Published: Thursday, 27 April 2017 12:41
Curtis D. Looney Jr, Fredericktown, arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on Lakeside Dr.
Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on S. Mulberry St.
Juvenile related complaint on Posey Dr.
On 4-26-17, The complainant called the KCSO and advised that Trista Marie Scheunerer was staying at The Laurels and that she had a nationwide warrant for her arrest. Deputies responded to the location and located Scheunerer. When deputies confirmed the warrant they arrested her and transported her to the Knox/Richland County line and released Scheunerer to the Richland County Sheriff's Office.
On 4-25-17, an officer responded to a South Division St. address in reference to a theft from a vehicle. A pair of black Oakley sunglasses was reported missing from the vehicle. The investigation continues.
On 4-26-17, an officer was dispatched to Memorial Park in reference to a vehicle that peeled out of the parking lot, throwing gravel onto a car, damaging it. A suspect was identified by a female who witnessed the incident.
On 4-15-17, Edward Rodehaver, 35, N. Sandusky St. was charged with telephone harassment.
On 4-25-217, Nona Mitchell, 42, Fredericktown, was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-25-17, Richard Nichols, 26, Centerburg, was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-26-17, Tia Moore, 28, Wooster Rd.was charged with possessing marijuana drug paraphernalia and cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 4-26-17, Jason Longstreth, 34, Croton, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 4-26-17, Jessica Hayes, 29, Smith St. was cited for reckless operation/off-street.
On 4-26-17, Sue Miller, 73, E. Sugar St. was cited for failure to control.
On 4-26-17, Rhonda Oliver, 46, Follin Ave. was cited for failure to control.
On 4-26-17, Rowan Marie Crowswell was traveling westbound on Yauger Rd. in the right turn lane and while attempting to change lanes she struck Dina L. Herald who was traveling westbound in the through lane.
On 4-26-17, Sue E. Miller was traveling eastbound on Howard St. and lost control of her vehicle while attempting to retrieve her cell phone. The car veered to the left and struck a utility pole on the north side of the roadway. Miller was cited for failure to control.
On 4-26-17, a vehicle owned by Michael L. Beckley was parked on the south side of E. Gambier St. facing east. Rhonda K. Oliver was traveling eastbound on E. Gambier when she struck the front of Beckley's vehicle when she tried to pull off of the roadway. Oliver was cited for failure to control/weaving.
Published: Monday, 24 April 2017 11:56
Written by Martha Trese
On 4-21-17, an officer responded to a Coshocton Ave. address on a reported burglary. The officer spoke to the complainant who told him someone took two backpack blowers, a set of gas cans and a set of jumper cables from an unlocked storage pod. A report was taken and witness statement completed. There are no suspects at this time.
On 4-21-17, an officer met with a representative of BHPO in reference to a threat made by one of her clients to Law Enforcement. A report was completed and an investigation of his whereabouts was begun. Christopher Trice was located and arrested on an outstanding warrant. Trice was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.
On 4-22-17, an officer was dispatched to the 1400-block of Coshocton Ave. on a report of shoplifting. When the officer arrived he met with the complainant who stated he had caught a female leaving the last point of sale without paying for her items. She said she forgot about the items. These included one black DVD, AA batteries, Skittles, Carmel Candy Apple and fruit snacks. The female was identified as Brittany N. Tomlin, who was arrested and charged with petty theft.
On 4-22-17, an officer was dispatched to the 700 block of Coshocton Ave. on a parking complaint. The officer started a four-hour wait and attempted to contact the owner of the offending vehicle. The vehicle was towed after the four-hour wait. The vehicle is currently stored at the Mount Vernon Impound Lot.
On 4-22-17, an officer responded to a Third Ave. address concerning a vandalism complaint. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the complainant who stated items were taken from his vehicle. The officer took photographs of the scene. The investigation has been closed and will be re-opened if any leads or suspects are developed.
On 4-23-17, an officer responded Philips Park in reference to a female who was having trouble standing. Upon arrival, the officer found the woman who was holding her chest and complaining her chest hurt. The officer requested a squad and then, based on past experience, asked if he could check the contents of her purse. She agreed to the request. While checking her property he found a small bag of marijuana. Mount Vernon medics arrived and transported the woman to Knox Community Hospital for treatment. The marijuana was secured into evidence to be destroyed.
On 4-23-17, two officers responded to a Plaza Dr. address in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, the officers spoke with a 15-year-old girl and her grandmother, Both stated that the 15-year-old and her mother were in a verbal argument and the mother left the scene after consuming several alcoholic drinks. The girl also told the officers she does not receive all of her medication from her mother and believes her mother may consume or sell the medication. The girl also stated she has observed her mother give the medication to others in the residence. The girl was sent with her father, who was made aware of the situation. This report will be forwarded to Behavioral Health Partners and Children Services. The investigation continues.
On 4-23-17, an officer was approached by an individual who stated he had spoken to other police personnel about some property found at the VFW property. The individual said they never contacted him. The individual gave the officer a syringe he had found on VFW property several weeks ago. It was placed in the sharps container of car 6.
On 4-23-17, an officer responded to a N. Park St. address in reference to a theft. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the complainant who stated that sometime between 5:00 p.m. on 4-22-17 and approximately 7:00 p.m. 4-23-17, unknown person(s) entered the backyard of her residence and stole her son's bicycle. The bicycle was described as a 20" silver Huffy with green stickers and was worth about $50. There are no suspects at this time and nothing further to report.
On 4-21-17, Courtney Burwell, 20, Vincent Rd. was charged with theft.
On 4-16-17, Tara Tomlin, 27,E. Ohio Ave. was arrested on two warrants for probation violation.
On 4-20-17, Trina Meto, 39, Public Square, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 4-21-17, Michelle Bales, 39, S. Monroe St., was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-21-17, Christopher Trice, 28, whereabouts unknown, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 4-22-17, Alec Camboni, 26, Gambier, was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-22-17, Jeremy Dexter, 41, N. Mulberry St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension and for an exhaust system violation.
On 4-22-17, Wesly Addy, 31, Wooster Rd. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-22-17, Donald Armstrong, 48, W. Vine St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 4-22-17, William Waits,22, Martinsburg Rd. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-22-17, Britanny Tomlin, 27, Shalimar Dr. was charged with petty theft.
On 4-22-17, Raymond Facemyer, 71, Delano St. was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 4-23,17, Jody Sapolski, 26, N. Gay St. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 4-23-17, Tabitha Moore, 20, Norwalk, was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 4-23-17, Paul Neeley, 53, Granville, was cited for driving the wrong way down a one-way street.
On 4-23-217, Harvey Swartzentruber, Gilchrist Rd. was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 4-23-17, the Kenyon College Campus Safety advised they were in control of drug paraphernalia needed a deputy to respond and confiscate it. The items were confiscated and destroyed. A report was written.
On 4p-22-17, a deputy spoke to the complainant about an incidence of vandalism that had taken place in his vacation cabin on Gilmore Rd. in Fredericktown. The complainant stated he wanted the incident documented.
On 4-22-17, a deputy spoke to an individual on the phone about a fraud that had taken place. The complainant stated she had work done on her computer and someone was able to access her personal and financial information. The complainant advised she had been contacted by an individual from the Microsoft Service Center and was advised of a deal where they would pay for the work she had done on her computer The complainant later found out this person did not exist and that she had been scammed. The complainant later found out she had $577 charged to her credit from Western Union and needed a police report to recoup the fraudulent charges.
On 4-21-17, Courtney Burwell was arrested on an outstanding warrant from the Mount Vernon Municipal Court. She was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.