Robert R. Burris, 52, of Mount Vernon was charged with disorderly conduct Monday evening after getting into a fight at Alison’s Finer Diner.
Jeffrey A. Moilanara, 50, of Mount Vernon was also charged with disorderly conduct Monday evening after getting into a fight at Alison’s Finer Diner.
Jennifer Hunter, 42, of Mount Vernon was cited Monday morning for making an improper turn.
Jessica Marsall, 27, of Mount Vernon was charged Monday morning with driving under a suspended license.
Jamie Cremeans, 41, of Mount Vernon was charged Monday night at around 11:10 pm with illegally dumping trash at Foundation Park.
Tyler Shaw was charged Monday at around 2:10 a.m. with drug possession at Banana Joe’s.
William Crego, 65, of Utica was cited Monday morning at the corner of High and Mulberry for backing without assuring it was safe to do so.
Daniel Kehn, Jr., 52, of Butler was cited Monday morning for failing to control his vehicle at the corner of W. Ohio and Mulberry.
Jacob A. Bolton, 39, of Mount Vernon was picked up on a warrant on the 700-block of Follin Avenue.
On Monday morning, Daniel F. Kehn, Jr., 52, of Butler was traveling eastbound on W. Ohio Avenue in a commercial truck with a crane on the rear. He turned south onto S. Mulberry Street but failed to control his turn—which led him to strike an AEP utility pole. Kehn was ticketed for the incident.
On Monday morning, William C Crego, 65, of Utica was backing his 2009 Chevy Silverado out of a parking place in front of the post office on W. High Street. At the same time, Dustin A. Thomas was on W. High Street, stopped in traffic, facing west. Crego did not see him and backed into Thomas’s 1993 Honda Civic. Crego was ticketed for the incident.
On Monday afternoon, Sheliegh Conkle, 40, of Mount Vernon and Heather K. Rauscher, 41, of Walhonding were both facing north on S. Main Street at its intersection with Gambier Street. Conkle was in the turn lane in her 2011 Nissan Altima. Rauscher was beside her in a 2005 Volkswagen Beetle. A semi was trying to turn onto S. Main Street from E. Gambier, which prompted Conkle to back up to avoid being hit by the semi, but when she did so she incidentally struck Rauscher’s vehicle.
At around midnight on Monday, an officer was dispatched to the Children’s Resource Center on a report of two missing juveniles. They had said that they were tired of staying there. They were located at around 12:40 a.m. at the Northpoint Marathon, cited for violating curfew, and returned.
At 1:22 a.m. on Monday, a victim reported that his Hi-Point 9mm was stolen from his apartment in the 700-block of Follin Avenue.
At around 3 a.m. on Monday, a victim reported that 6 5mg oxycodone tablets and 36 1mg Alprazolam tablets were taken from an apartment on the 900-block of W. Chestnut.
While checking out a previous complaint about illegal dumping at Foundation Park on Monday afternoon, an officer found the name of a suspect. He was subsequently charged for the offense.