On 5-18-17, units were dispatched to the intersection of Cottage and Curtis streets concerning two males breaking into cars. Items taken and recovered from complainant's vehicle included a Damsel I Distress flashlight, a car phone charger, an Aux Card and a black poker chip.
On 5-18-17, an officer was dispatched to South Norton St. on a report of a found syringe, The syringe was located near the Johnny Appleseed sign near Phillips Dr. It was placed in the sharps container in the back of car 4 to be destroyed at a later date.
On 5-13-17, Damien Miracle, 36, W. Vine St. was arrested for one count of felonious assault.
On 5-17-17, Tia Picklesimer, 24, Newark, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 5-17-17, Nicholas Bowe, 33, Canton, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 5-18-17. Anastacia Hamilton-Wagoner, 27, Kirk St. was arrested and cited for driving or physical control while under the influence and for license plate light required.
On 5-18-17, Jaime Allen, 34, Fredericktown, was arrested and charged for drug paraphernalia offenses.
On 5-18-17, Brandon Butler, 20, Greenwood Ave. was arrested for receiving stolen property including a flashlight, car phone charger, AUX Card and a poker chip.
On 5-18-17, Anesha Tharp, 21, Danville, was cited gor driving under suspension and failure to yield while turning at an intersection.
On 5-18-17, Anesha Tharp was northbound on S. Sandusky St. turning left onto W. Gambier St. Stephenie Eckelberry was southbound on S. Sandusky St.. Tharp failed to yield while turning and was struck by Eckelberry. Tharp was cited for failure to yield while turning at an intersection.
On 5-18-17, a complainant contacted the Knox County Sheriff's Office to report that over the last 5 years persons unknown have dumped old tires on his property located n Ward Rd. in Mount Vernon.
On 5-17-17, the KCSO identified Eric J. Colvin as having an outstanding warrant for his arrest, having been indicted for aggravated possession of drugs. The warrant was out of the Mount Vernon Municipal Court. Colvin was arrested sand transported to the Knox County Jail.
On 5-17-17, the KCSO received a call from a complainant who told them she had located her daughter's stolen bicycle at the Dollar General Store n N. Sandusky. Complainant also advised a male was seen with the bicycle and that he was fighting with her husband, Officers arrived and arrested the suspect, Nicholas A. Pigg. He was transported to the Knox County Jail. Pigg was charged with theft and for possession of a hypodermic needle.