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April 10

  • The complainant called the KCSO to report he had found several holes shot in the detached garage roof. A report was filed to document the incident. At this time there are no suspects.
  • The victim/complainant called the KCSO to report they had been the victim of identity fraud. A report was filed to document the incident. There are no suspects at this time.

April 11

  • Deputies were dispatched to a New Guilford Rd. residence on a domestic violence call. Deputies arrived and spoke with the complainant who said his son had struck in the face several times. The complainant showed injuries to his face. The suspect had left the scene with his girlfriend and a “be-on-the-lookout” for the two individuals and a green Hinda. Deputies collected photos of the injuries and patrolled the area searching for the vehicle. A warrant for the suspect, Tyron Wayne Rine, II.
  • The complainant advised there was a disturbance that was escalating. Davis Scott McKerchie was arrested for disorderly conduct and obstruction of official business. He was also cited for possession of marijuana.
  • Deputies were in the area of Martinsburg when they observed a vehicle on N. Market St. matching the description of a vehicle involved in a domestic violence incident earlier in the morning. Deputies made contact with the driver and passenger in the vehicle and identified them as the individuals involved in the earlier domestic incident. The male, Tyron Wayne Rine, II, was arrested for the domestic violence incident. While Rine was being searched incident to the arrest marijuana was located on his person. A search of the vehicle found marijuana paraphernalia and several open alcoholic beverage cans. Rine was charged with domestic violence, assault, and OVI. He was transported to the Knox County Jail.

April 12

  • A complaint of a burglary in progress at an Upper Fredericktown Rd. address was reported to the KCSO. When deputies arrived at the scene they made contact with two occupants of a truck parked on the property. The owners of the property were on the scene and advised the two truck occupants did not belong on the property. Deputies arrested the occupants, Lisa Rohl and Lucas Staggs for breaking and entering, theft, criminal trespass, and possession of criminal tools. Rohl and Staggs were transported to the Knox County Jail.
  • The complainant reported her husband was being physically and verbally abusive. She advised her husband grabbed a rifle and was not sure who he was planning to use it on. The complainant also reported she had her son with her, locked in a bedroom. Deputies arrived and witness statements were collected and photographs were taken. The husband, Jason E. Niedermier was arrested for domestic violence and aggravated menacing and transported to the Knox County Jail.

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