August 27 — A Dayton woman was jailed early Friday — within hours of her release after nearly three weeks in jail — for allegedly intimidating a woman she’s accused of shooting.
Amber Dawn Snyder, 37, was due to appear in Dayton Municipal Court Friday, the same day a victim of harassment charges were brought against her.
Antonio Veldaze Edwards, 46, of Dayton, would also face the same charges Friday, data shows.
Snyder pleaded not guilty Tuesday during her arraignment in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on two counts of criminal assault. She was released from Montgomery County jail Thursday after a $25,000 bail was paid, court records show.
Snyder is accused of shooting a woman in the arm during an August 8 fight at 100 Perrine Street in the South Park neighborhood of Dayton.
“Mrs. Snyder shot at (the victim) just as (the victim) lowered her head. (The victim) was shot in the arm,” the affidavit said.
The gunshot victim told police on Thursday that Snyder and Edwards were threatening her. She said she has received calls from Snyder saying she would kill her, and that Edwards is following her and “also stated that he will kill (the victim) if she testifies against Ms. Snyder,” according to an affidavit issued Friday. submitted. .
The victim also said she was “jumped” into three vehicles by people as she left the house to go to a nearby store.
“She stated that she was pulled from her vehicle and the people who jumped her said to her, ‘If Amber doesn’t stay outside, she’ll finish the job’. (The victim) assumed this meant she would be killed.” the affidavit said.