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FREDERICKTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 20

  • Animal related complaint on Tuttle Avenue.
  • Disturbance on East First Street.
  • 911 hang-up on Boyd Street.
  • Harassment complaint on South Main Street.
  • Assisted the Fredericktown EMS on Posey Drive.
  • Suspicious person(s) on South Main Street.
  • 911 hang-up on North Main Street.

Sept. 21

  • Suspicious vehicle on Tuttle Avenue.
  • Suspicious person(s) on South Main Street.
  • Found property (ammunition) on South Main Street.
  • Assisted the Fredericktown EMS on Watson Street.
  • Commercial alarm on Salem Avenue Extension.
  • Suspicious person(s) on Cassell Road.
  • Morgan A. Brass, New York, New York, citation for speed on State Route 13.

Sept. 22

  • Parking complaint on East Sandusky Street.
  • Traffic complaint on Zolman Road.
  • Found property (wallet) on West Sandusky Street.
  • Assisted the Knox County Sheriff’s Office two separate times on Buena Vista Drive.
  • Austin T. Gamble, Mount Vernon, citation for speed, reckless operation, possession of marihuana and possession of marihuana paraphernalia on State Route 13.

Sept. 23

  • Suspicious vehicle on South Chestnut Street.
  • Civil matter on East Sandusky Street.

Sept. 24

  • Welfare check on Simons Avenue.
  • Welfare check on Posey Drive.
  • Traffic complaint on West Sandusky Street.
  • Two separate civil matters on West Sandusky Street.
  • Suspicious person(s) on Stadium Drive.
  • Disabled vehicle on State Route 13.
  • David A. Dumbaugh, Fredericktown, citation for speed on South Main Street.

Sept. 25

  • Parking complaint on South Chestnut Street.
  • Welfare check on East Fourth Street.
  • Welfare check on Colony Drive.
  • Disturbance on South Main Street.
  • Suspicious person(s) on Burgett Drive.
  • Animal related complaint on North Edgehill Drive.

Sept. 26

  • Vandalism complaint on Burgett Drive.
  • Vehicle unlock on South Main Street.
  • Juvenile related complaint on Malibu Circle.
  • Suspicious person(s) on North Main Street.

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