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Mount Vernon Police Department Reports from 4/25


April 26, 2016 - 9:54 AM


Arrests/Citations

Conard Ferenbaugh, 47, of Howard was arrested. He is charged with possession of drugs. He was also cited for driving under suspension/revocation.



Reports

At 11:03 AM, an officer was dispatched to the 500 block of E. Burgess St. on an attempted break in/burglary.


At 4:19 PM, an officer responded to the 100 block of Fairmont Ave. on a burglary complaint. One bottle of 30 Adderall pills were reported stolen.


At 5:23 PM, an officer responded to the 200 block of E. Burgess St. on a theft complaint. Small soldier figurines were reported stolen. A written statement and photographs were obtained. Property was removed from the scene as evidence.


A female on Woodberry Dr. reported a bike found at her residence. According to the complainant, she left her residence at approximately 8:30 AM. Shen she returned at approximately 5:30 PM, she discovered the bike. The complainant believes that the bike may belong to an-ex boyfriend with whom she is attempting to no longer have contact. The bike was placed in the Mount Vernon Police Department impound lot.


Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of S. Main St. on a physical altercation between a male and a female. The female had visible injuries form the altercation. The male had left the scene.


At approximately 8:35 PM, an officer was dispatched with a medic to the 100 block of E. Sugar St. on a report of a male who had overdosed. Upon arrival, family members showed medics and the officer to the living room to make contact with the individual, who was transported to Knox Community Hospital. A small pipe with burned residue was found underneath the individual and was placed into evidence. 

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