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Jan. 10

  • The complainant reported a male fired a gun from his vehicle window. Another complainant reported a male pulled into his driveway but did not have a gun in the vehicle. The area was searched but the suspect was not found.
  • The complainant came to the KCSO and reported he had not seen his friend, John L. Frazee, for several years and believed something might have happened to him. After several sources were checked, Frazee was entered into the National Crime Information Center as missing.

Jan. 11

  • Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Grandview Dr. in Mount Vernon for a domestic violence incident. The complainant/victim stated Wayne E. Reynolds, shoved her and spit blood in her face. Reynolds also shoved a second victim. Statements were collected from the victims and Reynolds was arrested for domestic violence and assault.
  • The victim/complainant came to the KCSO to report an unknown suspect entered his residence and stole two firearms and some coins. A deputy took the report and the firearms were entered into LEADS as stolen.
  • A deputy was dispatched to Chapel Rd. in Danville on a report of stolen mail. The complainant advised unknown person(s) had taken the mail from her mailbox. A report was made to document the incident. The suspect is unknown at this time.
  • A deputy was dispatched to Danville Commons on a report of a possible burglary. The deputy made contact with the complainant and co-complainant.

Jan. 12

  • A deputy was approached by a Cewnterburg resident who said her car had been broken into. She said some change was missing and various compartments had been rummaged through. A report was taken to document the incident. There is no suspect at this time.
  • Dispatch advised a deputy that Cyle Cunningham was at a N. Sandusky St. address. Cunningham was said to have an active warrant for his arrest. Deputies confronted Cunningham and arrested him on the warrant. He was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.
  • A traffic stop was initiated on Coshocton Rd. for a moving violation. During contact with the driver signs of impairment were noticed by the deputy. After the driver - Tyler Gregg - failed field sobriety tests, he was arrested for OVI and transported to the Knox County Jail.

Jan. 13

  • Kenyon College Campus Safety locate4d marijuana drug paraphernalia on campus property. A deputy collected the items and marked them for destruction.

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