Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Mar 14, 2022




Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Mar 14, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

March 11
A victim/complainant reported that her boyfriend was intoxicated and was pointing a gun at her. The victim/complainant advised that the offender threw her across the room by her hair and threatened to kill her.
Deputies responded and made contact with all parties. The offender, Daniel K. Smith, was arrested and transported to jail. A report was completed for documentation and for court.

A Safety Officer with Kenyon College called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and advised that they had found drug paraphernalia on campus and needed a report filed. A report was filed, the paraphernalia was collected and placed into evidence to be destroyed.

March 12
Deputies were dispatched to a burglary in progress. The complainant stated her alarms were going off in her house. Deputies made entry and determined the residence to be safe.

Deputies and EMS were dispatched to a residence on East Main Street Centerburg, Ohio 43011 on a drug overdose involving a male. Deputies arrived on scene and began an investigation. Subsequent to the investigation illegal drugs were located on the male’s person. The male was transported to the Knox Community Hospital. The narcotics were entered into evidence at the Knox County Sheriff’s Office for pending charges.

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office made contact with a complainant regarding a disturbance at their residence. A deputy made contact with both parties and a report was taken to be sent for prosecutor review.

While on routine patrol a deputy observed two portable toilets that were overturned at Honey Run Park on Hazel Dell Road.

March 13
Deputies made contact with a male on New Delaware Road who was walking in the roadway. The individual was taken to his mother’s house where he was staying. A report was written for documentation purposes because of his mental state.

Unit 1 was traveling eastbound on Johnstown Road. Unit 1 traveled left of center. Unit 2 was traveling westbound and was side-swiped by Unit 1.

March 14
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of 717 N. Sandusky Street in reference to a trespass complaint.

An Officer for Utica Police Department requested a female officer to pat down a female he had detained. A search was conducted and a bubble (a glass drug pipe) was discovered.