3 indicted for Butler Twp. Walmart parking lot robbery

UPDATE @ 3:48 p.m. (Feb. 9):A grand jury indicted three men for their alleged role in a robbery of a woman in the parking lot of the Butler Twp. Walmart.

Ronald Anthony Stone Jr., 18, Tyvon Allen Mansell, 20; and Jamal Maleek Gay, 21, all of Dayton, were indicted on aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

Stone and Mansell both remain in the Montgomery County Jail and Gay is out of jail on bond.

UPDATE @ 11:52 a.m. (Feb. 2)

Butler Twp. police have filed charges against three men in a Jan. 30 robbery in the Walmart parking lot on York Commons Boulevard, police Chief John Porter said in a release.

Each man faces one count of aggravated robbery with deadly weapon. Those men are Ronald Anthony Stone Jr., 18; Tyvon Allen Mansell, 20; and Jamal Maleek Gay, 21, all of Dayton, police said.

They are expected to be in court Monday in Vandalia and remain in Montgomery County Jail.


Two women were victims of an armed robbery in a Walmart parking lot in Butler Twp. early Tuesday morning.

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The incident occurred just before 1 a.m. at the business located at 3465 York Commons Blvd., per initial reports.

A woman, described in her 40s, was leaving from shopping at the 24-hour store and once at her vehicle, where another female passenger in her 20s was inside, was approached by a man displaying a gun.

According to Butler Twp. police sergeant Mark Morgan, the suspect, who also had another man with him, was able to get away with $150. The other man did not approach the women at the vehicle, but rather stood nearby.

The men were last seen traveling south through the Walmart parking lot in a vehicle similar to a black Jeep.

The suspects were described as males and one is believed to be 20-years-old, 5-foot 6, medium build with a short afro style haircut, wearing a grey hodded sweatshirt and pants and red shoes, police said. The second was said to be in his late teens or early 20s, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and black tennis shoes or boots.

The women were not harmed during the robbery, but are still “pretty shaken up,” according to officials.

The incident remains under investigation and anyone with information are urged to contact police.

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