Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 31, 2022

Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Oct 31, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

October 28
Deputies were dispatched to an assault call at a residence on Columbus Road. Deputies arrived at the residence and spoke with the complainant. The complainant was informed a report was filed and will be sent down to the Prosecutor for review.

October 29
Deputies responded to a disturbance call at a location on Rich Hill Road. Deputies arrived on the scene and spoke with the property owner and an individual was arrested and relayed with Morrow County Sheriff’s Office.

A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to report that they fell victim to a Facebook Market Place scam. A report was filed to document the incident on the complainant’s behalf.

Deputies responded to the 6000 block of Feasel Road in reference to a domestic incident. Upon arrival, Deputies conducted an investigation into the incident. A male suspect and a female victim were identified. The male suspect was placed under arrest and charged with domestic violence.

October 30
A deputy responded to Rescare on West Houck Street in Centerburg because two individuals were causing a disturbance. After arrival, the situation was de-escalated and a statement was collected for documentation.

Dispatch advised that a vehicle was broken into on Thayer Road, and the owner’s purse was stolen from the vehicle.

A complainant advised there were individuals trespassing at the incident location (Pittsburg Avenue).

A complainant advised, overnight, someone took the license plate off her vehicle.

Deputies were dispatched to a residence on East Street in Howard for a welfare check. When deputies arrived on the scene, they made contact with the resident and could hear them calling for help. Deputies breached a window and made contact with the resident who had fallen and been on the floor for over twenty-four hours. Deputies immediately called for EMS and the resident was transported to the hospital for evaluation.

October 31
Deputies encountered an abandoned vehicle in a public area and determined it to be suspicious in nature. Contact with the registered owner was made and an investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a call requesting to check the welfare of an individual. The said individual was located and a report was taken to document the results of the contact that was made.