Man shot by police during enforcement blitz indicted on weapons charge

A 20-year-old man shot by a Dayton police officer now faces charges for his role.

Re’al Streety, of Jefferson Twp., was indicted Friday for having weapons under disability for a prior drug conviction and obstructing official business, both felony charges, according to a Montgomery County grand jury report.

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Dayton police said Streety, then 19, was one of four men sought in a targeted neighborhood blitz on July 18 to reduce gun violence.

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Streety is accused of getting out of a car and running. Police chased him and three officers fired at least one shot each on Kosmo Drive when they said Streety ignored several commands to drop his weapon, Chief Richard Biehl said at a July press conference following the officer-involved shooting.

Streety suffered critical injuries and was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, where he has since been released.

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A county grand jury on Oct. 10 determined the officers acted lawfully in the shooting that injured Streety, and declined to indict them.

Streety is not in custody and is scheduled to be arraigned Dec. 5 in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court.

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