On 7-14-17, an officer responded to Foster's Eastside Pharmacy on a report of a shoplifting incident. When the officer arrived the suspect was located and was determined to have a mental illness. The suspect paid for the stolen item and Foster's declined to press charges. The investigation is now closed and no charges were filed.
On 7-14-17, an officer met with employees of Y-Not Cycling on S. Main Street in reference to the theft of a BMX style bicycle from the store. Just before 4:00 pm a male entered the store and took a bicycle for a test ride. The male returned with the bike and asked to take a second bicycle for a test run. The clerk was alerted to the theft of the second bike when he observed the male ride past the turn for the designated test-ride route. The suspect left the area, possibly heading southbound. Another store associate may have spotted the suspect at about 4:25 on Newark Rd. at Pine St. The suspect is described as a white male in his late teens or early twenties. He is about 5' 10" or slightly taller, thin build and a thin face with blonde hair and multiple tattoos on his arms. The suspect was wearing a short-sleeved, blue, "Air Jordan" T-shirt, light colored baggy jeans and white tennis shoes with blue laces. The bicycle is described as a blue We The People Nova BMX style bicycle with white tires. The serial number is HBQAK78012 and it retails for $359.99. The case remains under investigation.
On 7-14-17, an officer was dispatched to a Hickory St. residence in reference to an unresponsive male. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with medics on the scene who were administering NARCAN to the male. The individual regained conciseness and was transported to Knox Community Hospital for treatment. no charges were filed.
On 7-14-17, an officer was dispatched to a Shirley Ave. address on a report of a theft. Upon arrival, the complainant stated someone stole some of her property from her vehicle while she was in jail. Stolen items included baby formula, baby clothes, Pampers diapers, an LG Bluetooth headset, phone chargers, blankets, pillows, her boyfriend's wallet, and bank cards. An investigation is pending.
On 7-14-17, an officer was dispatched to a Shirley Ave. address on a report of a found syringe. When the officer arrived at the scene, the complainant told him the syringe was in the woods. The officer located the syringe and placed it into a sharps container. The officer reported he was wearing body camera 6 during the call.
On 7-14-17, two patrolmen responded to a McGibney Rd., address in reference to a disturbance. The complainant stated her 13-year-old daughter refused to shut the front door so the mother grabbed her daughter by the arm. The daughter got within inches of her mother's face and yelled at her. Another individual, her aunt, asked the daughter to go to her room. But the daughter refused and yelled at her also. While on the scene one of the patrolmen spoke with the daughter, who was calm, by that time. She admitted yelling at her mother and aunt and admitted she had refused to listen to her mother. The daughter was warned about her behavior and told if the police had to return she might be taken to a detention facility. The mother advised the officers that the daughter was under house arrest and on juvenile probation. The mother requested the officers contact Probation. The mother was informed by the officers that since the daughter was calm and cooperative and did not cause anybody any harm, they would forward a report to Juvenile Court and Juvenile Probation.
On 7-15-17, an officer stopped a vehicle. The driver was cited for driving a vehicle at night without headlights and a defective exhaust. A passenger was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia.
On 7-16-17, at approximately 4:59 a.m. an officer was dispatched to a Sycamore St. address on a burglary complaint. The complainant stated she came home from work and found her back door open with the glass broken out of it. In addition to that, she said it appeared as if someone had gone through her bedroom. The only thing that appeared to be missing was a 9mm pistol The pistol was entered into LEADS as stolen. There are no suspects at this time.
On 7-16-17, officers responded to a Cottage Street address on an alleged overdose. Officers entered the residence but failed to locate anyone. Information was obtained in reference to the possible overdose subject and a BOLO was issued.
On 7-10-17, Joshua Parker, 23, E. Chestnut St. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-13-17, Keith Martin, 54, Shirley Ave. was arrested on a probation violation warrant.
On 7-13-17, Jessica Ferenbaugh, 321, N. Norton St. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-13-17, Charles Rush,34, Harcourt Rd. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-14-17, Jaymie Mitchell, 39, Newark was cited for running a red light.
On 7-14-17, Donald Johnson, 49, Coshocton Ave. was arrested for probation violation.
On 7-14-17, Diana Oswalt, 65, Newark Rd. was cited for expired or unlawful plates.
On 7-14-17, William Dilger, 33, Cottage St. was arrested on a warrant.
On 7-14-17, Mykel Crim, 30, E. Chestnut St. was arrested on a warrant.
On 7-14-17, Curtis Kidd, 37, Utica, was arrested and charged with driving under suspension/revocation.
On 7-15-17, Kyle Brown, Upper Gilchrist Rd. was charged with drug paraphernalia offenses and marijuana drug paraphernalia.
On 7-15-17, Logan Kimbrell, 22, Fairmont Ave. was cited for driving at night without headlights and a defective exhaust.
On 7-15-17, Nancy Arquilla, 70, Belmont Ave, was cited for ACDA.
On 7-15-17, Connie Dininger, 41, Stump St. was arrested on a warrant.
On 7-15-17, Gail Cline, 53, E. Hamtramck St. was cited for expired or unlawful license plates.
On 7-15-17, Eugene Beckholt, 93, Hilltop Dr. was cited for failure to control.
On 7-15-17, Jadelyn Burwell, 22,l Fredericktown, was cited for reckless operation on a public street.
On 7-15-17, Logan Fisher, 19, Rose Ave.was cited for reckless operation on a public street.
On 7-15-17, Chealsie Harris, 25, Lonzo Ln. was cited for driving an unsafe vehicle.
On 7-16-17, Lindsay Day, 29, E. Burgess St. was cited for no operator's license and illegal turning at an intersection.
On 7-16-17, Kenneth Allen, 54, Rocky River, OH, was cited for failure to yield when driving onto a roadway.
On 7-16-17, Robert Wirick, 27, Crystal Ave. was arrested on a warrant.
On 7-16-17, Brooke Hinkle, 20, Mitchell Ave. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 7-16-17, Ryan Dewyze, 33, E. Ohio Ave. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 7-14-17, Jaymie M. Mitchell was traveling westbound on W. Sugar St. and Linda Harris was traveling southbound on N. Mulberry St. when Mitchell ran the red light at the intersection and was struck by Harris. Mitchell was cited for failure to stop at a red light.
On 7-14-17, Terry Adams was stopped at the red light facing northbound in the left turn lane on Upper Gilchrist Rd. just south of Coshocton Ave. Preston D. Ransom was behind Adams and failed to stop, striking Adams in the rear.
On 7-15-17 Audie S. Matthews was traveling northbound in the Walmart parking lot when he lost control attempting to make a right-hand turn. Matthews jumped the curb and came to a stop after leaving the parking lot.
On 7-15-17, Rocco Charles Wasiewicz was traveling northbound on Newark Rd. when a deer entered the roadway, colliding with the vehicle.
On 7-15-17, Nancy J. Arquilla was traveling eastbound on Coshocton Ave. and Benjamin I. Gerich was stopped for stalled traffic. facing eastbound on Coshocton Ave. Arquilla failed to stop and struck Gerich in the rear end. Arquilla was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-15-17, Eugene Beckholt was backing out of 3 Hilltop Dr. and backed across the street into a tree in the yard of 2 Hilltop Dr. Beckholt then pulled out northbound, lost control of the vehicle and entered the yard of 9 Hilltop Dr, striking the southeast corner of the residence. Beckholt continued forward and struck the north side of 7 Hilltop Dr. coming to a final rest. Beckholt was cited with failure to control.
On 7-16-17, Kenneth N. Allen was stopped facing northbound in the exit of the O'Reilly Auto Parts parking lot. Gerald Carr Grooms was traveling eastbound in the turn lane on Coshocton Ave. just west of the business. Allen began to travel northbound across the eastbound lane in an attempt to enter the westbound lane of Coshocton Ave. Allen failed to see Grooms traveling eastbound and struck him. Allen was cited for failure to yield when entering a roadway.
Domestic Violence East Washington street.
Dog complaint West Rambo Street.
Trespassing complaint West Rambo Street.
Civil issue Plum Street.
Disturbance East Washington street.
Domestic Violence arrest East Washington street.
Suspicious person complaint South Market street
Drug use complaint in the area of South Market street.
Shoplifting complaint South Market street.
Theft from a vehicle in the area of West South street.
Suspicious vehicle in the area of South Richard street.
Suspicious person in the area of East Walnut street.
Trespassing complaint in the area of High street.
Gas drive off from a South Market Business.
Suspicious person in the area of South Market street.
Found Drug paraphernalia in the area of Plum street.
K-9 assist MVPD.
Suspicious person in the area of South Cedar street.
Attempted fraud complaint in the area of West Main street.
Disturbance between an adult male an adult female in the area of Plum Street.
Complaint of drug related activity in the area of South Market street.
Fraud complaint in the area of South Market street.
K-9 assist MVPD.
Trespassing in the area of East Main street.
Civil dispute East Washington street.
Juvenile complaint West Washington street.
Vandalism complain in the area of Hillcrest drive.
Suspicions vehicle in the area Ross street.
Civil issue in the area of North street