Fredericktown Weekly Police Report – Sep 24, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Fredericktown Police Department)
Commercial alarm on North Main Street.
Civil matter on West First Street.
Mental health-related call on Montgomery Road.
Traffic complaint on North Main Street.
Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Cassell Road.… Read full story
COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol joined forces with other members of the 6-State Trooper Project to focus on criminal patrol enforcement last week. During the project, 9,859 grams of marijuana was removed from Ohio’s roadways. Additionally, seven people were arrested on felony marijuana charges and 57 others were charged with other felony drug arrests.… Read full story
(NEWARK, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Gov. Mike DeWine and Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp today announced the completion of an investigation that uncovered a methamphetamine distribution operation in Licking County.
“This alarming quantity of meth is representative of the increasing trend seen by law enforcement – ‘one pot’ labs are being displaced by traffickers who distribute death in bulk,” Yost said.… Read full story
Danville/Brinkhaven Police Report – Sep 21, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Danville Police Department)
Unruly juvenile – South Market Street
Menacing – West Rambo Street
Charles R. Gibson Jr. age 54 of Berrien Springs, Michigan was issued a traffic citation for no driver’s license
Trespassing – East Walnut Street
Responded to the report of a male yelling at a bicyclist on the bike path causing concern for safety
Assisted a citizen whose vehicle had broken down by giving the citizen a ride – Hunter Road
Citizen assist – High Street
Assisted a sheriff’s deputy on a disturbance call – Zion Road
Assisted a sheriff’s deputy on a disturbance call – Mohican Reservation, Walley Road
Suspicious person – South Market & Ross Street
Officer discovered a small toddler on the roadway on Ross Street and assisted in getting the toddler to safety.… Read full story
(MOUNT VERNON) – The Knox County Grand Jury indicted twelve defendants on Monday, bringing this year’s total number of felony cases to 220. According to Prosecutor McConville, this puts 2021 on pace for 300 cases, which has been about average in recent years.… Read full story
Miranda Woods, 30, of Mount Vernon, was sentenced to an indefinite term of six to nine years for a felonious assault that occurred in July 2020. Woods caused serious physical harm to her mother-in-law after attacking her with a knife and breaking a glass blender pitcher over her head.
Mount Vernon Police Register – Sep 20, 2021
(Information courtesy of The Mount Vernon Police Department)
An officer responded to 5 North Gay Street on a report of vandalism that occurred on September 11th at Lowes. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the complainant who stated that someone struck her vehicle with a shopping cart.… Read full story