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DANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

June 4

  • Disturbance (verbal argument between individuals) – South Market Street
  • Traffic violation (loud exhaust) – West Main Street

June 5

  • Traffic violation (speed) – West Main Street
  • Civil matter over family personal property – Main Street, Brinkhaven
  • A baggie containing drugs was found lying near the entrance of a local business and was seized to be destroyed – South Market Street
  • Assisted sheriff’s deputy on attempted suicide call – Flat Run Road
  • K-9 unit assisted Mount Vernon police by conducting a sweep of a vehicle for illegal drugs/contraband with positive hit with suspected methamphetamine, heroin and multiple drug paraphernalia discovered
  • Traffic violation (no headlights and no front license plates) – South Market Street
  • Tyler Gregg age 22 of Fredericktown was issued traffic citations for driving under suspension and for no front license plates

June 6

  • Traffic violation (fail to signal) – East Main Street/Hillcrest Drive
  • Traffic violation (no license plate light) – South Market Street
  • Officer dealt with a female who had purchased alcohol at a local business and proceeded to consume the alcohol while still in the business
  • K-9 unit assisted Fredericktown police on attempting to track an individual – Bryant Road/Lucerne Road
  • Disturbance – South Market Street

June 7

  • Traffic violation (broken tailldar Street

June 8

  • Traffic violation (fail to signal) – South Market Street/Orchard Street
  • Dylan Sines age 19 of Danville was issued a traffic citation for driving under suspension and issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Assisted sheriff’s deputy on road rage incident – Chestnut Ridge Road

June 9

  • Two separate traffic violations (speed) – West Main Street

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