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Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio

Law Enforcement

Knox County law reports April 13, 2017

KCSO

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 10, 2017

Fredericktown PD

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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

 

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Commercial alarm on N. Main St.

Suspicious person on N. Main St.

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

 

 

Knox Co. law reports April 6, 2017

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On 4-6-17, while on patrol, an officer discovered roofing nails and decking screws on the roadway of Gilchrist Road about ½ mile south of Danville-Amity Road. Two other officers helped pick them up. At this time, no one has reported damage to their tires from this recent act of vandalism.

On 4-5-17, a victim called the KCSO to advise a bank had called her stating an unknown person had attempted to open a bank account in her name. The victim stated she was unsure about what to do next. A report was taken on behalf of the complainant.


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Suspicious vehicle on N. Main St.

Fraud report on W. Sandusky St.

Suspicious persons on S. Main St.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on Mohawk St.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on W. 2nd St.

Knox Co. law reports April 7, 2017

FPD

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Vehicle unlock on E. Mound St.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on W. Crestview Dr.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on Lakeside Dr.

 


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On 4-7-17, a refused caller/complainant reported nails in the roadway at the intersection of Monroe Mills Rd. and Floralwood Dr. Members of the KCSO removed the nails from the intersection roadway.

On 4-6-17, deputies went to the residence of Corey Jackson, on New Delaware Rd and met with Corey and his father.Corey Jackson was identified and arrested On an outstanding warrant for aggravated trafficking in drugs. , Jackson was handcuffed and searched. He was then transported to the Knox County Jail and released to the jail staff.

Knox Co. law reports April 5, 2017

FPD

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Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on Taylor St.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on E. Sandusky St.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on E. 4th St.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on S. Edgehill Dr.

Nuisance ordinance violation letter served on S. Main St.

These nuisance letters are related to abandoned or inoperable vehicles at those properties.  Owners are given five days to correct the situation.

Parking complaint on N. Chestnut St.

Assisted EMS personnel on Mt. Vernon Ave.

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Disturbance on W. Sandusky St.

Assisted EMS personnel on S. Edgehill Dr.

Disturbance on S. Main St.

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Disturbance on Salem Ave.

Found property (bike) on long St.

Vehicle unlock on S. Main St.

Civil matter on W. Sandusky St.

4-1

Disturbance on E. 5th St.

Trespass complaint on Mt. Vernon Ave.

Parking complaint on N. Main St.

Parking complaint on N. Main St.

Animal related complaint on Zent Ave.


MVPD

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On 4-4-17, an officer arrived at a McGibney Rd. address to meet with a woman who wanted to report being assaulted by a juvenile neighbor. The woman reported she intervened when the neighbor went after her 11-year-old daughter and was subsequently shoved by the neighbor. The woman reported no injuries from the incident. All parties involved were advised to avoid each other. Written statements were taken from all three and a report on the incident will be forwarded to the Juvenile Court Prosecutor for review.

On 4-4-17, an officer was dispatched to a Boynton St. address to contact a female on a civil matter. The female stated she wanted to file a report because her grandson's mother wouldn't answer her calls or text messages. The female stated she has visitation rights with her grandson that are court ordered. The female requested the report be taken so she could take the matter to court. Nothing further to report.

On 4-4-17, a female who lives on Follin Ave. reported a theft from her residence. She indicated someone had entered her apartment and removed 2 V-tech cordless phones. She said the phones had just been purchased and had not been taken out of the boxes. She believes the incident took place between 5:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M. There are no witnesses. A report has been filed.

Arrests/Citations/Charges

On 4-3-17, John Losego, 50, Centerburg, was cited for failure to yield.

On 4-4-17, Dakota Walker, 22, Fairgrounds Rd. was cited for squealing tires and a cracked exhaust noise.

On 4-4-17, Darrick Cunningham, 29, Plaza Dr. was cited for running a stop sign.

On 4r-4-17, Susan Denuit, 34, Howard, was cited for failure to use seat belts.

On 4-4-17, Jamie Schiavi, 50, Walhonding, was cited for speeding.

On 4-4-17, Kristen Lewis, 29, Westerville, was cited for turning at intersections.

On 4-4-17, John Nielson, 73, Howard, was cited for running a red light.

Accidents

On 4-4-17, Kristen S. Lewis was southbound in the western most traffic lane of S. Mulberry St. coming from a private drive. Sierra Marie Basista was southbound in the easternmost lane of S. Mulberry St. Both were stopped for the red traffic light at W. Ohio Ave. When the light turned green, Lewis turned left onto W. Ohio Ave. striking Basista.

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