Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Jan 11, 2021




Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Jan 11, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

January 8
A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to report that one of their clients had money stolen from their account which was transferred into another person’s account. A deputy responded and made contact with the complainant and guardian of the victim. A report was filed.

Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Waterford Road in Fredericktown in regards to a person brandishing a firearm to the complainant. A statement was collected from the complainant and the suspect was located and interviewed. After speaking to both parties a report was filed and sent to the Mount Vernon City Prosecutor’s Office for review.

January 9
A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to advise that a resident, at Concepts and Community Living, was missing an Ipad.

A complainant went to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to file a report of telecommunications harassment. The complainant advised that they received a phone call from a person that never said anything, they would only breathe heavily. The complainant stated that they felt intimidated by the behavior and wanted a report filed.

A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to report that her identity was used for person(s) unknown to apply for unemployment benefits. A report was taken.

January 10
Deputies went to a residence on Edgington Road in Danville to try to locate an individual that was wanted for felonious assault. The subject, Nicholas A. McDonald, was located and arrested.

Deputies, along with other agencies, were in the area of Waterford Road and Pinkley Road, in Fredericktown, looking for an individual who had just fled from a vehicle pursuit. The suspect, Matthew S. Adams, was observed running from a residence and into the woods. When contact was made with the homeowner, the homeowner advised that Adams had broken into their residence. A report will be made to document the incident.

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