Mount Vernon Police Register – Jun 13, 2022



Mount Vernon Police Register – Jun 13, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Mount Vernon Police Department)

 

Offenses

June 8
An officer was dispatched to a fraud complaint. The complainant stated a credit card was mailed to her old address and an unknown person made unauthorized charges on it.

An officer was dispatched to a trespassing complaint on North McKenzie Street. Contact was made with William Joiner and he was advised to leave and if he returned he could be charged with Criminal Trespass. William left and a short time later I located William back at the residence. William was placed under arrest and charged with Criminal Trespass. He was taken to the Knox County Jail.

An officer was dispatched to Harbor Freight at 993 Coshocton Avenue for a theft of a bicycle. A report will be sent to the Knox County Prosecutor for review.

An officer was dispatched to a harassment complaint. The complainant stated a male was harassing her 15-year-old son while he was at work. An investigation is pending.

Officers were dispatched to Super 8 Motel at 1000 Coshocton Avenue in reference to a domestic violence. One mail suspect was incarcerated. Nothing further.

June 9
Units took a report of identity theft on a person. Nothing further.

June 10
Units were dispatched to Harcourt Road in reference to a disturbance. Nothing further.

June 11
Officers responded to Walmart located at 1575 Coshocton Avenue, Mount Vernon, OH on a report of a disturbance involving a male making threats to harm their employees. One male suspect was located on Coshocton Avenue, arrested, and transported to the Knox County Jail. Case closed.

June 12
Units were dispatched to Ron’s Pizza in reference to a suspicious male. Nothing further.

Arrests/Citations

June 8
Stephen Deshong was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
William M. Joiner was charged with criminal trespass.
Derek S. Weber was charged with disrupting public service, assault, domestic violence.
Kathy D. Workman was cited for failure to control/weaving course.
Patricia A. Rine was cited for failure to control/weaving course.
Camryn R. Allerding was cited for 25mph except State Route outside business districts and alleys.
Gregory S. Reynolds was cited for 25mph except State Route outside business districts and alleys.
Christian Reynolds was cited for 25mph except State Route outside business districts and alleys.
Benjamin J. Ballmer was cited for 25mph except State Route outside business districts and alleys.

June 9
Amanda R. Harris was cited for 25mph except State Route outside business districts and alleys.
Esta J. Boucher was cited for operation at a stop sign.
Sanda L. Smith was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
Cassie M. Daley was cited for DUS – 12-point suspension and fictitious plates.
Sandra L. Smith was cited for starting and backing.
Rachel L. Starmer was cited for starting and backing.
Kimberly R. Mason was cited for starting and backing.
Jeremiah W. Rodden was cited for operation at a stop sign.
Marc K. Asher was cited for failure to reinstate.

June 10
Gilmar Hernandez was charged with OVI – under the influence.
Scott W. Deckard was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Carolynne Lehmkuhl was cited for operation at a stop sign.
Brandi M. Bowen was cited for expired or unlawful license plates.
Connell W. Frazee was cited for failure to reinstate and driving an unsafe vehicle.
Michael A. Mann was cited for driving left of center.
Jesse C. Ray was cited for expired license plates.

June 11
Jose A. Cornell was cited for drive in marked/continuous lines and weaving within own lane.
Gilmar Hernandez was cited for stopping after an accident on public roads, starting and backing vehicles, operator/chauffeur license required and OVI-under the influence.
Garrett B. Kline was cited for right of way when turning left.

June 12
Gabiel K. Baustista was cited for expired license plates and temp permit without a licensed driver.
Nyle B. Hill was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.