Danville Police Report – May 11, 2018



Danville Police Report – May 11, 2018
(Information courtesy of The Danville Police Department)

May 7
Four separate traffic complaints of vehicles speeding in a school zone – West Rambo Street.
Cecilia M. Roach age 53 of Danville was issued a traffic citation for speeding in a School Zone.
Conducted K-9 search of a vehicle for illegal drugs/contraband w/positive hit – West Rambo Street.
Jonathan J. Kelsey age 18 of Danville was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Scam – 200 block East South Street.
Conducted K-9 search of a vehicle for illegal drugs/contraband w/positive hit for an outside police agency – Harcourt Road.
Confiscated marijuana plants along w/equipment associated with an illegal indoor grow.

May 8
Traffic complaint of a vehicle being driven w/no license plates – East Main Street.
K-9 detail at Danville Local Schools.

May 9
A citizen turned in a found wallet. Owner located & wallet was returned.
Assisted an outside police agency – Fredericktown.
Jessica L. Kaylor age 31 of Danville was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant for a parole violation and transported to the Knox County Jail.
Suspicious person – West Rambo Street.
Conducted K-9 search of a vehicle for illegal drugs/contraband w/negative hit for an outside police agency – Coshocton Road.
Traffic complaint of a vehicle being driven w/possible fictitious plates – West Main Street.

May 10
Citizen dropped off a clear plastic bag that was found containing possible methamphetamine. Will be properly disposed of.
Gas drive-off – South Market Street.
Traffic complaint of a motorist not using their turn signals – Hillcrest Drive.

May 11
Traffic complaint of vehicle w/improper lighting – South Market Street.
Conducted K-9 search of a vehicle for illegal drugs/contraband w/positive hit – South Market Street.
A citizen turned in a cell phone that was found – South Market Street.
Traffic complaint of a vehicle being driven w/expired plates – South Richards Street.

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