- Published: Thursday, 06 July 2017 13:24
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On 6-30-17, units investigated a suspicious vehicle on N. Sandusky. Officers seized marijuana at the scene and an individual was cited for possession of marijuana.
On 6-30-17, an officer impounded a vehicle on N. Gay St. The vehicle was partially parked in the roadway and was obstructing traffic. At the time of the impoundment, the officer also issued two traffic tickets. The vehicle was then transported to the City Impound Lot and secured. No car keys were obtained at that time.
On 6-30-17, an act of vandalism was reported to the MVPD. The incident occurred at 900 Harcourt Rd.
On 6-30-17, an officer responded to a report of an inactive disturbance at a McGibney Rd. address. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the complainant. She stated she and her husband were driving down the road when her husband jumped out of the car in the vicinity of Hilltop Dr. and Coshocton Rd. A report was taken.
On 6-30-17, an officer was dispatched to Chester in reference to a found syringe. The officer made contact with the complainant who showed him the syringe near the alley behind the residence. The officer collected the syringe and p;aced it into thye sharps container in the trunk if car 4. There was nothing further to report.
On 6-30-17, an officer was dispatched to Goodwill on Coshocton Ave. in reference to a female who was trespassing in the dumpster behind the business. The vemale had left whenthe officer arrived. A statement was taken from an employee who saw the incident.
On 6-30-17, an officer was dispatched to Walmart on a report of shoplifting. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with Jeremy Sillman who admittede to thetheft. Charges were filed.
On 6-30-17, three officers responded to Knox Community Hospital emergency room on the report of a disturbance. There they made contact with an ER nurse. The nurse reported that he had been speaking in the hallway, to relatives of a patient when a second patient, a female, came out of her room holding a soiled feminine hygiene pad and demanded to be tested. The female patient was speaking loudly and then hit the nurse with the pad. The nurse pushed the patient against the wall and hospital security took the pad. The patient then attempted to exit the building but was told to go back to her room by a highway Patrol Officer who was present on a differeent matter. The patient rerturned to her room and placed several bandages and wraps into her bag but surrenderede them to security officers before she left.
On 7-1-17, an officer was dispatched to Cashmax on a report of a crash. During the investigation itr was discovered that the at-fault-driver did not have any insurance. His vehicle was impounded and secures at the City Impound lot. Towing and storage fees will apply.
On 7-2-17, an officer responded to the Goodwill store on Parrot St. on a drug complaint. Drugs were recovered at the scene and placed into an evidence locker at the MVPD to be destroyed later. The suspect is unknown at this time and the case has been closed.
On 7-3-17, an officer responded to an Ash St.address in reference to a fraud involving over $10,000. The investigation will continue.
On 7-3-17, an employee of Donley Ford reported a stolen vehicle. The stolen vehicle is reported to be a 2002 red Ford Thunderbird.
On 7-3-17 an officer responded to the police department in reference to a disturbance. The investigation continues.
On 7-3-17, an officer responded to a Chester St. address in reference to a found syringe. The investigation continues.
POn 7-4-17, officers were dispatched to a N. Sandusky St. address in reference to a possible domestic violence incident. The investigation continues.
On 7-4-17, John Lowe was found to be in possession of a stolen vehicle. He later admitted to have broken into a business on Coshocton Ave. and stole it. Lowe was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail. The vehicle was returned to the owner.
On 7-5-17, units responded to a Madison St. location in reference to a disturbance. During the investigation, a glass marijuana pipe was located in a bush. The item was collected and secured into evidence to be destroyed.
On 7-5-17, several items were turned in to the MVPD as found property at Ariel-Foundation Park during the fireworks display. The items include a silver iPod in a pink case with the words Giselle, Love Mommy engraved on the back. A pink iPod, a Toyota keyless entry device, sunglasses and a child's hat. There was no identifying information for any of the items. The items will be placed into the MVPD evidence locker for safekeeping. items will be released upon proof of ownership.
On 7-5-17, an officer was stationary at a location on Coshocton Ave. when a pedestrian advised that a green backpack was behind the building. The officer found the backpack on the ground on the north side of the building. Contents of the backpack include a pair of children's shorts,a baggie with plastic toy parts and a white extension cord. The backpack and its contents were placed into evidence as found property.
On 6-28-17, Brandy Butcher, 39, East St. was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.
On 6-28-17, Danielle Reynolds, 27, Grandview Dr. was arrested for criminal trespass.
On 7-5-17, Tony Shearer, II, 27, Wooster Rd. was arrested and cited for a one-way street violation
On 6-19-17, Brandy Orndorff, 34, Ash St. was charged with criminal trespass.
On 6-23-17, Andrew Shaw was charged with probation violation.
On 6-29-17, Zachery Miller, 26, Howard, was cited for expired or unlawful license plates.
On 6-30-17, Charles Butcher, 52, N. Sandusky St. was charged with drug abusae.
On 6-30-17, Yolanda Kash, 56, Westlake, was cited for changing lanes without safety.
On 6-30-17, Jessie Regan, 33, N. Sandusky Str. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 6-30-17, Kaitlytnn Beck, 27, Jeffersonville IN, was cited for driving under asn FRA suspension.
On 7-1-17, Adam Pitkiewicz, 25, W. Sugar St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 7-1-17, Austin Cundiff, 19, Coshocton Ave. was cited for failure to control.
On 7-1-17, Bryan Lake, 34, E. Ohio Ave. was charged with an outstanding warrant.
On 7-2-17, Sterling Farley, 28, Maplewood Ave. was arrested and cited with driving under suspension/revocation.
On 7-2-17, Rocky Parsons, 39, N. West St. was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.
On7-2-17, Michael Beish, 43, Buckeye Lake, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-3-17, Destiny Stone, 23, W. Sugar St. was cited for possession of drug abuse instruments.
On 7-4-17, James Hess, 41, W. Sugar St. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 7-4-17, Annamay Rivers, 40, W. High St. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-4-17, Rosilind Arck, 61, Wooster Rd. was cited for failure to yield the right of way when turning left.
On 6-30-17, Yolanda Kash and Heath Ressler were traveling southbound on S. Mulberry St. Kash attempted to make a left-hand turn from the right lane of the one way street causing a collision with Ressler. Kash was cited for changing lanes without safety.
On 6-30-17, A vehicle owned by Hannah R. McCoy was legally parked in the parking stall facing eastbound in the Kroger parking lot. McCoy's vehicle was struck by an unknown driver in the rear driver's side. It is unknown as of the time of this report, how McCoy's vehicle was struck.
On 7-1-17, Austin Lee Cundiff and Curtis E. Adelman were stopped northbound in the Colonial Estates entrance. Cundiff pulled forward and struck Adelman in the rear. Both vehicles pulled across the street to the Cashmax parking lot. Cundiff was cited for failure to control/weaving course.
On 7-1-17, Daniel Cheyney was attempting to back from his driveway on W. Pleasant St. and was struck by Debbie McCament who was traveling eastbound on W. Pleasant St. Both vehicles suffered minor damage.
On 7-4-17, Roslind Rachelle Arck was stopped southbound in the eastbound lane on S. Main St. at Gambier St. David C. Grubaugh was traveling northbound on S. Main St. Arck proceeded to turn eastbound, failing to see Grubaugh. Grubaugh stuck Arck while she proceeded to make her turn. Arck was cited for failure to give right of way when turning left.
Fireworks complaint on Salem Ave.
Found property (cell phone) on N. Main St.
Disturbance on Mohawk Dr.
Found property (syringe) on N. Main St.
Suspicious person on E. Sandusky St.
Found property (radio) on St. Rt. 13
Suspicious person on St. Rt. 95
Disturbance on High St.
Juvenile related complaint on E. 4th St.