Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 24, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)
A complainant came to the Sheriff’s Office to report an assault. A report was taken.
A complainant reported that someone stole her bike.
Deputies responded to an address on New Delaware Road on an inactive domestic violence incident. Deputies arrived on the scene and made contact with both parties. Deputies collected photographs and statements from both parties. The report was sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.
A deputy was dispatched to Kenyon College on found drug paraphernalia. A deputy arrived and collected the paraphernalia. A report was taken and the paraphernalia was placed into evidence for destruction. Nothing further at this time.
Deputies were dispatched to a crash with injury at Newcastle Road and Millersburg Road. A report was taken for documentation and a citation was issued to an at-fault driver.
A complainant reported damage to a church’s mailbox.
A deputy was dispatched to West Scott Lane for a suicidal individual. The deputy responded and made contact with the involved parties.
A complainant stated she was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend the previous night. A report was taken to be sent down to the City Law Director’s Office for review of charges.
A deputy was dispatched to Duff Street for a private property crash. The deputy responded and made contact with the involved parties.
A complainant reported a disturbance, and that shots were fired.
A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to report that a family member’s headstone was knocked over at the St. Luke’s Cemetery on Howard-Danville Road. A report was filed to document the incident.
A vehicle was stopped for turning a large LED light bar on the front of his vehicle while passing oncoming traffic. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested. He was transported to the Knox County Jail and the vehicle he was driving was impounded. A female passenger was issued a summons in lieu of arrest for consuming alcohol while under the age of 21.