MOUNT VERNON POLICE
Carrie Cree, 36, of Mount Vernon was picked up on a warrant Tuesday afternoon.
Ryan Harman, 20, of Mount Vernon was picked up for driving on a license that had been suspended due to financial responsibility.
Texetrius A. Caldwell, 26, of Mount Vernon was charged for operating a vehicle without a license.
Martin C. Rogers, 47, of Mount Vernon was charged with criminal mischief on Wednesday afternoon at the Verizon store on Coshocton Avenue.
James W. Earnest of Mount Vernon reported that sometime during the early morning hours of Wednesday, an unknown vehicle struck the left rear corner of his 1998 Toyota Avalon while it was parked in the Jeld-Wen parking lot. No witnesses or video surveillance of the incident were available at the time of the report.
On Wednesday morning, Steven L. Stover’s 2004 Nissan Sentra was parked on Pleasant Street near Catherine Street facing eastbound off the roadway. An unknown vehicle was traveling eastbound on E. Pleasant Street when it drove off the south side of the roadway and struck the rear of Stover’s car. Officers noted a transfer of paint.
While on patrol early Wednesday, an officer noted an unsecured doo in the Blue Ash Plaza (Home Healthcare Center). Officers entered the building, found everything to be normal, and were able to secure the door. Dispatch attempted to contact a keyholder without success.
While on patrol early Wednesday, an officer located an unsecured door at 51 Public Square (a vacant office). Officers entered the building and found that everything appeared normal. Dispatch contacted a keyholder to resecure the door as officers were not able to do so. The keyholder declined, saying that there was nothing inside and that he would take care of it in the morning.
On Wednesday evening, a vehicle driven by Ryan Harman was stopped due to the driver being under a suspension. Harman had two prior DUSs and another ticket was found during the inventory of the vehicle indicating that he had been cited by the Ohio State Patrol on Monday for speeding and for driving under a suspended license. Harman’s vehicle was towed by Denny’s Auto Center to the Mount Vernon impound lot. Fees are $90 for the tow and $12 per day for storage.
On Wednesday evening, a KFC employee reported that a brown purse had been left on one of the tables. The owner of the purse was identified but officers were unable to locate her telephone number. The purse and its contents were placed into found property at the MVPD.