Published: Tuesday, 22 August 2017 12:02
Juvenile related complaint on Arrowhead Dr.
Theft of cash from a vehicle on Columbus Rd.
Theft of cash from a vehicle on Stadium Dr.
Motorist assist on Mt. Vernon Ave.
Suspicious persons on E. 6th St.
Misuse of 911 system on Kokosing St.
Suspicious person on High St.
Animal related complaint on Miami Ave.
Traffic complaint on Cassell Rd.
Scott A. Glancy Jr., Fredericktown, arrested for OVI.
Assisted the Sheriff’s Office on Cassell Rd.
Suspicious vehicle on Lexington Rd.
Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on High St.
Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on N. Main St.
Juvenile related complaint on E. 4th St.
Civil matter on Posey Dr.
Animal related complaint on Mt. Vernon Ave.
8/21/17 – Dispatch advised that Jerrica Ingles had an active warrant for probation violation. An anonymous caller said she could be found at a residence on Columbus Road. Two officers went to the address and found Ingles outside, sitting on a riding mower. She was arrested, handcuffed and transported to the Knox County Jail.
8/22/17 – the complainant reported that sometime between Sunday evening, Aug. 20 and Tuesday morning, Aug. 22, person(s) unknown cut the hasp off a door and removed the lock that secured it. The suspects then removed a Poulan 18 inch bar chain saw and approximately 2 gallons of gas siphoned from 3 vehicles stored in the barn. The complainant requested patrol. The chain saw was entered into LEADS. There are no known suspects.
8/21/17 – Michael J. Perkins was facing east on Commerce Dr. and backed west striking Everett R. Myers who was facing east on Commerce Dr.
8/20/17 – At approximately 8:13 AM an officer was dispatched to a N. Jefferson St. address on a report of vandalism to a vehicle. The complainant said someone broke out her car window overnight. She said she had parked the car on 8/20/17 at about 8:30 PM. The next morning at about 8:13 AM she noticed the broken window. A written statement was stake and a report made. There are no suspects at this time.
8/21/17 – At 8:50 AM an officer responded to an N. Gay St. address on a vandalism complaint. Contact was made with the victim and photographs were taken at the scene. The investigation is closed and will be re-opened if a suspect is identified and/or any leads are developed.
9/21/17 – At 12:16 PM an officer responded to 1550 Coshocton Ave. on a found property complaint. The property was recovered from the scene and secured into an evidence locker. Items included a yellow box containing a razor, a broken spoon, two needle caps, two large spoons and a Sweethearts Mints container, empty. There was also a gray/red backpack containing clothing, a package of razor blades and a notebook. And a black purse containing numerous ink pens and markers.
8/20/17 – Phillip Agyeman, 47, East Hartford CT. was cited for oversize/weight vehicle on local streets.
8/21/17 – Mark Robison, 63, Becky Lane, was cited for a red light violation.
Published: Friday, 18 August 2017 12:36
8/17/17 - At approximately 2:05 PM an officer responded to S. Harrison St. near W. Gambier St, with the Mount Vernon Fire Department in reference to a man passed out in the street. The male was found by the MVPD to be unconscious but still breathing. When the officer arrived the male, identified as Jeff Middleton, was sitting up, alert and talking to paramedics. Middleton was arrested for a probation violation and transported to the Knox County Jail.
8/17/17 - At about 1:10 AM two officers responded to the area of 855 Coshocton Ave. on a report of a disturbance, possibly involving a firearm, Although no firearms were found at the scene of the disturbance, one of the males involved. Micah Dean was found to be in possession of 14 hypodermic syringes, Dean was arrested at the scene and charges were filed.
8/17/17 - At about 12:32 PM, an officer was dispatched to 911 Coshocton Ave. on a report of an infant left unattended in a hot car. The officer spoke with the complainant who stated she saw the infant in the vehicle. The officer removed the infant from the car and called the Mount Vernon Fire Department which came and checked on the condition of the child. Children Services was contacted and responded to the scene. A male returned to the car. He was identified as Donald Ireland. Ireland was found to have warrants out of the Heath Police department. Ireland was arrested n the warrants and also charged with child endangering and incarcerated in the Knox County Jail.
8/17/17 - An officer was dispatched to a N. Gay St. address on a report of a stolen vehicle. The officer found no witnesses or evidence at the scene. Nothing further to report.
8/16/17 - Joshua Chavis, 36, Columbus, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.
8/17/17 - Micah Dean, 38, was arrested and charged with possessing drug abuse instruments.
8/17/17 - Joseph Cochran, 36, Columbus, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
8/17/17 - Jeffery Middleton, 36, Ridgewood Ave. was charged with possessing drug abuse instruments.
8/17/17 - Donald Ireland, 35, Utica was arrested and charged with child endangering.
8/17/17 - Donald W. Clayborne was westbound in the Walmart parking lot. He began a left turn (south) and struck a handicap sign post.
8/17/17 - 1 was traveling east on W. Vine St. and stated she had a green light at the intersection of W, Vine and S. Sandusky streets. 2 was northbound on S. Sandusky St. and stated she had a green light at the intersection. Both vehicles crashed in the intersection. There were no witnesses to the incident and it was listed as an unknown at-fault party.
Assisted Children’s Services on E. College St.
Found property (syringe) on E. College St.
Drug related incident on Arrowhead Dr.