Mount Vernon Police Register – Oct 25, 2021




Mount Vernon Police Register – Oct 25, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Mount Vernon Police Department)

 

Offenses

October 20
A business on Coshocton Avenue reported a fraud. A report was filed.

An officer responded to a harassment complaint at the Mount Vernon Police Department.

October 21
An officer responded to a vandalism complaint on West Vine Street.

October 22
An officer responded to the Siemen’s Guard Shack on North Sandusky Street. An investigation is pending. Several suspects are known.

An officer responded to West Gambier Street on a possible burglary. Damage was found on the front door, no entry was made in the residence, one bike was stolen from the back yard. A report was taken for documentation purposes.

An officer responded to McGibney Road in reference to a threats call. A report was taken and is currently under further investigation.

October 23
Officers were dispatched to Coshocton Avenue on a disturbance. Upon arrival, a male was located with a warrant. The male was arrested and transported to Knox County Jail without incident.

Officers were dispatched to Shirley Avenue on a reported disturbance. Upon arrival, an officer spoke to a male in one of the apartments. The male was transported to Knox Community Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

An officer handled a theft complaint over the phone.

Arrests/Citations

October 20
Michael E. Beaver was cited for failure to control.
Kenneth J. Marker was cited for red light.
Claire Geiger was cited for driving onto the road/duty to yield.
Toby G. Holt was cited for no motorcycle endorsement/permit.
Komptan M. Kegley was cited for operator/chauffeur license required.

October 21
James King was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Jeremy L. Hayes was cited for red light.

October 23
Del Lee Beltz was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Jennifer A. Norris was cited for driving under suspension.
Kyle Bartok Bell was cited for driving under suspension.

October 24
Robert G. Rafferty was cited for failure to yield when turning left.

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