Warrants were issued this week by the Mount Vernon Municipal Court for the arrest of the following individuals. If you have any pertinent information about someone on the list, please contact law enforcement. Thank you. #WeeklyWarrants
In Response to the Recent Increase in Coronavirus (COVID-19) Scams, Letter to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairman Joseph Simons Calls On the FTC for Stronger Consumer Protections and Education for Seniors
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joined 33 senators in urging Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairman Joseph Simons to protect seniors from coronavirus-related scams.… Read full story
Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Mar 27, 2020
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)
Paige Walker of Frazeysburg, called 911 seven times in less than 5.5 hours with no emergency to report. During three of the six calls, Walker did not speak to the dispatcher and left the phone line open.… Read full story
National Weather Service Cleveland OH
1207 PM EDT Fri Mar 27 2020
...FLASH FLOODING POTENTIAL TONIGHT ACROSS THE U.S. 30 CORRIDOR WEST
.A warm front is expected to lift north into the area tonight. A
line of storms with heavy rain is expected to linger around the
On 3/26/2020 at 11:15 a.m. deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle and persons at a residence on Millersburg Rd. in the area of Newcastle Rd. Deputies were able to determine that the two suspicious males were at the residence illegally.… Read full story
Thanks to everyone who is being vigilant regarding social distancing. We need you to stay healthy and we will TOGETHER get through this pandemic. Please know we are here for you if you have an emergency. Forecast calls for a rainy weekend so a great time to catch up on family movies and board games.… Read full story
The Mount Vernon Police Department promoted and swore in Zachary Miller as their newest Corporal Monday morning. Miller, an eight-year veteran for MVPD has been serving with his Ohio Army National Guard unit in Afghanistan, so the ceremony was conducted via Skype teleconferencing.
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — The 2020 Two Days in May Conference on Victim Assistance, previously scheduled for May 21-22 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, has been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis.
Two Days in May is an annual training event where victims’ advocates from around the state receive updates about best practices, trends and developments in the field; network with colleagues who also care about victims; and honor those who are doing exceptional work.… Read full story