MOUNT VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Crash Report 

  • Nov. 24 – Adam R. Moore was traveling southbound through the Valley Plaza parking lot when he struck a concrete light post support with the left front corner of his vehicle. Moore said he was distracted by his infant child in the back seat of the car. No damage was observed the concrete post.
  • Nov. 25 – Nathaniel Coker was traveling at a high rate of speed on Highland Drive. He lost control of his vehicle while attempting to negotiate a curve and struck a tree. Coker was cited for failure to control/weaving. There were no reported injuries.
  • Nov. 25– Cody CD. Blanton was pulling into a parking spot in a Coshocton Ave. business’s parking lot when it struck a vehicle owned by David Justin Cooper. Cooper’s vehicle was unoccupied. Blanton was cited for failure to control.
  • Nov. 26 – Rachel L. Starmer was traveling southbound on East Street. Kelly J. Coontz was traveling westbound on Howard Street. Starmer failed to yield the right of way to Coontz from a stop sign striking Coontz in the right side. Starmer was cited for running a stop sign. No injuries were reported.

Arrest and Citations

  • Nov.13 – Steven Thompson, 25, unknown address, was arrested and charged with 1 count of theft.
  • Nov. 21 – Lacie Peters, 39, E. Pleasant St. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation and for fictitious license plates.
  • Nov. 21 – Genevieve Daniels, 19, Ridgewood Ave. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation and for fictitious license plates.
  • Nov. 21 – Debra McCoy, 65, Columbus Rd. was cited for running a stop sign.
  • Nov. 21 – Avery Smith, 24, N. Main St. was arrested and charged with one count of theft.
  • Nov. 22 – Matthew Will, 43, N. Center St. was cited for littering from a motor vehicle.
  • Nov. 23 – Kristy Roesing, 27, Oakway Dr. was cited for driving under FRA suspension.
  • Nov. 23 – Dawn Stanley, 39 N. Division St. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
  • Nov. 23 – Heidi Miller, 26, Fredericktown, was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
  • Nov. 23 – Victoria Sheldon, 30, Melick St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension and for expired or unlawful plates.
  • Nov.24 – Ryan Dewyze, 34, W/ Pleasant St. was arrested and charged with theft and criminal trespass.
  • Nov.24 – Lee Schuch, 26, W. Vine St. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation, expired or unlawful plates, and for fictitious plates.
  • Nov. 25 – Edward Horn, 59, E. High St. was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
  • Nov. 25 – Nathaniel Coker, 17, Eastgate Dr. was cited for failure to control/weaving course.
  • Nov. 25 – Cody Blanton, 32, Cardington, was cited for failure to control weaving course.
  • Nov. 25 – Tammy Creech, 46, Johnstown Rd. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
  • Nov. 25 – Andrew Ellis, 46, Howard St. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
  • Nov.25 – Kourtney Love, 35, Mansfield, was cited for driving under suspension/revocation. She was also charged with drug paraphernalia offenses.
  • Nov. 26 – Brittany Harris, 22, Mansfield, was charged with drug paraphernalia offenses.
  • Nov. 26 – Christopher Goudy, 26, McGibney Rd. was cited for driving under an FRA suspension.
  • Nov. 26 – Rachel Starmer, 22, N. Catherine St. was cited for failure to yield at a stop sign.
  • Nov. 26 – Thomas Stoneburner, 19, Fairmont Ave. was arrested and charged with one count of theft.

Incident Report

  • Nov. 24 – An officer responded to a Coshocton Ave. business in reference to a theft. A Loss Prevention employee stated that he observed Ryan Dewyze in the grocery department select items and placing them in his shirt pocket. Dewyze walked to the front of the store and abandoned the cart next to the registers then walked to the back of the store. He then returned to the front of the store and got in line at register 18. Dewyze left the cart and groceries in line and exited the store. He returned and took possession of the cart with the groceries and walked past the last point of sale. He was stopped by the Loss Prevention employee just before he exited the last set of doors. Dewyze left the cart and entered a red SUV. The officer located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. Dewyze was sitting in the passenger seat. Dewyzw was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail. He was charged with petty theft and criminal trespass. Dewyze was found trespassing previously at the business but refused to sign the trespass form at that time. Because of his past history, no bond was set.
  • Nov. 26 – Units were dispatched to a residence on W. Burgess St. in reference to a drug overdose. The Mount Vernon Fire Dept. also responded and administered Narcan. tmale then started to become responsive. He was then transported to KCH. Charges are possible for drug abuse instruments located at the scene.
  • Nov. 26 – Units were dispatched to an area on W.; Vine St. in reference to a disturbance. Dispatch advised a male was trying to run over a female with his car. Upon arrival, the complainant advised a male and female were fighting in the yard and the male tried to run over the female with his car. Another complainant said the male pulled a knife on him. Units were able to find the suspect and secure him. He was taken into custody for a probation violation. Other charges are pending.
  • Nov. 26 – Two officers responded to a disturbance on East Chestnut St. One of the parties said a second party had stolen items from him. A report was taken on the alleged theft. A copy of this report will be forwarded to the Knox County Juvenile prospector for possible charges,
  • Nov. 26 – Two officers responded to Coshocton Ave. business in reference to a theft. A Loss Prevention employee stated he observed the suspect conceal an item in his shirt pocket. The employee watched the suspect and two friends walk past the last point of sale and stopped them He found a bottle of Old Smoky Moonshine in the suspect’s pocket. Hewas advised of his Miranda rights and said he understood them. The suspect was issued a summons for petty theft and for criminal trespass.
  • Nov. 26 – An officer responded to a Coshocton Ave. business in reference to a theft. The Loss Prevention employee stated he observed a male in the houseware department conceal an item in his shirt pocket. The suspect then exited the store without paying for the item. The suspect has not been located at this time.

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