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MOUNT VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Crash Reports

Jan. 7

  • Rylan Scott Firebaugh was traveling north behind Mason Anthony Huffman. Huffman braked as the driver approached a traffic light. Firebaugh stated he braked but hit a patch of ice and slid into Huffman.
  • Jacquelyn Sue Ramsey turned left onto Coshocton Ave. to go east and had a green left turn arrow. Jaroclaw Stecko was traveling west on Coshocton Ave. and did not stop for the red light at the intersection. Stecko ran the red light and struck Ramsey. Stecko was cited for running a red light.

Jan. 8

  • Paul D. Rhodes was traveling west on Coshocton Ave. in the north lane. Cody Allen Clark was stopped at the stop sign facing Wal-Mart. Clark pulled into Coshocton Ave,. to make a left turn and struck Rhodes. Rhodes was cited for driving under FRA suspension.

Incident Reports

Jan. 5

  • An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on E. Burgess St. A vehicle was towed from the scene.
  • The complainant reported someone entered his vehicle and removed items at approximately 3:30 AM. The investigation is closed pending the identification of the suspect.

Jan. 6

  • Officers were called to Hot Rods on Coshocton Ave. in reference to a theft. A report was taken.

Jan. 7

  • Officers responded to a disturbance on the 700 block of W. Gambier St. An individual was issued a summons in lieu of arrest for possession of drug abuse instruments.
  • Officers responded to an address on N. Rogers St. for a reported disturbance in the street. A report was filed and forwarded to the City Law Director for review.
  • An officer responded to Newark Rd. in reference to a threats call.

Jan. 8

  • Officers were dispatched to a disturbance in the 900 block of W. High St. A report was taken and will be sent to the Knox County Juvenile Prosecutor.
  • Officers were dispatched to a suspicious person hanging around Burger King. Labrea Howland was subsequently arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest.
  • The complainant reported a 48-hour wait as placed on a 2004 Nissan Maxima abandoned on his rental property. The vehicle had no engine or anything valued over $25. Officers used the VIN # to identify the owner who lives in Glenmont, Ohio. The vehicle was inventoried and then towed from the scene.
  • Units were dispatched to a residence on the 900 block of . High St. for a drug overdose. Upon arrival, units made contact with the complainant and a female who was overdosing. Mount Vernon Fire Department medics arrived on scene and transported the female to KCH. This report will be forwarded to the Knox County Prosecutor’s Office for review.

Jan. 9

  • An officer was dispatched to Gay St. in reference to an inactive domestic violence incident. Nothing further to report.
  • A female who lives on Walnut St. reported a theft from her vehicle. A report was filed.

Jan. 10

  • An officer was dispatched to Marion St. on a burglary.

Citations

Jan. 5

  • Eric Lynn Snyder – Driving under an FRA suspension’
  • Georgia Belle Frank – driving under an FRA suspension.

Jan. 7

  • Jaroclaw Stecko – Running a red light.
  • Neil K. Eash – Expired license plates.
  • Tiffani Von Williamson – No tail light or license plate lights.

Jan. 8

  • Cody Allen Clark – Drive onto road/duty to yield.
  • Angelica Faye Preston – Operator/chauffeur license required.
  • Zachary B. Kick – Failure to obey traffic control devices.

Jan. 9

  • Carlos A. Perez – DUS.
  • Carlos A. Perez – OVI

Jan. 10

  • Sarah Arlene Hedinger – Assured clear distance ahead.
  • Habib Arghikb – Red light.

Arrests

Jan. 7

  • Randy Allen Wilhelm – Arrest on an outstanding warrant.
  • Ashley Nicole Hamilton -- Arrest on an outstanding warrant.

Jan. 8

  • Labrea Howland – Illegal use or possession of drugs.
  • Ryan Keith Kemp – Disorderly conduct with persisting in a medical facility.
  • Labrea Howland – Resisting arrest.
  • Jacob Roy Stotts – Domestic violence.

Jan. 9

  • Spencer Nauman – Domestic violence.
  • Arthur B,. Kuykendall – Assault.
  • Carlos A. Perez – OVI.

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