1 in custody after 911 callers report man with a gun in Kettering

One person was taken into custody Monday morning after an altercation prompted multiple 911 calls in Kettering.

Police received reports about a man with a gun involved in an argument with a woman in a vehicle on Far Hills Avenue, said Kettering Police Department Public Information Officer Tyler Johnson.

Officers arrived shortly after 8 a.m. in the parking lot for The Arbor shopping center near Far Hills Avenue and David Road and found a victim who came to the Walgreens to call 911, he said.

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“Right now, we do not believe any shots were fired,” Johnson said. “There was some damage done to the victim’s vehicle and she sustained some minor injuries as a result of that damage.”

The woman was not taken to a hospital and was released from the scene.

A bystander told the Dayton Daily News she saw Kettering police following a car and that officers drew their guns once the car the stopped.

A man exited the car through the sunroof and then a female passenger got out of the vehicle, the woman said.

Police arrested the man, who they believe damaged the victim’s vehicle, Johnson said. It’s not clear whether he had a gun.

The victim is reportedly the mother of the female passenger who had been in the vehicle.