- Published: Monday, 31 July 2017 11:51
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On 7-28-17, the complainant advised he observed the doors open on a small utility shed at the incident location. The shed had contained a push mower of unknown make and model. The lock on the doors had been cut off and the mower stolen.
On 7-29-17, the complainant called the KCSO to report that sometime between 7-25 and 7-26-17 unknown person(s) removed several items from the trunk of his car while it was parked on S. Hartford St. in the Village of Centerburg. The complainant stated that almost all of his golf equipment was removed, including a set of Calloway DX Golf Clubs. Also taken were a camcorder, a Gamin GPS unit and a Tec Tec Tec rangefinder. There are no suspects.
On 7-29-17, officers were dispatched to the Beulah United Methodist Church at 8261 Columbus Rd. at Keys Rd. The complainant stated someone had attempted to break into the church. A report of the incident was made to document it.
On 7-30-17, an officer was dispatched to a domestic violence call at an East St. address in Howard. James Johnson was arrested and charged with domestic violence.
On 7-29-17, both vehicles were northbound on N. Gay St. Stephenie G. Maggert stopped at the stop sign at Wooster Rd. then pulled up a little farther. Timothy P. Stickle pulled forward while looking toward the west and struck Maggert in the rear. Stickle was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-30-17, Sheena L. Griffith and Donald W. Demorest were traveling eastbound on W. High St. Demorest stopped for traffic and Griffith failed to stop striking Demorest. Griffith was cited with failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-30-17, A vehicle owned by Mark W. Coe was parked in a parking space and when he returned 20 minutes later there was damage to the driver's side of the car. The suspect is unknown.
On 7-28-17, Philip L. Stewart was traveling westbound on E. Gambier St. and Brock A. Casner was stopped northbound on Compromise St. at E. Gambier St. Stewart proceeded to turn southbound onto Compromise St. He cut the turn too sharply and struck Casner in the front end. Stewart drove over the top of Casner's hood and windshield causing him to roll over onto the right side of Compromise St.
Scene following the accident Friday at Compromise and East Gambier Streets -photo courtesy Westie productions
On 7-28-17, Sandra L. Alnutt and Tonja L. Sheller were turning eastbound out of Arby's onto Coshocton Ave. Sheller stopped for traffic and Alnutt failed to stop, hitting Sheller. Alnutt was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-29-17, Craig M. Capwell, Jr. and Kimberly S. Miller were traveling southbound on Martinsburg Rd. Miller stopped for traffic and Capwell failed to see Miller stopped and struck him in the rear end. Capwell was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-29-17, Janet L. Rockwell was traveling northbound on Vernonview Dr. Christopher W. Houston was attempting to pull out of a parking lot and struck Rockwell. Houston was cited with failure to yield when driving onto a roadway.
On 7-28-17, an act of vandalism was reported to the MVPD. The incident occurred at 250 Liberty St. and involved damage to two, toilets.
On 7-28-17, an individual reported a found syringe on East Chestnut St. The syringe was located by an officer and placed into the sharps container in cruiser #7.
On 7-28-17, an officer responded to an E. Sugar St. address on a reported disturbance. When the officer arrived he observed an open door to the basement. Entry was made and the basement was cleared. The complainant was located upstairs and he stated his brother had been on the property after being evicted. A witness statement was completed and a report taken. The suspect had fled the area prior to the officer's arrival.
On 7-28-17, an officer responded to 855 Coshocton Ave. in reference to a shoplifting complaint. When the officer arrived the complainant advised there was a female in the store stealing items and should be walking out anytime. The officer made contact with the suspect outside the store and escorted her back into the store. The suspect was compliant and returned the stolen merchandise. A summons was issued for petty theft and criminal trespass.
On 7-28-17, an officer responded to a Spring St. residence in reference to a vandalism incident. The complainant stated that unknown person(s) broke the passenger side window of his 1999 Ford minivan. The complainant stated the damage occurred sometime between 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. The complainant stated that just before the damage occurred he had a disagreement with his neighbor about parking in his driveway. The officer spoke to the neighbor who denied any conversation with the complainant or that he damaged the vehicle. The investigation continues.
On 7-29-17, an officer responded to a Follin Ave. address on a reported theft from a vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the complainant who said she believed that, while she was shopping at Walmart, someone stole her diaper bag from her vehicle. A witness statement was collected and a report was taken.
On 7-29-17, an individual reported she found several hypodermic needles in an apartment she was helping to clean out on Calhoun St. The needles were collected and placed into the sharps container in patrol car #8.
On 7-30-17, an officer located Tracy Hagans who was trespassing in Phillips Park and UPI after hours. He was arrested and charged with possessing a drug abuse instrument.
On 7-30-17, an officer responded to 1005 Coshocton Ave. on a reported shoplifting. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the complainant who stated a female with blonde hair left the store without paying for merchandise. She left the area in a green truck with a male driver. A witness statement was collected and a report completed. There are no suspects at this time.
On 4-14-17, Jeffery Cunningham, 39, N. Sandusky St. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-24-17, Christy Hershner, 42, Fredericktown, was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-26-17, Daniel Phelps, 29, Oak St. was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-27-17, Taylor Gray, 29, Shalimar Dr. was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
On 7-28-17, Anthony Vance, 39, W. Chestnut St. was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.
On 7-28-17, Colton Hill, 20, E. Sugar St. was arrested and charged with drug abuse, drug paraphernalia and criminal trespass.
On 7-28-17, Philip Stewart, 78, Howard St. was cited for turning at intersections.
On 7-28-17, Sandra Alnutt, 58, Harris Rd. was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-28-17, Jacob Whitt, 21, Centerburg, was cited for driving under an FRA suspension and for an equipment violation.
On 7-29-17, Craig Capwell, 18, Greenbriar Dr. was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-29-17, Christopher Houston, 45, Mt. Gilead, was cited for failure to yield when driving onto a roadway.
On 7-29-17, Timothy Stickle, 58, Columbus Rd. was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-30-17, Skylar Harwell, 24, Pleasant View Dr. was cited for expired or unlawful plates.
On 7-30-17, Tracy Hagans, 54, Centerburg, was arrested for possession of drug abuse instruments.
On 7-30-17, Sheena Griffith, 34, Centerburg, was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
On 7-30-17, J. Eshelman, 26, Howard, was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant.
On 7-30-17, Nicholas Higgins, 37, Follin Ave, was arrested for misuse of the 911 system.
Theft reported on W. Sandusky St.
Fraud reported on Mill St.
Fraud reported on Mt. Vernon Ave.
Disabled vehicle on Mill St.
Traffic complaint on Mt. Vernon Ave.
Parking complaint on E. Fourth St.