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Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio

Law Enforcement

Knox Co. law reports April 19, 2017

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On 4-18-17, at approximately 3:00 a.m. an officer on patrol saw two individuals in the area of Beech St. and Hiawatha Village. One was in the car and one outside the car and they appeared to be speaking to each other. The individual outside the car fell to the ground and the car began to drive off, leaving the other individual lying in the roadway, The officer initiated a traffic stop and the driver, identified as Joshua James, appeared to the officer to be intoxicated. James refused to conduct the standardized field sobriety test and was arrested for OVI. He was arrested and taken to the Knox County Jail. There is nothing further to report.

On 4-18-17, an officer responded to a N. Mulberry St. address on a report of a disturbance. Savanna McDonald was arrested on a domestric violence charge. No other information has been submitted at this time.

On 4-18-17, an officer followed up on a complaint forwarded from the Office of the Safety Service Director, Code Enforcement. Upon arrival, the officer observed a red Dodge truck parked illegally on the side of W. Curtis St. The truck displayed a license plate that expired in 2016. The officer also observed that the front axle was broken and the rear brake lines had been cut. An attempt was made by the officer to contact the owner of the truck with no success. On The Spot Towing responded to the scene and transported the vehicle to the Mount Vernon City Impound Lot. Towing and storage fees will be the responsibility of the owner. There is nothing further to report.

Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 4-18-17, Ashley Weatherbee, 24, Elm St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.

On 4-18-17, Joshua James, 30, Mesa, AZ, was cited for driving or having physical control under the influence of alcohol.

On 4-18-17, Savanna McDonald, 22, N. Mulberry St. was arrested and charged with domestic violence.

On 4-18-17, Kyla Rutan, 17, Mink St. was cited for running a stop sign.



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On 4-18-17, an individual reported that while he was fishing at the Kokosing Campground. person(s) unknown removed his wallet from his vehicle. Nothing further to report.

On 4-19-17, a complainant/victim reported to the KSCO there had been a domestic violence incident. Upon arrival, the officer determined the offender was Shawn Davis. Davis was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail. The victim suffered apparently minor injuries to the mouth and left cheek. No other information has been submitted.

On 4-18-17, TheKenyon Campus Safety Office advised the KCSO they had found drug paraphernalia on the college campus. An officer arrived, confiscated the item and entered it into evidence for destruction.

On 4-18-17, an officer arrived at an E. Main St. address in Centerburg and arrested Mark A. Parker. Parker had an outstanding warrant out of the Delaware County Municipal Court.

On 4-18-17, an officer was dispatched to the parking lot of the Millwood Landing canoe launch. While there the officer made contact with the complainant/victim who reported his vehicle had been stolen from the parking lot while he was out kayaking. There are no suspect(s) at this time.


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4-18

Assisted EMS personnel on W. 1st St.

Traffic complaint on Salem Ave.

Vehicle unlock on Phoenix Pl.

911 hang up call on Ebersole Ave.

 

Knox Co. law reports April 18, 2017

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On 4-17-17, units were dispatched to the area of Life Point Church and E. Vine St. in reference to a fight. One individual, Rachel Hays, was arrested for possession of drug base instruments; a hypodermic syringe with some blood. The investigation continues.

On 4-17-17, an officer was dispatched to a Marion St. address on a report of criminal trespass. The complainant told the officer her daughter was at complainant's home and would not leave. She had been asked three times to leave and she wouldn't. The officer identified the daughter as Holly Daniels. Daniels was arrested for criminal trespass and transported to the Knox County Jail where she was incarcerated. Charges were filed.

Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 2-14-17, Andrew Newcomb, 32, W. Sugar St. was arrested for theft.

On 4-16-17, Kent Kegley, 38, Prospect St., was cited for no exhaust system.

On 4-17-17, Chad Ousley, 40, Lansing MI. was arrested for driving under the influence and a headlight violation.

On 4-17-17, Paul Horn, 35, Sharp Rd. was cited for running a stop sign.

On 4-17-17, Stephen Deshong, 30, S.McKenzie St. was arrested and cited for driving under an FRA suspension and having fictitious license plates. He was also charged with 1 count of marijuana possession and possession of drug abuse instruments.

On 4-17-17, Todd Latham, 45, Scott Rd. was cited for no operator's license.

On 4-17-17, Rachel Hays, 34, E. Burgess St. was arrested for possessing drug abuse instruments.

On 4-17-17, Holly Daniels, 25, Follin Ave. was arrested and charged with possession of drug abuse instruments and criminal trespass.


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4-15

Two parking complaints on N. Main St.

Suspicious vehicle on High St.

911 hang up call on S. Main St.

Traffic complaint on S. Edgehill Dr.

Animal related incident on Miami Ave.


4-16

Mental health related incident on Kokosing St.

Disturbance on W. Sandusky St.

4-17

911 hang up call on Delaware Dr.

Theft of fuel on W. Sandusky St.

Assisted with a civil matter on Taylor St.

Traffic complaint on Upper Fredericktown Rd.

Juvenile related complaint on S. Main St.

Knox County law reports April 13, 2017

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On 4-9-17, The complainant advised that, overnight, on Kokosing Dr., an unknown person

used an unknown object to scratch an obscene picture onto the hood of the complainant's

vehicle. A report was requested for insurance purposes and documentation.

'On 4-9-17, the complainant advised that while parked at the Delt Lodge on Kokosing Dr., overnight, an unknown

person used an unknown object to scratch an obscene picture on the hood of his vehicle. A report was requested

for insurance purposes and documentation.

On 4-8-17, the victim reported multiple things were taken from her unlocked vehicle while parked

on Tucker Rd.

On 4-8-17, Terry L. Feldhake, Mansfield, was arrested on outstanding warrants out of Knox and

Richland counties Feldhake was transported to the Knox County Jail and released into the jail

staff's custody without incident.

 

 

Knox Co. law reports April 14, 2017

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Two cement light poles were vandalized at Ariel Foundation Park. The vandalism was reported April 12. 

Taco Bell on Coshocton Avenue requested a vehicle left in their parking lot be removed. A 4-hour wait was started at 7:45 a.m. on Wednesday. At 12:45 Taco Bell called back and the vehicle had not been moved. The vehicle was towed to the impound lot. MVPD was unable to located the registered owner Rachel Mumaw

Officer was dispatched to a Sugar Street address on the report of a hypodermic needle in the bushes. The needle was disposed of in a sharps container.


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Found property (drug paraphernalia) on N. Main St.

Traffic complaint on Columbus Rd.

Terry G. Ruehrmund, Marengo, citation for speed.

4-12

Disturbance on Kokosing St.

Suspicious vehicle on E. Sandusky St.

Mental health related incident on Kokosing St.


 Danville PD

4/8/2017

Disturbance

DPD responded to an argument between two adults in the area of South Market Street.

4/9/2017

Juvenile Related

DPD responded to a dispute between several juveniles in the area of South Market street.

4/10/2017

Disturbance

DPD responded to a dispute between family members in the area of South Cedar street.

DPD responded to a dispute between an adult male and an adult female in the area of East Main street.


Phone Harassment

DPD responded to a complaint of phone harassment in the area of East Walnut street.

Gas Drive off

DPD responded to a complaint of a gas drive off in the area of South Market street.


Traffic Complaint

DPD responded to a complaint of reckless operation of a motor vehicle in the area of Plum street.

Trespassing

DPD responded to a report of several individuals trespassing in an unoccupied building in the area of South Market Street.

4/13/2017

Juvenile related

DPD responded to a complaint of an unruly Juvenile in the area of West Washington street.

Suspicious person

DPD responded to a complaint of a suspicious person in the area of South Market street.

Theft

DPD responded to a complaint of several items stolen from a residence in the area of East Washington street.

Traffic Citations

4/10/2017 Landon Troyer 20 Millersburg Driving under suspension.

4/12/2017 Emma Brewer 26 Knoxville Tennessee Expired tags.

4/12/2017 Crystal Stacy 37 Fredericktown speed.

Knox Co. law reports April 10, 2017

Fredericktown PD

4-9

Suspicious vehicles on Stadium Drive

Two parking complaints on N. Main St.

Assisted the State Highway Patrol on St. Rt. 13

Juvenile related complaint on Columbus Rd.

Vehicle unlock on Zent Avenue

Domestic violence on S. Pleasant St.

Justin Newland, Fredericktown, arrested for domestic violence

 

4-8

Commercial alarm on N. Main St.

Suspicious person on N. Main St.

Found property (Found ID) on S. Main St.

 

 

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