Mount Vernon Police Register – Nov 29, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Mount Vernon Police Department)
An officer was notified to make contact with the clerk of courts in reference to a fraud case. Upon the deputy’s arrival, he was notified about a fraud that took place on August 18, 2021. This case is under investigation.
An officer responded to Ohio Rental located on Columbus Road on a report of a deer struck by a vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with a complainant. The complainant advised that his son struck a deer next to that business that morning. His son did not make a crash report because he was advised by either dispatch or a police officer that he did not need one for a deer. One wounded deer was located approximately 50 feet west of the roadway. The officer dispatched it with one round from his duty pistol. A deer carcass receipt was provided to the complainant and he collected the deer carcass. The officer logged his information through dispatch and he turned the deer carcass receipt copy into the Mount Vernon Police Department administration. A report was taken for documentation purposes.
Town Center Petroleum, located on North Sandusky Street, reported that they had found a baggie of drugs on their property. The drugs were secured in an evidence locker at the Mount Vernon Police Department to be destroyed.
Officers responded to the Comfort Inn on Howard Street for a break-in and theft of belongings from a hotel guest. There are currently no suspects. The investigation continues.
Units responded to the Holiday Express for a disturbance. David Cross was
arrested for public indecency.
An officer was dispatched to Knox Community Hospital located on Coshocton Avenue in reference to a theft.
An employee for a business on Coshocton Avenue reported a theft. The male was identified as Robert Keefe and was charged with theft. A report was filed.
A male reported that his storage unit was broken into overnight. A report was filed.
A female who lives on Walnut Street reported a theft from her vehicle. A report was filed.
A complainant reported that she found a Dodge fob either at Kroger, Walmart, or Dollar Tree on November 24, 2021. She stated she went back to each location attempting to locate the vehicle but was unsuccessful. An officer collected the keys and they were placed into found property at the Mount Vernon Police Department. A report was filed.
Units were dispatched to Dollar General on Parrot Street in reference to a theft.
An officer was dispatched to the 800 block of West Chestnut Street for a theft. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the complainant who advised that they had a cell phone and wallet stolen from their residence. The
complainants advised the officer of who they suspected stole their property. The officer made contact with the suspect and he denied taking the property. Statements were collected, an investigation is pending.
Gregory Armstrong was cited for failure to control/weaving course.
Thomas N. Oakes was cited for failure to yield making a left turn.
Ashley M. Doyle was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Austin D. Schnars was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Levi D. Cunningham was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Joshua Schoonover was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
April A. Stoutenburgh was cited for operator/chauffeur license required.
Frank L. Lewis was cited for expired license plates.
Randi N. Yacono was cited for driving under an OVI suspension.
Robert E. Stopher was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
Brody R. Shumate was cited for a temporary permit without a licensed driver.
Aaron J. Hairston was cited for driving under the influence and refusing chemical tests with previous.
Nathan Parke was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Jeremy A. Blankenship was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
Ricky L. Knuckles Jr. was cited for failure to control, stopping after an accident on public roads or highways and driving under the influence.
Melissa D. Macaulay was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
Santiago A.P. Almaraz was cited for operator/chauffeur license required.
Bradlee Neitzelt was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
Lucas J. Bailey was cited for expired license plates.