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Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reports and Incidents 8/16 – 8/18

August 19, 2015 – 9:03 am

Arrests

On August 18 at 4:13 am, Ryan Helmbright of Howard was arrested on the 400 block of McIntosh Dr. in Howard on charges of an outstanding warrant in Delaware County.  Helmbright was transported to the county line and turned over to the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office.  Officer David Devolld was the reporting officer.

On August 18 at 9:54 pm, officers conducted a traffic stop on W. Burgess and N Sandusky Streets in Mount Vernon.  Drugs and paraphernalia were located in the vehicle.  Lacy Holt of Mount Vernon was arrested on charges of possession of drug abuse instruments.  Officer Aaron Phillips was the reporting officer.

Incidents

On August 16, officers responded to a theft from a vehicle on the 7500 block of Myers Rd in Centerburg.  The complainant reported that 2 drums had been stolen from the bed of his truck between 3:05 am and 6:30 am.  The drums were described as a 22 inch Gretsh bass drum and a 15 inch Floor Tom, both in black roadrunner cases.  Officer Thomas Travis was the reporting officer.

On August 17, officers responded to a report of vandalism on the 700 block of Daffodil Dr. in Howard.  A mailbox had been vandalized during the night.  Officer Timothy Light was the reporting officer.
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