Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Nov 30, 2020

Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Nov 30, 2020
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

November 27
Deputies were dispatched to Columbus Road on the report of a domestic violence incident. Deputies arrived and spoke with the victim and witnesses.  Statements were obtained and photos were taken.  The suspect, Carli S Brown, was later located, arrested, and transported to the Knox County Jail without incident for domestic violence.

November 28
A Complainant stated that she believes that her father is missing.  The complainant advised that her father was supposed to go pick up prescription medication and that they have not heard from him for four days.  A missing person was filed.

A Complainant reported that an impaired driver struck a fence and then went inside a local drinking establishment.  Deputies responded and made contact with the driver of the vehicle.  The driver, Jacob L Boucher, was determined to be impaired and transported to the Knox County Jail for a breath test. The individual refused to complete the breath test and was issued a citation for operating a vehicle while impaired and a summons for criminal damaging.  Boucher was released to a sober valid driver and a report was completed for documentation.

Deputies received a report of a theft in the Kokosing Wildlife area in Fredericktown. A Complainant stated his trail cam was taken.  A report was taken and an investigation is pending.

A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle on Danville-Amity Road for a speed violation.  The driver, Grant Lewis, was arrested for OVI after failing a field sobriety test and transported to the Knox County Jail.  Lewis was also cited for speeding.

November 29
A Complainant advised that in the past several days, person(s) unknown broke into a vacant residence that he owns and uses for storage for his construction business.  The complainant advised that in addition to construction supplies, washers, dryers, stoves, and microwaves were also taken.  A report was written to document the incident.

A Complainant advised that they had left their garage open overnight and two bicycles were stolen.  A report was filed to document the incident.

November 30
Deputies were dispatched to the area of Snively Road and Seventy Road to assist the Ohio State Highway Patrol on a vehicle crash.  During the investigation, the driver was discover4ed to be the victim of domestic violence.  Jason J Dakin was arrested and charged with domestic violence and menacing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *