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Jan. 25

  • A deputy was dispatched to a house fire on Preston Rfd in Centerburg. The house was partially engulfed when the deputy arrives. Members of the Central Ohio Joint Fire Department advised everyone had made it safely out of the house with no reported injuries. The COJFD put the fire out but it was a total loss. Security tape was placed around the remains of the ouse. It was reported the fire may have started with an oil fire on the stove.
  • The complainant advised the KCSO she received a phone call from someone representing the Social Security Office claiming there was an action against her She gave them her information and wanted a report made.
  • Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Martinsburg Rd. for a burglary in progress. Deputies arrived on the scene and located Ryan C. Bowen and Christi J. McCarty in a pickup truck. Deputies discovered multiple items the were stolen from multiple residences throughout the county. Deputies arrested Bowen and McCarty and transported them to the Knox County Jail where they were handed over to jail staff without incident.
  • While deputies were investigating a burglary in progress property was discovered that belonged to the victim. It was determined this property had been stolen from the victim.
  • The complainant discovered drug paraphernalia along the side of the road next to his property. The items were collected and placed into evidence to be destroyed.
  • The victim called to report an unknown male entered his truck overnight and stole change from the cup holder.
  • Deputies conducted a traffic stop along Coshocton Rd. for a loud exhaust. A K9 free-air-sniff was conducted and a subsequent search uncovered possible narcotics. Anna M. Morris was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail.

Jan. 26

  • A deputy eas advised of vandalism at the incident location on Columbus Rd. He spoke to the victim and a report was written.
  • A traffic stop was conducted on Walhonding Trd. Near Zuck Rd. Upon speaking to the driver it was determined he was driving under the influence. The driver, Chad R. Dunlap, refused the standard field sobriety tests. Dunlap was arrested and transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.

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