Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Sep 19, 2022




Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Sep 19, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

September 17
A complainant advised, that sometime today, someone vandalized the phone junction box at her neighbor’s residence and it took out her phone/internet.

A complainant advised he found a Trek electric bicycle at his shop. The bicycle was taken to the Sheriff’s Office for safekeeping.

September 18
A deputy was dispatched to the 12000 block of Old Mansfield Road on the report of a male that had left the residence and was possibly suicidal. Deputies responded and made contact with the complainant.

A deputy was dispatched to a location on Coshocton Road on the report of a disturbance. Deputies responded and made contact with all parties involved.

Deputies responded to a call located on Millersburg Road. Upon arrival, deputies separated the parties. The parties were warned on there conduct and a report was filed to document the incident.

Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Vincent Road on a possible domestic violence. After interviewing both parties involved, deputies determined that they would be separated for the evening and a report would be written and sent to the City Law Director’s Office for review.

September 19
Deputies responded to a business on Columbus Road on a possible structure fire. The Mount Vernon Fire Department was dispatched and tended to the fire. Contact was made with the Property/Manager of the business and a report was written for documentation purposes.

Deputies responded to the 400 block of Floralwood Drive in reference to a domestic incident. After the Deputies investigation, a report was filed and will be sent to the law director for further review of potential charges.