Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 05, 2020

Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 05, 2020
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

Samantha Fortnerx and Gerald Vomgaur, both of Centerburg, were arrested and charged with assault and domestic violence on October 5th, 2020.

Phillip Devoe, of Sunbury, was arrested on an active warrant out of Delaware County on October 5th, 2020.

Deputies were dispatched to a report of a disturbance between a woman and her ex-boyfriend. He was convinced to voluntarily leave the property on October 4th, 2020.

A Complainant reported that an argument had occurred between him and his ex-girlfriend over some property. She collected some of her property and left the property for the evening on October 4th, 2020.

A Fredericktown Police Officer observed two mini motorbikes traveling on Cassell Road just south of the Village of Fredericktown. The Officer conducted a traffic stop on the motorbikes because they did not have adequate lights, therefore a safety hazard. A Deputy responded to the traffic stop. Christopher McGee, of Mount Vernon, was found to be under the influence of drugs and was arrested for OVI. The other motorbike operator, Paris Reed of Mount Vernon, was issued a citation for driving an unregistered vehicle on the roadway. Both mini motorbikes were impounded and McGee was transported to the Knox County Jail on October 4th, 2020.

A Deputy was dispatched to Butler Road in Fredericktown on the report of a deer that was caught in a fenced-in area on October 4th, 2020.

A vehicle was observed by a Deputy traveling on South Main Street in Mount Vernon. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle for an equipment violation. The driver, Corey Anderson, was found to be driving under suspension. The passenger was identified as Christopher Birchfield who had two outstanding warrants out of Knox County. After a search of Birchfield incident to arrest, marijuana and methamphetamine were found on his person. Anderson was issued a citation for driving while under suspension and Birchfield was transported to the Knox County Jail on October 3rd, 2020.

A Complainant stated that there was a vehicle in her driveway that has been there for over 24 hours. Deputies responded and the vehicle was towed to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on October 3rd, 2020.

Jennifer Kolasky was arrested on an outstanding warrant on October 2nd, 2020.

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