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FREDERICKTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

Nov. 14

  • Injury crash on East Sandusky Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Mount Gilead Road.
  • Disturbance on Elizabeth Street.
  • Disturbance on West First Street.
  • Autumn T. Wolfe, Fredericktown, citation for failure to yield when turning left on East Sandusky Street.

Nov. 15

  • Civil matter on Watson Street.
  • Welfare check on East College Street.
  • Nuisance violation letter issued on East Fourth Street.
  • Disturbance on Colony Drive.
  • Parking complaint on Butler Boulevard.
  • Noah D. Trimble, London, was charged with Domestic Violence.

Nov. 16

  • Theft report on Salem Road.
  • Disturbance on South Main Street.
  • Belinda R. Marcum, Utica, citation for speed on State Route 13.

Nov. 17

  • Suspicious vehicle on East Fourth Street.
  • Juvenile related complaint on Susan Street.
  • Harassment on East Fourth Street.
  • Suspicious person on Eden Avenue.
  • Vehicle unlock on Columbus Road.

Nov. 18

  • Juvenile related call on Montgomery Road.
  • Non-injury crash on West Sandusky Street.
  • Harassment on East Fourth Street.
  • Disturbance on West First Street.
  • Andrew E. Brown, Mount Vernon, citation for speed on State Route 13.

Nov. 19

  • Animal related complaint on East Sixth Street.
  • Civil matter on Struble Circle.
  • Assisted the Fredericktown Street Department on East Fourth Street.
  • Non-injury crash on South Main Street.
  • Theft report on West Sandusky Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Gilmore Road.
  • Joshua D. Schoonover, Fredericktown, was charged with Criminal Damaging.

Nov. 20

  • Welfare check on West First Street.
  • Assisted the Fredericktown EMS on Montgomery Road.
  • Disturbance on West First Street.
  • Animal related complaint on South Edgehill Drive.
  • Mackenzie E.J. Adrean, Westerville, citation for speed on Salem Avenue

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