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KNOX COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Nov. 16

  • A deputy met with the complainant in the KCSO lobby. The complainant told the deputy someone from another state made transactions from her bank account without her knowledge or consent. A report was filed for the complainant.

Nov. 17

  • Charles A. Holland was traveling east on Kenyon Rd. when a deer ran onto the roadway. Holland struck the deer.

Nov. 18

  • A deputy located a vehicle abandoned in a parking lot at Ariel Foundation Park. The license plate on the vehicle had been reported stolen to the BMV. The license plate was removed from the vehicle and taken to the KCSO.
  • A deputy located a vehicle abandoned at Ariel Foundation Park that was found to be stolen out of Cleveland by the Cleveland Police Department. The Cleveland Police Department confirmed the vehicle had been stolen and it was inventoried and towed.
  • Daniel Erman Peters, Jr. was stopped for speeding. Peters was found to be under the influence of alcohol and in possession of a firearm. Peters was placed under arrest and transported to Knox County Jail without incident.
  • Officers were traveling west on W. High St. and observed the suspect and an unknown male entering a vehicle. Officers had had prior contact with the suspect and knew is license had been suspended. This was confirmed by dispatch. The unknown male gave officers his SSN which came back as Daniel Flowers who had a nationwide parole warrant against him. Daniel Flowers was removed from the vehicle and placed under arrest as soon as dispatch confirmed the warrant. He was placed in the patrol vehicle and transported to Knox County Jail.

Nov. 19

  • Kelsey Erden Kuhn, Jr. was located and arrested on an active warrant out of Knox County Common Pleas Court. Kuhn was handcuffed and transported to Knox County Jail and released to jail staff.
  • Seth M. A. Graves was located and arrested on an active warrant out of Mount Vernon Municipal Court. Graves was handcuffed and transported to Knox County Jail where he was released to jail staff.

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