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Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio

Law Enforcement

Knox Co. law reports June 28, 2017

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On 6-28-17, complainant reported that sometime overnight person(s) unknown removed building materials from a vehicle on his property on Lytle Rd. in Centerburg.

 

 


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On 6-27-17, an officer was dispatched to an E. Vine St. address for a vehicle that had been stolen. There are no suspects at this time. The vehicle has been entered into LEADS as a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was reported to be a 2003 Saturn with a license plate number GPT5825.

On 6-27-17, an officer was dispatched to a W. Gambier St. business regarding a reported disturbance. A customer at the business became unhappy and threw a drink at the business' employees. The complainant did not want to press charges but did want the customer told not to come back to the business.

On 6-27-17, Brandon King, 26, Howard, was arrested and cited for driving under an FRA suspension and for driving under suspension/revocation

On 6-27-17, Timothy B. Carper, 19, Bone Rd. was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

Knox Co. law reports June 27, 2017

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On 6-26-17, the complainant reported that his club's building on Rabbit Ridge Rd, in Howard, was broken intro and items stolen.

On 6-26-17 a report was made of needles in the road on Lower Green Valley Road. An officer was dispatched to the area where the needles were reported. They were collected and disposed of properly.


Mount Vernon Police Department
Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 6-26-17, Tyler Shafer, 27, Howard, was cited for expired or unlawful, license plates.

On 6-26-17, Joseph Heins, 17, Adamson St. was arrested for curfew violation.

On 6-26-17, Jennifer Pauley, 36, N. Norton t. was arrested and charged with theft.

Incidents

On 6-26-17, an officer reported that, while patrolling the area of Coshocton Ave. near the Kroger parking lot, he observed two suspicious males walking across the parking lot. The investigation continues.

On 6-26-17, an officer responded to Walmart at 1575 Coshocton Ave, in reference to an alleged shoplifting. When the officer got to Walmart he contacted the complainant who had the suspect detained in his office. The complainant advised that the suspect took a price tag off a fence in the lawn and garden department and scanned it in place of the item she was actually attempting to buy. The suspect was stopped before she exited the store. The officer issued the suspect a summons for petty theft and advised her of her court date.


Danville Police Department
06/21/2017
DPD responded to a suspicious person in the area of South Richard street.

DPD responded to a complaint of a ATV on North Street. The ATV was located and the operator of the ATV had a nationwide warrant and was arrested and transported the jail without incident.

06/22/2017
DPD assisted the Danville Fire Department.

DPD responded to a complaint of someone spinning donuts in a business parking lot. Suspect was located.

DPD responded to a complaint drug use in the area of East Washington street.

06/24/2017

DPD responded to Suspicious person compliant in the area of South Market street.

06/25/2017

DPD responded to a theft of gasoline in the area of South Market street.

DPD responded to a gas drive off South Market street.

DPD responded to a stolen Bicycle in the area of East Rambo street.

06/25/2017

DPD responded to a civil complaint in the area of Plum street.

06/26/2017

DPD responded to a vicious dog complaint in the area of North street.

DPD responded to a civil issue in the area of North Street.

DPD responded to a suspicious persons complaint behind the First Knox Bank.

DPD responded to a compliant of a female passing bad checks in the area of East Main street.

06/27/2017

DPD responded to a drug related issue in the area of South Market street.

DPD responded to a civil issue in the area of South Market street.

Arrest and citations

06/21/2017 Aaron Walker 37 Millwood was arrested on a nationwide warrant out of Harrison County.

06/22/2017 Jeremy Price, 41 Millersburg, was cited for unsafe vehicle, Possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia.


Fredericktown Police Department

 

6-26
Disturbance on Watson St.
Suspicious vehicle on W. Sandusky St.
Traffic complaint on Columbus Rd.
Animal complaint on N. Main St.
Traffic complaint on W. First St.
Assisted Fredericktown EMS on Tuttle Ave.



06/26/2017 Caleb Arnold, 18 Mount Vernon, cited for driving under suspension, Possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia.

 

 

Knox Co. law reports June 23, 2017

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On 6-22-17, An individual called the KCSO and advised that he believed an unknown person(s) dumped laundry detergent in his pond because it would bubble up when he turned on his aerator.

On 6-22-17, an individual called to advise that her purse had been taken during the night. The purse was in her car which was parked on Grange Alley in Bladensburg.


MVPD

Incidents

On 6-22-17, an officer spoke with an individual who reported finding a hypodermic needle at an E. Vine St. address. When the officer arrived the complainant showed him where the needle was and the officer collected it. It was placed into the sharps container in car #5 for destruction at a later date.

On 6-22-17, dispatch received a call from a woman reporting vandalism. The complainant reported that three young males had pushed over the port-a-potty at Riverside Park. She advised dispatch of the males' clothing description and direction of travel. the males were located on W. High St. and admitted guilt to the vandalism.

Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 6-12-17, Dennis Conner, 69, Old Mansfield Rd. was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.

On 6-21-17, Felicity Gibson, 22, N. Mulberry St. was arrested and charged with drug paraphernalia offenses and possessing drug abuse instruments.

On 6-21-17, Connie Odell, 62, Plaza Dr. was arrested and charged with aggravated menacing.

On 6-21-17, Holly Daniels, 25, Follin Ave., was arrested on an outstanding warrant.


FPD

6-21
Found property on Miami Ave.
Theft from a motor vehicle reported on W. Mound St.
Lost dog reported on Montgomery Rd. outside of the Village limits
Civil issue on Watson St.
Assisted Fredericktown EMS and Ohio State Highway Patrol on Ankenytown Rd.
Disturbance on Arrowhead Dr.
Tyler D. Streby, Fredericktown, arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Vehicle repossession reported on S. Main St.
Found property on the Owl Creek Trail
Unsecure Building on Stadium Dr.

 

 

 

Knox Co. law reports June 26, 2017

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6-25
Prowler complaint on Miami Ave.
Assisted Fredericktown EMS on W. College St.
Business alarm on Malibu Cir.
Vandalism reported on W. Sandusky St.
Suspicious vehicle on High St.

6-24

Kathi J. Baker, Howard, arrested for OVI
Theft reported on S. Main St.
Mandy L. Flynn, Bellville, cited for fictitious tags
Fraud reported on Crestview Dr.
Assisted the Sheriff’s Department on Connector Rd.

 

6-23
Suspicious person on Taylor St.
James Looney, Fredericktown, cited for speed
Disturbance on Taylor St.
Dakota George, Chesterville, cited for loud exhaust and unsafe vehicle
Barking dog complaint on S. Chestnut St.

 

6-22
Suspicious person on Taylor St.
Disturbance on S. Main St.
Traffic complaint on Simons Ave.
Disturbance on Long St.
Animal complaint on Grant St.
Tyler Carpenter, Fredericktown, cited for dog at large
Vehicle unlock on Miami Ave.
Suspicious vehicle on Montgomery Rd.


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On 6-23-17, the complainant told the KCSO that he was missing 350 that he had put up to pay his bills. The complainant further stated that he knew the money was there before 10:00 am on Friday, which was when he left for work. He stated he had no known visitors at his residence on Meadow Lane in Gambier since that time and date.

On 6-24-17, an officer talked to the complainant about a report that a generator had been taken from the bed of his truck The complainant stated that he watched the individual take the generator and put it into a blue Chevy Blazer. The complainant also stated that the blue Blazer possibly had a blue tarp in the rear window and that there were two individuals in the truck. The complainant said he did not know the make or model of the generator but did say that it was a 700 watt generator and was worth approximately $75.

On 6-23-17, Nicole Young was arrested for a probation violation. During a search incident to the arrest she was found to be in possession of a small clear bag with an unknown substance inside. The deputies field tested the substance and it tested positive for methamphetamines. Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville was contacted and Young was also charged with possession of drugs. The substance and test kit were placed into evidence.


On 6-23-17, the complainant told the KCSO that he was missing 350 that he had put up to pay his bills. The complainant further stated that he knew the money was there before 10:00 am on Friday, which was when he left for work. He stated he had no known visitors at his residence on Meadow Lane in Gambier since that time and date.

On 6-24-17, an officer talked to the complainant about a report that a generator had been taken from the bed of his truck The complainant stated that he watched the individual take the generator and put it into a blue Chevy Blazer. The complainant also stated that the blue Blazer possibly had a blue tarp in the rear window and that there were two individuals in the truck. The complainant said he did not know the make or model of the generator but did say that it was a 700 watt generator and was worth approximately $75.

On 6-23-17, Nicole Young was arrested for a probation violation. During a search incident to the arrest she was found to be in possession of a small clear bag with an unknown substance inside. The deputies field tested the substance and it tested positive for methamphetamines. Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville was contacted and Young was also charged with possession of drugs. The substance and test kit were placed into evidence.


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On 6-23-17, an act of vandalism was reported to the MVPD. The incident involved a 2012 Honda parked on Commerce Drive.

On 6-23-17, a complainant from Papa Johns, called the MVPD to report an act of fraud involving credit cards. A report was taken and the case is closed.

On 6-23-17, an officer responded to Walmart in reference to a shoplifting complaint. When the officer arrived he made contact with the complainant who had the suspect detained for shoplifting. The complainant said he observed the suspect bagging items without scanning them. The suspect declined to offer to pay for the items she had already concealed. The suspect did pay for some items before leaving the store. The suspect was issued a summons for petty theft in the amount of $53.55.

On 6-23-17, an officer responded to Washington St. to assist the Mount Vernon Fire Departrmewntr with a combative patient. Upon arrival the officer was advised by the medics that the patient, a male had smoked spice and went into a seizure. The patient became violent with the medics and refused to go with them. The patient unbuckled himself from the cot and attempted to get up. The patient was escorted to the officer's cruiser and driven to Knox Community Hospital. The patient was issued a summons for disorderly coinduct.

On 6-24-17, officers responded to a McGibney Rd. address in reference to an incident of trespassing. The complainant reported that her ex-boyfriend, Timothy Patterson, had knocked on her door and tried to turn the door handle, which was locked. The complainant said that since Patterson had been told not to be on the property or to have contact with her in any manner he had sent several messages to her through Facebook messenger. Several neighbors reported observing Patterson in the area and at the complainant's door. On 6-25-17, Patterson admitted that he had been at the apartment and had sent the Facebook messages. Patterson was arrested for criminal trespass and also issued a summons for telecommunications harassment.

Arrests/Citations

On 5-15-17, Reyana Bates, 18, Monroe Mills Rd. was arrested for theft.

On 6-23-17, Steven Bates, 24, Follin Ave. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.

On 6-23-17, Daniel Walton, 24, N. Sandusky St. was arrested on a warrant for violation of house arrest.

On 6-23-17, Penny Pennypacker, 55, Mount Gilead was arrested and charged with theft.

On 6-23-17, Jamie Gibson, 49, N. Norton St. was arrested for disorderly conduct.

On 6-24-17, Staqualia Brown, 22, Columbus was arrested for marijuana possession and cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-24-17, Timothy Patterson, 40, N. Sandusky St. was arrested for criminal trespass and telecommunicqation harassment.

On 6-25-17, Kyle Williams, 21, S. Park St. was arrested and cited for driving while under the influence and cited for no license platre light.

On 6-25-17, Kandise Senter, 23, Cardington, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

Traffic accident

 

On 6-23-17, James Fowler and Joshua Staats were parked at 855 Coshocton Ave. Fowler was facing east and Staats was facing west in the aisle across from Fowler. Both units backed out about the same time but didn't see each other Both units mad contact in the right rear areas of their vehicles.

On 6-23-17, While facing north in the exit of Lowes' parking lot Larry Schunke backed southbound and struck the front of Debra Davis who was stopped behind Schunke, also facing northbound.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knox Co. law reports June 22, 2017

KCSO

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On 6-20-17, the complainant called and advised that someone had kicked in her back door and had stolen items from the residence.

On 6-20-17, an officer was dispatched to a Coshocton Rd. residence. The officer made contact with the complainant who said persons unknown had taken her son's Xbox 1 and wireless controller from her residence without her permission.

On 6-19-17, the complainant stated she was notified by her credit union that there was a suspicious charge on her Visa debit card in the amount of $191.31 paid to an auto parts store in Columbus, OH. The complainant had the credit union cancel her card.

On 6-20-17, the complainant advised that while she was driving southbound on Granville Rd. between Ward and Butcher roads, she heard a loud bang and saw that her windshield had been damaged, She said she was in her black Jeep and was passing a faded black pick-up truck in the northbound lane. The complainant said she thought her vehicle was struck by an object shot from the pick-up truck. The complinant was advised a written report would be made to document the incident.


 

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Incidents

 

On 6-21-17, officers were dispatched to a Plaza Drive address in reference to a disturbance. Dispatch advised the officers that the female and male living in the residence were having some type of altercation. the female was issued a court summons for aggravated menacing and the male left the residence for the evening. Nothing further to report.

On 6-20-17, Destiny Stone, 23, E. Burgess St. was arrested and charged with drug paraphernalia offenses and also charged with possessing drug abuse instruments.

On 6-21-17, Brandon Brook, 19, Fredericktown, was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant.

On 6-21-17, Connie Odell, 62, Plaza Dr. was arrested and charged with aggravated menacing.

 

On 6-16-17, an officer was dispatched to the area of Common Pleas Court on a report of a male who appeared to be preparing himself to inject drugs. The suspect was arrested and a report taken.

On 6-17-17, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Howard St. in reference to a case of fraud. The complainant advised that she had gotten an alert from her bank asking if a certain transaction was authorized by her. the complainant found two transactions that were unauthorized. An investigation is pending and this report will be supplemented if any new information becomes available.

On 6-17-17, an officer was flagged down on Plaza Dr. by an individual who said a license plate on their vehicle had been stolen. The plate was entered into LEADS as being stolen. The license plate number is FFP5859. An investigation is pending.

On 6-18-17, an officer responded to Knox Community Hospital for a female being disorderly. The female was arrested and taken to the Knox County Jail where she is awaiting to speak with BHP for an evaluation.

On 6-18-17, an officer responded to a N. McKenzie St. address on a report of an assault. Upon arrival, the officer spoked to the alleged victim and hs parent. Contact was also made with the alleged suspect and his parent. Written statement and photographs were obtained. The investigation has been forwarded to the Knox County Juvenile Prosecutor's Office for review and possible chareges.

On 6-18-17, an officer was dispatched to an Ames St. address on a report of a theft. The complainant advised he had been at Speedway and someone stole his phone from his car. An investigation is pending.

On 6-19-17, an employee of Mansfield Brick and Supply reported someone removed a lock and chain on a gate to the business. The rear entrrance to the business from Franklin St. had been locked on 6-16-217 and on 6-19-17, the lock and chain were found missing.The employee stated a few bricks may have been stolen but was unsure of how many. 

On 6-19-17, an individual reported that someone took his bag of vitamins while he was at his residence on Yauger Rd. The victim stated he had put the bag of vitamins on a table in the common area of the apartment building he lives in. The victim said the bag contained a bottle of magnesium pills and some magnesium spray. A written statement was obtained.

On 6-19-17, a female reported a disturbance at a residence on East St. The female stated that her son was yelling and slamming doors. Dispatch received a second call that evening from the same female who indicated that her son was yelling and had pushed her aside when his friend had showed up. The male said that he did slam his bedroom door and was upset about being evicted from the residence.

On 6-20-17, units were dispatched to a Martinsburg Rd. address on a report of a disturbance. An investigation is ongoing.

On 6-20-17, an officer responded to a N. West St. address in reference to a trespassing complaint. Upon arrival,m the officer located a male and female in the back yard. They advised they were recently evicted and were tryting to gather up their properety, The female, Destiny Stone, was subsequently arrested on an outstanding arrest warrent. She was also issued a summons for drug paraphrenalia and drug abuse.


Arrests, Charges, Citations

On 4-28-17, Trevor Stose was charged with assault.

On 6-4-17, Melissa Sines, 48, Coshocton,OH was arrested on a warrant for house arrest violation.

On 6-12-17, Jareds Fareabaugh, 215, Shalimar Dr. was cited for failure to stop after a crash on other than a street.

On 6-15-17, Steven Gray, 62, Columbus,was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-16-17, Matthew Bigboy, 22, Johnstown, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

On 6-17-17, Erik Baker, 22, Gambier, was cited for own/operate a vehicle producing excessive smoke.

On 6-17-17, Russell Copeland, 34, E. Ohio Ave. was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-17-17, Mary Dales, 37, Columbus was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-17-17, Douglas Rine, E. Vine St.was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-16-17, Taylor Kline, 21, Belleville, was cited for ACDA.

On 6-17-17, Joshua Parker, 23, E. Chestnut, was arrested for obstruction official business, disorderly conduct with persisting and inducing panic.

On 6-17-17, Velmer Back, 50, Sycamore Rd. was cited for running a red light.

On 6-17-17, Dennis Surgener, 32, Bucyrus, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 6-18-17, Tammie Meyer, 54, Howard, was arrested for misconduct at an emergency.

On 6-18-17, Daniel Walton, 24, N. Sandusky St. was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-18-17, Luther Wells, 38, Washington St. was arrested for obstructing official business and cited for driving with a temporary permit without a licensed driver.

On 6-18-17, Jeffery Jackson, 40, E. Hamtramck St. was cited for failure to control.

On 6-18-17, Gene Payne, 35, Columbus, was arrested on an arrest warrant and cited for driving under suspension/revocation.

On 6-18-17, Richard Cantu, 22, N. West St. was arrested on a warrant for probration violation.

On 6-18-17, Jay Brownfield, 28, Martinsburg Rd. was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-18-17, Timothy McPhail, 44, Fairway Dr. was cited for operator/chauffeur license required.

On 6-19-17, Jennifer Pauley, 36, N. Norton St. was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-19-17, Ashlie, Johnson, Howard, was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

On 6-19-17, Brandon Butler, 20, Greenwood Ave. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

On 6-19-17, Donald Armstrong, 49, W. Vine St. was cited for driving under FRA suspension and for expired or unlawful license plates.

On 6-20-17, Peter Weller, 49, Cincinnati, was cited for running a stop sign.

Traffic accidents
On 6-17-20, a vehicle driven by John E. Palmer, III, was traveling southbound on Walnut Alley when hed struck a shed on the left side of the roadway. Palmer fled the area prior to the arrival of the police. There were no injuries reported

On 6-17-17, Velmer D. Back was traveling northbound on S. Sandusky St. Joseph R. Christopher was traveling eastbound on W. Vine St.. Back failed to stop for the red traffic light signal and struck Christopher in the right side.Back was cited for failure to top at a traffic signal.

On 6-17-17, a vehicle owned by Cary S. Beck was parked. Megan A. Tedrow backed from its parking space and struck Beck's vehicle.

On 6-18-17, Jeffrey J. Jackson was headed northbound on Dike Rd when it struck the guardrail. The guardrail was located near Dike Rd.and W. Sugar St. on the east side of Dike St. Jackson was cited for failure to control.



FPD

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Assisted EMS personnel on Montgomery Rd.
Theft reported on Salem Ave.
Suspicious person complaint on Colony Dr.
Civil issue on S. Main St.
Disturbance on S. Main St.
Traffic complaint on Watson St.
Barking dog complaint on S. Chestnut St.

6-19

Theft from a motor vehicle on S. Mulberry St.

Two thefts from a motor vehicle on Mohawk St.

Parking complaint on S. Main St.

Theft from a motor vehicle on E. Mound St.

Suspicious persons in the area of S. Mulberry St.

Theft from a motor vehicle on W. Mound St.

 

 



 

 

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