Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 13, 2021




Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 13, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

October 10
A complainant advised someone had stolen the catalytic converters from two of his vehicles which were on his property. A report was made on the complainant’s behalf and the suspect(s) are unknown at this time.

October 11
A deputy was on patrol in the county of Knox. The deputy overheard on the radio that officers were looking for a vehicle that they thought had an individual in it with an outstanding warrant.

October 12
Multiple complainants called and advised that a female was at a local sports facility and they believed that she was impaired due to her actions and behavior. MVPD and KCSO units responded to the area and made contact with the female before she drove off of the premises. The driver, Sheila M. Lambert, was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail where she was given a citation for OVI and released to the custody and care of a sober person.

Knox County Dispatch transferred a phone call to a Knox County Deputy in reference to an adult female finding a juvenile female with a severe laceration on her arm. The adult female advised the Deputy that she was at the Knox Community Hospital with the juvenile and wanted a Deputy to come to speak with the juvenile. Another Deputy was contacted who arrived at the hospital to speak with the juvenile and found it was an apparent suicide attempt. A report was filed.

Thomas Higgins was arrested on a failure to appear warrants from the Knox County Common Pleas Court and Knox County Juvenile Court.

October 13
Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Johnsville Road on a possible domestic violence incident. Deputies arrived and spoke to all parties on the scene. The altercation did not rise to the level of charges being filed. Deputies collected verbal statements from all involved parties and transported a male from the scene to a residence in Centerburg to separate the parties. This report will be forwarded to the individual’s probation officer.

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