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Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reports and Incidents 8/02 – 8/03

August 4, 2015 – 9:00 AM

Incidents

On August 2, officers responded to a theft of a push mower on the 700 block of Smith St. in Mount Vernon. Officer Michael Rutherford was the reporting officer.

On August 3 officers responded to an incident involving a horse on the 18000 block of Sycamore Rd in Mount Vernon.  The complainant stated that her horse has a hole in its side caused by a metal object which she discovered with a metal detector.  The veterinarian told the victim that the object is approximately 5 inches deep and that the horse has a broken rib.  The victim stated that about 3 weeks ago a small green and black car with two young men in it stopped by the residence and when she walked around the barn, the car sped off.  Officer Michael Rutherford was the reporting officer.

On August 3 officers responded to a report of mischief on the 9900 block of Tucker Rd. in Mount Vernon.  The complainant said that he heard a vehicle coming up the driveway and when he looked outside, noticed that the car doors of his vehicle were open.  Nothing was missing from the vehicle.  The complainant also advised that he observed an individual running through a field adjacent to the property. Officer Kenneth Aurand was the reporting officer.
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