Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Nov 15, 2022

Knox County Sheriff’s Report – Nov 15, 2022
(Information courtesy of The Knox County Sheriff’s Office)

November 13
Dispatch advised Deputies of an alleged domestic disturbance on Columbus Road.

November 14
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised that an individual was violating a Protection Order while in Knox County Jail by calling the protected party multiple times. An investigation into the accusation will be conducted and a report will be made to document the findings.

A deputy was dispatched to Coshocton Road on found drug paraphernalia. The deputy arrived and collected the paraphernalia and placed it into evidence for destruction. Nothing further at this time.

A deputy was dispatched to investigate a fraud complaint. A complainant stated that a person or persons had attempted to open credit cards in her name at four separate banking locations. The complainant stated she was contacted by a bank stating she needed to report the incident so they can investigate. Nothing further at this time.

A deputy was dispatched to East Wiggin Street for a reported vandalism. Dispatch advised that the incident occurred on 11/12/2022 and they had surveillance video of the incident. The deputy responded and made contact with the complainant.

A complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and reported that an unknown male had come onto their property and removed a basketball hoop without permission.

A report of a suicidal male was reported at a Sycamore Road residence near Brandon. The male individual was transported to the Knox Community Hospital for a mental evaluation.