Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Apr 25, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)
A complainant called and reported that the neighbor was firing a gun toward her residence. Law Enforcement Officers responded and made contact with all parties involved. The offender, Darlene G. Ruggiero, was arrested and taken to the Knox County Jail without incident.
A complainant advised she was scammed out of $6, 320.00 by an individual representing a doctor working in Israel who is in despair.
Paula Smith was located and arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Mount Vernon Municipal Court. Smith was transported to the Knox County jail where she was released to jail staff.
A complainant reported that her identity has been used to open a Spectrum account without her permission. A report was taken on the complainant’s behalf.
A complainant contacted Knox County Sheriff’s Office regarding a disturbance.
Unit 1 was stopped beyond the stop bar at Columbus Road and Harcourt Road. Unit 1 backed up without looking and struck Unit 2 who was stopped behind them.
Deputies were dispatched to Apple Valley Rd on a report of a domestic disturbance.
Deputies were dispatched to a residence in Howard where a Juvenile had broken into his neighbor’s house. A report was taken and forwarded to the Knox County Juvenile Prosecutor and the Detective Division.
Deputies were dispatched to 16363 Millersburg Road on an underage party. A deputy placed a four-hour wait on the vehicles which were there due to the landowner wanting the vehicles and individuals off of his property. After the time had elapsed, four vehicles were towed from the property. One vehicle a black Ford Ranger was towed to Howard Street Garage. The second and third vehicles a black GMC 2500 and a gray Chevy Impala were towed to On-the-Spot Towing. The final vehicle a red Dodge Ram was towed to Blubaugh Body and Frame. These vehicles were impounded and require a Sheriff’s Office release to obtain the vehicles.