Coroner investigators are responsible for obtaining information surrounding deaths reported to the Office of the Coroner. The Coroner's Office employs eight forensic medico-legal investigators who are specially trained in death investigation. The investigations section operates twenty-four hours per day and can be reached at 937-225-4156. Their duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Crime scene investigation
  • Medical record review
  • Subpoena of information
  • Courtroom testimony
  1. Glen McIntosh

    Chief Investigator

    Glen is a retired Major from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office with 28 years of service. Glen spent over 4 years as an Investigator in the Montgomery County Cold Case Task Force before becoming a Coroner’s Investigator. Glen is a graduate of the 230th session of the FBI National Academy.

  1. Matt Dulaney


    Matt is a retired Lieutenant from the Huber Heights Police Division with 30 years of service. He was an Evidence Technician and Crash Reconstructionist for much of his career with the Huber Heights Police Division and the Trotwood Police Department. Matt is a graduate of the 5th session of the National Forensics Academy.

  1. Bob Gibbs


    Bob came to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office with 29 years in law enforcement.  He retired from the Huber Heights Police Department in 2014. He also served as a volunteer Firefighter and EMT for 19 years. 

  1. Rob Hartman


    Rob had a 26-year career in law enforcement. He retired from the Huber Heights Police Department after working with the department for 13 years. He was an evidence technician for a large part of his career while working for both Huber Heights and Troy Police Departments.

  1. Bevin Kenney


    Bevin came to Montgomery County after 3 years as a Forensic Autopsy Technician at the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office. She has a B.S. in Anthropology and attended grad school at the University of Cincinnati. She has a background in medical research and years of fieldwork identifying and locating human remains.

  1. Jonathan Seiter


    Jonathan retired as a Sergeant from the Dayton Police Department with 30 years of service. He worked as a traffic crash reconstructionist assigned to the Crash Reconstruction Unit for 20 years.

  1. Craig Stiver


    Craig is a retired police officer from the City of Dayton with 23 years of service. He spent 17 years as an evidence technician and was a member of the bomb squad.

  1. Jeff Trego


    Jeff retired as a Detective Sergeant with the City of Riverside Police Department after 34 years of service. He was assigned to Investigative Services for 25 years as a Detective and a Supervisor.

  1. Cindy McGillivary


    Cindy has been with the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office for over 10 years. Prior to joining the Investigations team, Cindy worked as a Forensic Photographer in autopsy. Cindy received her Master of Science degree from George Washington University where she focused on forensic science and physical anthropology. Cindy was awarded the 2012 George H. Robinson Memorial Scholarship from the Chesapeake Bay Division of the International Association for Identification and the 2013 Lindsey Marie Ferris Crime Scene Investigation award for her work in forensic photography.

  1. David Statzer