MOUNT VERNON POLICE DEPARTMENT
- Benjamin J. Cheeseboro was traveling east on W. Chestnut St. and Kimberly A. Fearn was traveling north on N. Sandusky St. Cheeseboro failed to stop for the red light at the intersection and entered the intersection. Cheeseboro and Fearn collided causing damage to both vehicles. Cheeseboro was cited for a stop light violation.
- Audra D. Naille was traveling north on N. Gay St. in the far right lane when her GPS told her to turn left onto E. Sugar St. John R. Fetters was also traveling north on N. Gay St. in the far left lane behind Naille. When Naille attempted to turn left she struck Fetters causing minor damage. Naille was cited for Drive In Marked/Continuous Lanes.
- Wyatt D. Karns was traveling west on Coshocton Ave. when he ran a red light and hit Brandon W. Finnell. Finnell had been turning east onto Coshocton Ave. from the Starbucks parking lot. Karns was cited for running a red light.
- Officers responded to E. Pleasant St. in reference to a disturbance. When officers arrived they spoke with both parties involved and learned a female, Danicia Whitney, pointed a loaded gun at her live-in boyfriend during an argument. Whitney was arrested and transported to Knox County Jail. She is being charged with Domestic Violence and Aggravated Menacing.
- A female reported a theft from her vehicle which was parked in a parking lot on Coshocton Ave. There are no suspects at this time.
- Officers responded to N. Main St. for a report of a disturbance. A report was filed.
- Units worked a complaint of a stolen trailer on W. Vine St. There is nothing further to report at this time.
- Officers responded to an address on Coshocton Ave. for a report of a domestic dispute. The individuals involved were separated for the evening. A report was filed and was forwarded to the City Law Director for review.
- Officers responded to an E. High St. residence in reference to a suspicious person. When the officers arrived they located a male and checked on his welfare. Was later released and he went inside a residence. While on scene an officer found a small amount of marijuana which was seized and secured into evidence to be destroyed at a later date.
- An officer responded A+ Autobrokers at 504 W. High St. to assist Morrow County detectives on a warrant. One male was located, arrested and transported to the Morrow County/Knox County line. He was released to the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office.
- An officer responded to a business on N. Sandusky St. for a report of shoplifting. No suspect was identified or located. A report was taken for documentation.
- An officer responded to Foster’s Pharmacy on W. High St. on a report of vandalism. The front window of the business was found to be broken. It was determined no entry had been made into the business. A report was taken for documentation.
- An officer was dispatched to Town Center on W. High St. in reference to a theft. The complainant reported a male came into the store and stole a can of started fluid.
- An officer spoke to the complainant over the phone in reference to a stolen bike. A report was taken.
- Officers responded to Wal-mart in reference to a shoplifting. When they arrived they were advised a male individual had been walking around the store, stuffing items into a backpack. He was then seen walking into the bathroom. Officers located the male in a bathroom stall long with several opened packages. The missing items were later found stuffed in the male’s pants. The male was cited for theft and released.
- Valina Stoutenburgh – Arrest on an Outstand Warrant.
- Paul Abrams – Arrest on an Outstanding Warrant.
- Vauna Sue Stoutenburgh –Operator/Chauffeur license required.
- Benjamin Cheeseboro – Red Light.
- Jacob M. Smith – Changing Lanes without Safety.
- Nobles Tirrell James – Driving on street posted as closed.
- Nobles Tirrell James – over size/weight vehicle on local streets.
- Troyona Robertson – DUS.
- Audra Danielle Naille – drive in marked/continuous lanes.
- Jamie Lee Parker – OVI
- Wyatt David Karns – Red Light.
- Angela D. Bigley – Driving under FRA suspension.
- Angela D. Bigley – Changing lanes without safety.