Knox County Sheriff’s Office Inmate List

Jail Inmate List
ADAMS, MATTHEW
ALVARENGA-ALBERTO, JUAN
BALCOM, ROBERT
BALL, JOSEPH
BALL, MICHAEL
BEEMAN, JOSHUA
BETHEA, CALVIN
CARPER, TIMOTHY
CARSON, CRAIG
COMPTON, PAUL
COOK, ANDREW
COOPER, RYAN
CREECH, BRIAN
DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER
DEAN, JARON
DERALEAU, CHRISTOPHER
DOONE, TRISTIN
FOX, LARRY
GARRAD, STEVEN
GLICK, THOMAS
GRAHAM-WOODS, JERIME
HALL, EDWIN
HALL, MICHAEL
HOGAN, JASON
HULL, CURTIS
HUMPHREY, ROBERT
HUVLER, AARON
KAUFFMAN, CAMBRA
KIDD, KEVIN
LUMBATIS, JASON
MARTI, ALEXANDER
MARTIN, BRANDON
MAY, BRANDON
MCCOY, DAVID JR
MCPEAK, ISAIAH
MILLER, TRAVIS
MOORE, JACOB
PETERSON, CODY
PIGG, NICHOLAS
PITTMAN, JUSTIN
PLIKERD, ANDRE
POSEY, EYAN
SARGE, CALEB
SAUNDERS, ADAM
SHOEMAKER, KONNOR
SMITH, DANA
SMITH, TYLER
STAGG, LUCAS
STEVENS, JASON
SWINT, ROBERT
WARD, THOMAS
WARDROP, JESSICA
WEAVER, LOGAN
WHEELER, ALLEN
WILHELM, RANDY
WOHLEVER, TERRANCE
WOODS, MIRANDA
Total Count 57

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AG Yost Initiates Suspension Proceedings for Indicted Cleveland City Councilman

(CLEVELAND, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today filed a request to commence suspension proceedings against Kenneth Johnson, a Cleveland City Council member facing corruption charges.

“Sadly, it’s become routine for us to initiate suspension proceedings for indicted city council members – Ohioans deserve representation free of public corruption and we must constrain those that abuse their power,” Yost said.

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Brown Reintroduces Legislation to Prevent Seizure of Patients’ Bank Accounts, Wages During Covid-19 Pandemic

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) reintroduced the COVID-19 Medical Debt Collection Relief Act, legislation to prevent healthcare providers from taking drastic steps to collect medical debts from patients – including seizing bank accounts and garnishing wages – during the COVID-19 pandemic.… Read full story

Executive Order Signed

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed the following Executive Order:

Executive Order 2021-03D: Continuance and Reauthorization of the Ohio Statewide Independent Living Council.

The Ohio Statewide Independent Living Council was established in 1992 by amendments to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and is responsible for the development, implementation, and monitoring of the State Plan for Independent Living.… Read full story

BBB Scam Alert: Scammers Use Changing Visa Rules to Phish for Personal Information

 

The White House recently revoked the freeze on many types of U.S. visas and announced new immigration legislation. But like all big news stories, the situation has created new opportunities for scammers. With many people confused by changing immigration regulations, con artists are preying on visa-seekers by posing as U.S.… Read full story

Governor DeWine Announces Foster Care Initiatives in Executive Budget Proposal

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today detailed the foster care initiatives in his proposed Executive Budget for Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023. The initiatives focus on improving the state’s foster care system, expanding existing programs and children services, and prioritizing the best interests of children.… Read full story

Danville/Brinkhaven Police Report – Feb 26, 2021

Danville/Brinkhaven Police Report – Feb 26, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Danville Police Department)

February 19
Business alarm – in the 700 block of South Market Street
Medical alarm – in the 200 block of East Walnut Street
Suspicious person – Cavallo Road and McElroy Road

February 20
Disturbance – in the 10 block of West Rambo Street
K-9 unit conducted a sweep of a vehicle for the presence of illegal drugs/contraband w/positive hit – West Rambo Street
Assisted Ohio State Patrol on traffic stop – East Main Street

February 21
Disturbance – in the 400 block of Earlmick Street

February 22
Found an unsecured business – in the 700 block of South Market Street
Assisted EMTs – in the 20 block of West Washington Street

February 23
Assisted EMTs – in the 700 block of South Market Street
$45.02 gas drive-off from a convenient store – South Market Street

February 24
Responded to a report from a citizen who observed a door standing open on a residence and stood by securing the scene until a deputy arrived then units checked the home and found it to be okay – in the 12000 block of McElroy Road
Received a voice mail expressing concern over the welfare of an elderly citizen who appeared to be lost.… Read full story