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April 4

  • Assisted a sheriff’s unit on a suspicious person call – Buckeye Road
  • Unruly juvenile – North Street
  • Assault – South Market Street

April 5

  • Investigated a report of an adult purchasing alcohol for underage Amish individuals
  • Suspicious persons – in the 700 block of East Street

April 6

  • Trash complaint – in the 400 block of South Market Street
  • Assisted Danville EMTs – in the 100 block of East Main Street

April 7

  • Assisted Danville EMTs – in the 100 block of West Rambo Street

April 8

  • Assisted a sheriff’s unit by delivering a no-trespass order to an individual – North Street
  • Business alarm – in the 700 block of South Market Street

April 9

  • Responded to a disturbance call in the Apple Valley Town Center Market parking lot on report of an adult male creating a disturbance and making threats towards individuals indicating that he had a firearm causing panic to these individuals. Ultimately Kevin Looker age 48 of Marysville was arrested for disorderly conduct persist and transported to the Knox County Jail. No firearm was located. The report will be sent to the Prosecutor for possible felony charges of inducing panic

April 10

  • Vandalism – in the 400 block of South Cedar Street

April 11

  • While on patrol an officer observed a male lying face down motionless in a yard in the 200 block of Plum Street. The officer approached the male and discovered the male to be asleep and to be intoxicated. The officer woke the male up and upon speaking with the male discovered him to be 15 years old. The officer then transported the male home to his mother. The report will be sent to the Prosecutor for possible underage drinking charges
  • Assisted the Sheriff’s Office by picking up a lost wallet from an individual who had found it. The wallet was turned over to the Sheriff’s Office so it could be returned to its owner – Jelloway Road
  • Assisted the Danville EMTs – in the 10 block of West Main Street

April 12

  • Vandalism – in the 20 block of West Washington Street

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