Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Jul 29, 2022




Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Jul 29, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

July 28
A fair board member notified the Sheriff’s Office of a fight that resulted in property damage to fair property. The company that employed the subjects involved advised they would pay for the damaged property. None of the subjects involved in the fight wanted to pursue charges. Three subjects involved were ejected from the fair.

Deputies took a report of threats involving juveniles in the 600 block of Courtland Drive Howard, Ohio 43028.

Deputies were dispatched to a disturbance on Morgan Center Road Mount Vernon OH, 43050. The complainant stated that their ex was on the property and would not leave and requested that Deputes remove them from the property. After speaking with all parties the ex was removed and trespassed from the property without incident.

A complainant called and advised there was an injured deer on the side of Old Delaware Road near Cochran Road. The deer was dispatched with one service issued 9mm round and a report was made for documentation.

A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to report that one of their personal checks had been stolen from their mailbox or while in process with the U.S Postal Service. The complainant stated that someone had then altered the check for an amount other than the original. A report was filed and is under investigation.

A detective from the Zanesville Police Department requested Slylie Wolfe be arrested on an outstanding nationwide warrant. Deputies arrived at Riverside Recovery, 522 Wooster Rd, Mount Vernon, OH 43050 and arrested Skylie on her outstanding warrant. A Deputy handcuffed Skylie, gapped and double locked, and transported Skylie to State Route 586 and Baker Road and Skylie was turned over the Zanesville Police Department. The Deputies used body cams. Nothing further

July 29
Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies were advised of an active structure fire on Short Road. Upon arrival of deputies, an unoccupied structure was fully engulfed and fire personnel were on the scene. The property owner was notified and an investigation is ongoing.

While conducting a traffic stop, the defendant fled from the deputy and pulled into a residence on the north end of Mount Vernon. After multiple commands, the defendant was arrested for OVI, and speed. A loaded firearm was located in the vehicle and it was seized as evidence. The defendant was taken to the Knox County Jail without incident.