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Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio

Law Enforcement

Knox Co. law reports May 8, 2017

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Incidents

On 5-4-17, an officer made a check on a vehicle parked on Harcourt Road that had a 4-hour-wait put on it on an earlier shift. The vehicle was still there and was towed to the Mount Vernon impound lot.

On 5-4-17, a male came to the MVPD to report the theft of his Social Security check. He reported it had been stolen from his mailbox. An investigation is pending and will be supplemented when new information is available.

On 5-4-17, units were dispatched to a N. Mulberry St. address on a disturbance. Contact was made with three individuals including Connell Frazee who was intoxicated, yelling, hitting the walls and throwing items in the apartment. He was warned about his conduct and advised if he caused a disturbance again he was going to be charged with disorderly conduct. A short time later units were dispatched to the residence again with Frazee causing a disturbance. He was arrested and - while being placed in the car - became combative and resisted.He was transported to the Knox County Jail and released to the jail staff. Frazee was charged with disorderly conduct/persisting while intoxicated and resisting arrest.

On 5-5-17, three officers responded to an E. Chestnut St. address in reference to an unsecured door. Upon arrival, the reporting individual stated he was driving past the residence and saw the door was open. The officers checked the residence and located all the doors unlocked. They also checked the interior of the residence and it was vacant and appeared to be in order. The officers secured the door and dispatch tried to contact a key holder but was unsuccessful.

On 5-5-17, three officers responded to a Sychar Rd. residence in reference to an intoxicated male trying to break into the rear door of the residence. One of the officers made contact with the male in the rear of the residence who yelled curse words at her and "flipped her off." The male was identified as Zachery Welker and was placed under arrest. Welker had the strong odor of alcohol on his breath and was wearing underwear and a shirt.

On 5-6-17, two officers responded to a suspicious vehicle parked on Gambier Rd. a male was arrested with a court date set for 5-9-17.

On 5-6-17, units were dispatched to an East Hamtramck St. address on a report of a female yelling for help. The parties involved were contacted and a report taken.

On 5-6-17, an officer was dispatched to Walmart on a report of a shoplifting. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the involved parties and determined a shoplifting incident had occurred. $25 in cash and two DVD's were taken. Charges were filed.

On 5-6-17, four officers responded to a North West St. address in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival an officer noticed drug paraphernalia on the coffee table. Ultimately one male involved in the disturbance left on foot after being advised he would be sent to jail if he became involved with the other one again.

On 5-7-17, an officer was dispatched to the 300 block of East Ohio Ave on a report of a female screaming and yelling at the neighbors. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the complainants and they advised that Lacie Peters was yelling at them. The officer made contact with Peters who was still clearly agitated. She was advised multiple times about her conduct. She was later arrested for disorderly conduct/intox/persisting She was then transported to the Knox County Jail.

Arrests/Charges/Citations

On 5-4-17, James McCoy, 42, Columbus Rd. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.

On 5-4-17, Dakota Stafford, 19, Dresden, was cited for assured clear distance ahead.

On 5-4-17, Robert Clark, 35, W. High St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.

On 5-4-17, Frank Stoutenburgh, 37, Lower Gambier Rd. 2was arrested on one count of an open container and cited for driving under an FRA suspension and expired or unlawful license plates.

On 5-4-17, Connell Frazee, 31, N. Mulberry St. was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct with persisting and for resisting arrest.

On 5-5-17, Brian Hunter, 50, E. Ohio Ave., was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 5-5-17, Amanda Poorman, 44, Coshocton, was cited for changing lanes without safety.

On 5-5-17, Erica Davis, 26, Shalimar Dr. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 5-5-17, Carli Brown, 25, Columbus Rd. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.

On 5-5-17, Natasha Campbell, 34, E. Pleasant St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension and for expired or unlawful plates.

On 5-5-17, Lori Cook, 42, Upper Gilchrist R ed. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 5-6-17, David Ballard, 50, Canton, OH, was cited for physical control under the influence of alcohol or drugs or the combination of both and for driving or physical control under the influence within 20 years of a prior offense.

On 5-6-17, Tyler Ferreira, 18, Gambier was cited for marijuana drug paraphernalia.

On 5-6-17, Cherokee Whitmore, 41, E. HamtramckStr. was arrested for domestic violence.

On 5-6-17, Joshua Schoonover, 33, Newark Rd. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 5-6-17, Brian Tobin, 39, Mansfield, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 5-6-17, Neil Spencer, 19, Greenwood Ave., was cited for hazardous/no passing zones.

On 5-7-17, Lucas Stagg, 35, Fredericktown, was arrested on one count of an open container.

On 5-7-17, Timothy Price, 22, Howard, was arrested and charged with possessing drug abuse instruments, drug paraphernalia and a sign/poster in windows.

Accidents

On 5-4-17, Matthew Lewis was in front of Dakota Stafford, both southbound on N. Sandusky St. Lewis slowed for traffic and was struck in the rear by Stafford who was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.

On 5-4-17, Yawna L., Everhart and a vehicle owned by Leona M. Williamson were parked in the parking lot at 100 McGibneyRd. Everhart attempted to back from its parking spot and struck Williamson's vehicle.

On 5-4-17, a vehicle owned by EAN Holding, LLC was parked in a marked parking spot on Coshocton Ave. facing north. Brandon Swisher was traveling eastbound in the lot them turned left into a parking space and struck EAN's vehicle in the rear passenger side.

On 5-5-17, Amanda Poorman was exiting a private drive to go east on Coshocton Ave. Destiny Snyder was eastbound on Coshocton Ave.in the left lane. Poorman struck Snyder as she moved into Snyder's lane.

On 5-5-17, a vehicle owned by Thomas Cline was legally parked on Mansfield facing southbound, when struck by an unknown vehicle on the driver's side. Cline was not sure when the accident happened.

On 5-6-17, Nathaniel Peters was eastbound on W. Vine St. and David M. Meek was northbound on Sandusky St. A collision occurred when both vehicles met in the intersection.

On 5-6-17, Oscar Vance was backing eastbound out of a parking spot and struck Joseph Sanok in the rear. Vance has no valid license and claimed he was only straightening the vehicle in its parking spot.


FPD

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Juvenile related report on Long St.

Found property reported on Stadium Dr.

Barking dog complaint on S. Main St.

Knox Co. law reports May 5, 2017

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Disturbance on Zent Ave.

Animal related complaint on S. Edgehill Dr.

Suspicious person on W. College St.

Amy D. Garwick, Columbus, arrested on an outstanding warrant

Juvenile related complaint on S. Main St.

Telephone harassment complaint on S. Main St.

Well-being check on S. Pleasant St.

 

Knox Co. law reports May 3, 2017

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On 5-2-17, the complainant advised that Matthew R. Pennington was causing a disturbance at the residence. It was also determined Pennington had an active warrant for his arrest. An officer arrived at the scene of the disturbance arrested Pennington and transported him to the Knox County Jail.

On 5-2-17, an officer made contact with the complainant at the incident location in Howard. The complainant stated that she and her husband were mowing her mother's yard when they noticed an upstairs window was broken. The residence was cleared and searched by the KCSO. The complainant looked through the residence and did not notice if anything was taken. The broken window had glass inside the residence and on the roof outside.The complainant requested the incident be documented.


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On 5-2-17, an officer responded to a Follin Ave. address on a report of active domestic violence.mvpd patch logo

On 5-2-17, an officer met with the complainant who reported he had been threatened by the mother of his son. The complainant was also concerned the reported incident occurred in front of the right-year-old son. The complainant wanted the incident documented. There is nothing further to report and a report was filed.

Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 5-1-17, Thomas Frye, 61, N. Sandusky St. was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.

On 5-1-17, Brittany Wheeler, 26, Harcourt Rd. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension and for changing lanes without safety.

On 5-2-48, a minor was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

On 5-2-17, Rebecca Higgins, 22, N. Sandusky St. for driving under an FRA suspension.

Traffic Accident

On 5-2-17, Paul Dove was stopped at the stop sign westbound on Howard St. at S. Gay St. Kenneth C. McCullough was northbound on S. Gay St. in the easternmost lane, Dove attempted to cross S. Gay St. and struck McCullough. Dove was cited for running a stop sign.


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Traffic complaint on St. Rt. 13

Civil matter on Delaware Dr.

Assisted Fire Department personnel on S. Main St.

Assisted the Sheriff’s Office on Friends Lane

Jack A. Sturgeon, Danville, citation for speed.

Knox Co. law reports May 4, 2017

 

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Suspicious person on Gifford St.

Civil matter on Mohawk St.

Disturbance on E. 2nd St.

Parking complaint on N. Main St.

Commercial alarm on High St.


MVPD

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On 5-2-17, an officer responded to a Yauger Rd. address in reference to found property. The officer recovered 2 counterfeit $100 bills. The investigation continues.

On 5-3-17, an act of domestic violence was reported to the MVPD. The incident occurred on N. Division St.

On 5-3-17, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Coshocton Ave. in reference to a burglaryComplainant stated she was gone for a day following a domestic issue with her boyfriend.When she returned home she found the doorknob to the front door was damaged and an Emerson 32" TV was missing. The investigation continues.

On 5-3-17, While police were investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle at a S. Main St. location, police arrested Devuan Woodson who was found to have an active arrest warrant out of Hardin County. Woodson was transported to the Knox County Jail.

Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 5-2-17, Paul Dove, 77, Fairway Ct.was cited for running a stop sign.

On 5-2-017, Anthony Bayog, 43, Centerburg was arrested and cited for driving under an FRA suspension.

On 5-3-17, Devuan Woodson, 33, Toledo, was arrested on an active warrant out of Hardin County.

Traffic accidents

 

On 5-3-017, Cassidy Rae Garrad was eastbound on Coshocton Ave. in the northern lane. Alysa D. Duncan and Jesse Mitchell Ivy were stopped for traffic ahead on Coshocton Ave. in the northern lane when Duncan was struck by Garrad which caused her to strike Ivy. Garrad was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.

 

 

 

Knox Co. law reports May 2, 2017

 

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On 4-28-17, an officer was on patrol in the area of E.Pleasant and N. McKenzie streets when he observed a vehicle traveling northbound onMcKenie St. with a misaligned headlight. The officer made contact with the vehicle's operator and located an orange box that contained drug paraphernalia.The operator was cited and released from the scene.

On 4-28-17, units were patrolling the area of N. Gay and E Pleasant streets in reference to a burglary. While on patrol the officer observed a female walking down the street near the home. She was found to have a hypodermic needle and a multi-colored silk baggy containing a tannish-brown marijuana pipe.The investigation continues.

On 4-28-17, an officer was dispatched to Knox Community hospital on a complaint of found drugs. The complainant stated that they had found some marijuana in a patient's belongings. The marijuana was seized as contraband and placed in the MVPD evidence locker for disposal. Nothing further to report.

On 4-28-17, the complainant reported the theft of his HP Chromebook. He stated he moved from his house in February and was unable to locate the Chromebook at that time.He said he has not seen the Chromebook since the beginning of February.

On 4-28-17, an officer responded to a Howard St. address in reference to found drugs. On arrival, the officer made contact with the complainant who pointed out a hypodermic needle lying in his front yard. The officer took possession of the needle and placed in in the sharps container in car 7.Nothing further to report.

On 4-28-17, two officers responded to a Taylor St. address in reference to a disturbance complaint. Upon arrival one of the officers spoke to a male at the front door at the address. He stated he had been hit on the head with a stick by his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend.The male was transported to Knox Community Hospital to be treated for his injuries. There is nothing further to report.

On 4-29-27, an officer responded to Walmart in reference to a shoplifting complaint. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the complainant who had a female suspect detained in the security office. The complainant observed the suspect conceal several items and then attempt to walk out of the store, The suspect was issued a summons for petty theft and released.

On 4-30-17, an officer was at Star Brite getting car #2 serviced. One of the Star Brite employees was cleaning the backseat of another car when she found a hypodermic syringe under the driver's seat. The officer took possession of the syringe and placed it into a sharps container.

On 4-30-17, an officer responded to a residence on Harcourt Rd. on the report of a female identified as Susan Wolfe being on the property of the complainant causing the complainant to not feel safe. Wolfe was not on the property when the officer arrived but was later located just west of it. Wolfe was found to be holding a silver object later identified as a firearm. After several attempts to have her put it down the firearm was removed from her and she was arrested for disorderly conduct with persisting and transported to the Knox County Jail.


Arrests/Charges/Citations

On 4-2-127, Ashley Ferrell, 29, N.McKenzie St. was cited for no operator's license and arrested and charged with possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia, drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On 4-5-17, Paige Walker, 26, Frazeysburg, was charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

On 4-28-17, Logan Weaver, 22, Danville, was charged with drug paraphernalia offenses.

On 4-28-17, Ashley Ferrell, 30, N. McKenzie St. was arrested and charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and possessing marijuana drug paraphernalia.

On 4-28-17, Justin Bean 30 Taylor Rd, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

On 4-28-17, Aaron Taylor, 44, W. Chestnut St. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 4-29-17, Daniel Dales, E. Ohio Ave. was arrested on a warrant for probation violation and for obstructing official business.

On 4-29-17, Khai-Jqalin Harqalson, 23, Granville Rd. was cited for assured clear distance ahead and for failure to stop after a crash on the street.

On 4-29-17, Jason Malawey, 20, W.High St. was cited for reckless operation/off street.

On 4-29-17, Demetrius Caldwell, 32, UpperGikchrist Rd, was arrested on an outstanding warrant and for obstructing official business.

On 4-29-17, Joshua Coil, 24, Danville, was cited for operating a motorized vehicle in a city park.

On 4-30-17, Andrew Newcomb, 32, W.Sugar St., was arrested for assault.

On 4-30-17, Hubert Wells,19, Howard St. was cited for fictitious plates.

On 4-30-17, Susan Wolfe,34, homeless, was arrested for disorderly conduct with persisting.

On 4-30-17, Lee Cisler, Fairgrounds Rd. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

 

Traffic accident

On 4/29/17, Khai-Jalin Shaquiulle Haralson and Jonathan L. Dewitt were traveling westbound in the southbound turn lane on Coshocton Ave. and Verndale Dr. Haralson struck Dewitt in the rear end and then fled the area without reporting the crash, Haralson was later located and issued a citation for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.


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On 4/30/17, Gunor M. Doretich was arrested on an outstanding warrant from the Mount Vernon Municipal Court. Gunor had been charged with underage consumption alcohol and the warrant was issued because he allegedly failed to appear for a pay-plan hearing. He was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

On 4-30-17, an officer was dispatched to Kenyon College's Gund Commons on a report of a suspicious person. When the officer arrived he spoke

 with Kenyon Campus safety officers who explained they found a non-student in Gund Commons who was intoxicated and uncooperative. Miracle J. Walunis of Cleveland was arrested for disorderly conduct with persisting, intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was transported to the Knox County Jail.

On 4-29-17, the complainant reported that the license plates on her vehicle were stolen. The plates were entered into LEADS as stolen.

On 4-29-17, an officer was dispatched to an address on Upper Gilchrist Rd. on a report of a disturbance. The officer made contact Mary E. Wellman, the suspect. Wellman was not allowed to be around the homeowner due to a protection order.She was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail.
On 4-28-17, Troy J. Dupler was identified as being the subject of an active warrant out of Mount Vernon Municipal Court for failure to comply with the terms of Merit Court. When deputies spoke to Dupler he gave them a false name and Social Security number. He was arrested on the warrant and also charged with obstructing official business.


FPD

 

 

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Vehicle unlock on S. Main St.

Telecommunications harassment on S. Mulberry St.

Civil matter on E. College St.

Traffic complaint on S. Mulberry St.

Suspicious vehicle on Tuttle Ave.

Found property (bicycle) on Grant St.

Assisted Fire Department personnel on Colony Dr.

 

 

 

 

 

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