- Published: Friday, 02 June 2017 07:51
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On 5-31-17, a complainant at Ross Premier Motors reported someone forced entry into his vehicle and removed some items. The officer left a statement for the victim at the dealership to determine in detail what had been taken.
On 5-31-17, a complainant called the KCSO to report that her husband's truck had been stolen sometime between 0200 and 0600 hours on this date. The truck was described as a gold 2000 Chevy Suburban Extended cab, license plate COH-6425. Those plates are registered to a Maroon 1992 Chevy truck. The stolen truck is described as having a Chevy sticker on the top part of the front windshield and a JohnDeere sticker on the back window of the gold truck cap. The keys were in the vehicle and an unknown amount of gas in the tank. The truck has been entered into LEADS.
On 6-2-17, Mark Milburn was found staggering in the street and was determined to be too intoxicated to take care of himself. Milburn was arrested for disorderly conduct with persisting and transported to the Knox County Jail.
On 6-1-17, Anthony M. Vance was observed walking westbound on W. High St. Vance was checked for warrants with dispatch and they advised he had an active arrest warrant out of the Knox County Common Pleas Court Vance was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail.
On 6-1-17, the complainant advised she received a phone call from someone in Indiana who claimed to be with Microsoft Connections, The caller told the complainant they had been getting complaints that her model computer has had issues with running slow. He requested access to her computer to fix the issues. The complainant reluctantly agreed to do so. Once the caller had access he locked up her computer and told her she needed to go to Walmart, purchase a $500 iTunes gift card and send it to him. She then hung up the phone and shut off her computer. The phone number ended up being fake. The complainant was advised to take her computer to a local computer repair shop and have them look at it and have some protection installed. The complainant was advised that she should not give anyone access to her computer unless she called the manufacturer. The complainant does not believe they got any personal information off the computer. A copy of this report will be kept on file.
On 6-1-17, the complainant came to the KCSO and reported that her credit card had unauthorized purchases on her account.
On 5-26-17, an officer was dispatched to W. High St. on a report of found property. Upon arrival the officer was given a bag of marijuana that was found in the parking lot.
On 5-26-17, an officer was dispatched to Kahrl and Co. on a report of hypodermic needles found by the dumpster. They were disposed of in the sharps container.
On 5-26-17, an officer was dispatched to N. Gay St. on a report of harassment. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the complainant who stated that an individual called in and threatened several staff members. Witness statements were completed and a report was taken.
On 5-26-17, an officer was in the vicinity of E. Pleasant and N. Gay streets on a report of a disturbance. The complainant advised that a male wearing yellow and a female wearing red were yelling at each other in the street. The complainant then advised the male tried to strike the female. The officer located a male dressed in all yellow and spo9keto the individual. He advised he had been coming up from E. Burgess St. and had not been fighting with anyone.The officer ran the individual through dispatch and identified him as Ryan Llewellyn. Dispatched advised he had a warrant out of Licking County. Llewellyn was arrested and taken to the Knox County Jail.
On 5-27-17, an officer stopped a vehicle on S. Division St. near E. Gambier St. Several drug items were found and the driver was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
On 5-27-17, an officer responded to an Ash St. address on a report of an active domestic complaint. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the female, who advised she had been beaten up by her boyfriend. An independent witness said the male and female had been hitting and kicking each other. Both were intoxicated and were both issued a summons for assault.
On 5-27-17, units were dispatched to an Oberlin St. address on a report of a disturbance. The complainant advised that Richard Dailey was at his residence and was intoxicated. The complainant advised that Dailey wanted to drive but the complainant had his keys. Dailey was upset because the complainant would not return his car keys. Dailey was kicked out of the residence by the owner. Dailey ripped off a dryer cover and tried to climb in the window to get back in the residence. This was the second time the police had to deal with Dailey that day and he was arrested and charges were filed.
On 5-27-17, an officer was dispatched to a Harcourt Rd. address in response to a disturbance between two individuals. The investigation continues.
On 5-28-17, units were dispatched to the corner of Chester and Monroe streets in reference to a disturbance. The investigation continues.
On 5-28-17, an officer was dispatched to CVS Pharmacy in reference to a shoplifting. The store manager stated that a male wearing a gray shirt and plaid shorts exited the store without paying for a can of Pringles. The officer made contact with the individual who eventually admitted to taking the Pringles and exchanging a warm bottle of Coca-Cola that he brought into the store for a cold one. The suspect was told never to come back to CVS and was issued a summons for petty theft. The open can of Pringles and the bottle of Coca-Cola was returned to the store manager.
On 5-28-17, an officer responded to Walmart in reference to a shoplifting. While en route, dispatch advised the officer that the female suspect had left the store and was heading westbound on foot. The officer detained the suspect and transported her back to Walmart. She was issued a summons for criminal trespass.
On 5-28-17, an officer was dispatched to Walmart where he was mad aware of a petty theft. The officer recognized the individual a Joshua Z. Senter who was arrested. Charges were filed.
On 5-29-17, an officer was dispatched to a N. Sandusky St. address on a report of an individual being in someone's residence without their permission. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the suspect, identified as Jessica R. Mantel. Mantel stated she went into the residence because she needed to use the bathroom. The owner of the residence advised that Mantel did not have permission to be there. Mantel was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail.
On 5-30-17, dispatch received a call reporting a disturbance at the Memorial Park Babe Ruth field. Upon arrival the officer made contact with a male who indicated his ex-girlfriend was creating a disturbance. She had made a comment to his current girlfriend then began yelling and cussing at the group they were with during a baseball game. The ex-girlfriend denied going over to the group and claimed she was approached by a member of the group first. She was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.
On 5-31-17, an officer was dispatched to Goodwill Industries on a complaint of people going through a dumpster behind the building. Upon arrival, the officer found a female hiding in the dumpster. She was issued a summons in lieu of arrest for criminal trespass.
On 5-25-17, Willie Moore, 53, Columbus, was charged with violating a temporary protection order.
On 5-26-17, Kayla Schaade, 28, Columbus Rd. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 5-26-17, Daniel Walton, 24, Marion, OH, was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.
On 5-26-17, Michael Clark, 28, Old Delaware Rd. was cited for driving under FRA suspension.
On 5-26-17, Laura Cliff, 62, E. Vine St. was cited for expired or unlawful plates.
On 5-26-17, Christopher McClain,26, Smith St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 5-27-17, Samuel Toblin, 49, Third Ave. Was cited for drug paraphernalia offenses.
On 5-27-17, Nola Smith,43, Grove City, was cited for expired or fictitious plates.
On 5-27-17, Richard Dailey, 39, Fairview Rd. was arrested and charged with assault.
On 5-27-17, Brandy Orndorff, 34, Ash St. was arrested and charged with assault.
On 5-27-17, Richard Dailey, 39, Fairview Rd. was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct with persisting.
On 5-27-17, Jeffery Williams, 55, Harcourt Rd. was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct with persisting.
On 5-27-17, Marshall Vilfer, 26, Belville, was charged with drug abuse.
On 5-28-17, Dustin Shinabery, 39, Howard was cited for expired or unlawful plates.
On 5-28-17, Joshua Senter, 27, Cottage St. was arrested and charged with theft.
On 5-28-17, Rayanne Rumet, 21, Columbus Rd. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 5-28-17, Destiny Stone, 23, W. Sugar St. was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.
On 5-29-17, Justin Carruthers, Fredericktown, was cited for exhaust system required.
On 5-29-17, Brandon Chaffin, 24, W. Pleasant St. was cited for an FRA suspension.
On 5-29-17, Micah Prater, 34, Independence KY, was cited for driving an overweight vehicle on local streets and failure to obey traffic control devices.
On 5-29-17, Crystal Loman, 34, Grange Ave, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.
On 5-29-17, Jessica Mantel, 30, W. High St. was arrested for criminal trespass.
On 5-29-17, Christina Culpepper, 35, N. Mulberry St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 5-30-17, Jacob Moore, 35, Hopewell Rd. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
On 5-30-17, Desiree Eggers, 32, E. Ohio Ave. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
On 5-30-17, Katrina Cochrane, 37, McGibney Rd. was arrested for disorderly conduct.
On 5-31-17, Danielle Reynolds, 27, Grandview Dr. was charged with criminal trespass.
On 5-31-17, Laura Mosher, 22, Dayton, warrant for house arrest violation.
On 5-31-17, Kevin Curtis, 32, Columbus Rd. was arrested and charged with menacing.
On 5-31-17, Amberly Knox, 19, Hebron, was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign.
On 5-23-17, a vehicle owned by Beverly Hamilton was parked at Walmart. When Hamilton returned from shopping she found the vehicle had been damaged and reported it. The vehicle causing the damage is unknown.
On 5-27-17, Timothy Wilson and Pamela Passick were parked in the Mount Vernon Shopping Plaza. Wilson backed out of his parking spot and failed to see Passick's vehicle and struck it on the right side.
On 5-29-17, Joann Proper and Jocelyn Marie Taboada Hamilton were stopped at a stop sign in the Walmart parking lot. Hamilton started to pull forward then stopped. Proper was behind Hamilton and started to pull forward also but did not see Hamiton stop and struck her vehicle in the rear end.
On 5-31-17, while traveling eastbound on Ames St. Amberly Knox failed to yield right of way after stopping for a stop sign at Newark Rd. Knox attempted to cross Newark Rd. and was struck by Mary A. Franz who was traveling northbound on Newark Rd. Knox was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign.
Residential alarm on Salem Ave.
Theft of a circular saw on Erie St.
Assisted EMS personnel on Mermary Dr.
Notice of nuisance ordinance violation served on Tuttle Ave.
Notice of nuisance ordinance violation served on E. 4th St.
Notice of nuisance ordinance violation served on S. Mulberry St.
Notice of nuisance ordinance violation served on W. Sandusky St.
Vehicle unlock on Columbus Rd.
Well-being check on Mt. Vernon Ave.
Domestic violence on Salem Ave.
Jayson S. Horlacher, Fredericktown, arrested for domestic violence
Non-injury vehicle crash on E. Crestview Dr.
Brenda E. Harris, Fredericktown, citation for right of way violation
David S. Sovine, Mt. Vernon, citation for speed