Mount Vernon Police Register – Mar 21, 2022



Mount Vernon Police Register – Mar 21, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Mount Vernon Police Department)

 

Offenses

March 16
Tyler Stoller was charged with theft and placed in jail on a probation holder.

March 17
Units were dispatched to Follin Avenue apartments for a burglary in process. Nothing further.

An officer responded to Hamtramck Street in reference to a possible TPO violation. Nothing further at this time.

March 18
An officer responded to West Vine Street on an alleged breaking and entering complaint. The suspect was unknown at the time of this report. This investigation has been closed. In the event that a suspect is discovered this investigation will be re-opened.

An officer responded to Prospect Street on a report of an abandoned vehicle. Howard Street Towing collected the vehicle and it was transported to their impound lot.

March 20
An officer responded to a harassment complaint on North Gay Street. A report was filed for this alleged incident. The victim did not want to pursue charges. She was provided information on how to file for a protection order. This investigation has been closed.

An officer responded to Howard Street in reference to a domestic violence. A warrant was issued for the suspect. Nothing further at this time.

Units were dispatched to the 400 block of South Elm Street for a vandalism. The caller stated that somebody tried setting her shed on fire, but it only burned part of the plastic tarp.

 

Arrests/Citations

March 16
Joseph W. Sevits was cited for expired license plates.
Amber L. Welch was cited for changing lanes without safety.
Paul L. Williams was cited for driving under an OVI suspension.

March 17
Andrew Ellis was cited for FRA and random verification suspension.
Kenny L. Peden was cited for failure to control.
Selena D. Lacey was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
Amy J. Burrows was cited for signal before changing course.
Ben L. Woolison was cited for OVI – under the influence.

March 18
Keith C. Bradenburg was charged with obstructing official business, OVI – under the influence, OVI – refuse chemical test with previous, driving under OVI suspension and resisting arrest.
Jamie R. Losh was cited for exhaust system required and driving under suspension.
Christopher Peugh was cited for red light.

March 19
Courtney Crowell was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Robert J. Snyder was cited for driving under suspension/revocation and fictitious plates.
Constance M. Pikaart was cited for expired license plates.

March 20
Timothy W. Kromoff was cited for FRA and random verification suspension.
Dylan T. Taylor was cited for expired license plates.
Severino Z. Zarate was cited for operator/chauffeur license required.