Camden PD reports on recent arrests


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CAMDEN — Camden Police Chief Matt Spurlock reported the following arrests made by the Camden PD during the month of December:

Dec. 8

Robert J. Maiden, 33, of Camden was arrested Saturday, Dec. 8, after police responded to Maiden’s address because he was “being aggressive towards family.” It was reported Maiden was highly intoxicated and causing issues in his home. Upon officers arrival witnesses stated Maiden had been cursing and yelling at family members and he had also damaged property of another. Maiden was arrested and booked on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal damaging.

Dec. 10

Charles C. Burton, 28, of Somerville was arrested Monday, Dec. 10, after officers encountered him on a traffic stop after he committed a driving infraction. After investigating while on scene, officers discovered Burton had an active warrant for his arrest from the state of Kentucky. Burton was taken into custody for that warrant and transported to the jail without incident, according to Spurlock.

Lucas L. Davis, 35, of Camden, was also arested Monday, Dec. 10. Officers had prior knowledge of Davis’ active felony arrest warrant and were able to make contact with him and execute the arrest without incident. Davis was transported to the county jail.

Dec. 15

Angela Thomas, 37, and Crystal Johnson, 36, both at large, were arrested Saturday, Dec. 15. Officers made contact with Thomas and Johnson after a report of the women trespassing in the 600 block of McGuire Drive in the village. Once taken into custody, Johnson was found in possession of drug abuse instruments and Thomas was in possession of drug paraphernalia. Thomas also had an active warrant for trespassing, according to Spurlock.

Dec. 17

Lucas L. Davis, 35, of Camden and Crystal Johnson, 36, at large, were arrested on Monday, Dec. 17. Officers made contact with Davis in the 100 block of S. Main St. to serve an active warrant for his arrest. After officers took Davis into custody and began to leave the scene, they observed Johnson in the back seat of a vehicle in front of the residence, according to Spurlock. Officers had prior knowledge of her warrant and she was also taken into custody. Davis and Johnson were transported to jail without incident.

Dec. 19

Willie AR Harris III, 26, of Camden was arrested on Wednesday, Dec. 19. According to Spurlock, officers responded to an abandoned 9-1-1 call in the 600 block of Rose Blvd. After making contact with persons involved, Harris was taken into custody for assault. Harris was housed at the Preble County Jail at press time.

Joshua D. Taylor, 21, of Camden, was also arrested on Wednesday, Dec. 19. Officers made contact with Taylor in the 700 block of Rose Blvd., in an attempt to discuss with him the previous case concerning Harris III. According to Spurlock, Taylor was inside the residence at the time of the assault and was also the subject of an additional call received regarding Taylor trespassing in an abandoned trailer on Rose Blvd. After investigation Taylor was taken into custody and on his person officers located stolen property. Taylor is currently being housed at the Preble County Jail on charges of criminal trespassing, obstructing official business and receiving stolen property.

Keith M. Taylor, 27, of Camden, was also arrested Dec. 19, and faces charges including fifth-degree felony receiving stolen property and forgery, fifth degree felony aggravated possession of drugs, unauthorized use of a vehicle (a first-degree misdemeanor) and petty theft ( first-degree misdemeanor.)

Joshua Taylor
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Johnson
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Harris
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K. Taylor
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Davis
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