KNOX COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
- Deputies were dispatched to Columbus Rd. on a possible domestic violence situation. Deputies conducted an investigation when they arrived and as a result, they arrested Stephen James McClellan for domestic violence and endangering children. McClellan was handcuffed and transported to the Knox County Jail.
- The complainant reported several lines of credit had been opened using his personal information. A report was made for documentation.
- A deputy was dispatched to Crooked Rd. in Butler to investigate a theft. The complainant report he had the keys from several pieces of farm equipment stolen. There are no suspects at this time.
- The complainant reported she turned in her old to Verizon in Sunbury and has had two unknown charges made on her debit card since then. She said she did not make those charges.
- The complainant reported to the KCSO some one had used his bank account information to ma a purchase of $328.14 from his account.
- Deputies took a theft report from a business on Harcourt Rd. the complainant advised an unknown person had used his old bank card information to place a food order. An investigation is pending.
- Deputies located Mitchell Billman who was wanted for an outstanding warrant. Billman was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail.
- A traffic stop was initiated on a vehicle for several different moving violations. The deputy noticed signs of impairment of the driver, Lloyd Ray who failed a field sobriety test. He was arrested for OVI. Ray also received citations for possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, and open container. Ray was transported to the Knox County Jail.
- The complainant reported her son was hit twice in the face by his live-in girlfriend. When the deputies arrived it was determined the son, William Joseph Hinds, was determined to be the primary physical aggressor and was placed under arrest for domestic violence and assault.
- An officer conducted a traffic stop for a traffic violation. The driver of the vehicle,Timothy J. Proszek, was arrested for OVI.