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FREDERICKTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 23

  • Commercial alarm on South Main Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on North Liberty Road.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Mount Gilead Road.
  • Vehicle unlock on Mill Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Cassell Road.
  • Disturbance on Salem Avenue.
  • Theft on South Main Street.
  • Disturbance on West Sandusky Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Netherland Road.

May 24

  • Civil matter on Mount Gilead Road.
  • Disturbance on East Fourth Street.
  • Sherrisha K. Tilton, Mansfield, citation for speed on State Route 13.

May 25

  • Animal related complaint on North Main Street.
  • 911 hang-up on Burgett Drive.
  • Non-injury crash on Posey Drive.
  • Disturbance on West Sandusky Street.
  • Prisoner relay (Morrow County) on Mount Gilead Road.
  • Glenn Millar, Wooster, citation for speed on State Route 13.

May 26

  • Animal related complaint on East Fourth Street.
  • Harassment on Village Parkway.
  • Welfare check on East Fourth Street.
  • Joshua D. Schoonover, Fredericktown, citation for driving under suspension on Mount Vernon Avenue.
  • Noah D.D. Townsend, Royal Oak, Michigan, citation for speed on State Route 13.

May 27

  • Commercial alarm on Village Parkway.
  • Disturbance on East Fourth Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Ankenytown Road.
  • Disturbance on High Street.
  • Juvenile related complaint on North Mulberry Street.

May 28

  • Traffic complaint on West First Street.
  • Civil matter on West Second Street.

May 29

  • Suspicious vehicle on Bollinger Drive.
  • Civil matter on Ebersole Avenue.
  • Disabled vehicle on State Route 13.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Gilmore Road.
  • Shyla D. Brock, Thornville, citation for speed on State Route 13.
  • Ronald J. Beatty, Mount Vernon, citation for speed on State Route 13.

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