Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reports and Incidents 8/19-8/23
August 25, 2015 - 9:40 am
August 19 officers responded to a burglary on the 26000 block of Orange
Hill Rd. in Danville. The complainant showed officers how an
individual had broken into his weekend home, removing two hand-held
radios. The front door had pry marks, cupboards and drawers were opened
and the lock was busted off the outside shed. Deputy Jeremy Carpenter
was the reporting officer.
On August 21, a burglary was reported
on the 12400 block of Humbert Rd. in Howard. The complainant reported
that a padlock was missing on double doors leading to the basement and
scratch marks were observed. A small fishing tackle box and two fishing
poles were stolen. Deputy Tim Knell was the reporting officer.
August 22 at 7:10 am officers responded to vehicle vandalism on the 100
block of S. Preston St. in Centerburg. Two tires were slashed
overnight. Deputy Lee Eppich was the reporting officer.
August 22 officers responded to a report of burglary on the 12300 block
of Howard-Danville Rd in Howard. A storm window as broken out and used
for entry through the rear of the house. Nothing was reported missing.
Deputy Wayne Noggle was the reporting officer.
On August 22
officers responded to a report of fraud on the 19400 block of Shelly Dr.
The complainant reported that Ohio and Federal taxes had been filed
under her identity. Deputy Kenneth Aurand was the reporting officer.
August 23 officers responded to a theft from a vehicle on the 6600
block of Salem Rd. The complainant reported that overnight someone had
entered his unlocked truck and stolen his Antigravity Micro-Start
Personal Power Supply. Deputy Brandon Minot was the reporting officer.
August 23 officers responded to a report of fraud on the 6400 block of
Mt. Gilead Rd. in Fredericktown. The complainant reported that he
received information that a credit card had been opened in his name and
he had not applied for the card. Deputy Kenneth Aurand was the
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