2 Dayton men indicted in Boltin Street burglary that sent 3 DPD officers to hospital

Two men were indicted Friday on charges stemming from an August burglary on Boltin Street, which involved one of the suspects biting police.

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Aaron Paddock, 18, and William Taylor, 30, both of Dayton, were indicted on several charges including aggravated robbery, kidnapping, felonious assault, criminal damaging, and aggravated burglary.

Taylor also was indicted on three charges of assaulting a police officer, and each of his charges except for the assault charges carries a specification as a repeat violent offender, connected to a 2014 burglary.

These charges spring from an Aug. 21 incident where Dayton police responded to a report of a burglary at a home on Boltin Street where someone had kicked in a door.

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According to police, after arrival officers fought with two suspects, prompting a short-lived call for officer assistance, and police were bitten as they fought. Three officers suffered minor injuries and one suspect who allegedly sustained injuries in the break-in were transported to the hospital.

Paddock and Taylor are currently in custody in the Montgomery County Jail and are scheduled to be arraigned in the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Thursday.

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