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Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 9/11-9/14

September 15, 2015 - 3:40 pm

Arrests

On September 11 Timothy Llewellyn, 20 of Mount Vernon, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

Accidents

On September 14 at 3:54 pm an accident occurred on the 600 block of E. Chestnut St. A vehicle parked on the side of the road was hit by a second vehicle that left the scene.  The left side of the parked vehicle was damaged.  Officer Zachary Uhler was the reporting officer.

Incidents

On September 14, officers responded to a report of domestic violence on the first block of Sychar Rd. Officer Scott McKnight was the reporting officer.

On September 14 at 3:08 officers responded to a report of fraud.  Fraudulent checks valuing over $800 were cashed at a bank.  Officer Scott McKnight was the reporting officer.

On September 14 at 6:38 pm officers responded to a report of harassment on the 300 block of E. Burgess St.  Officer Andrew Burns was the reporting officer.

On September 14 at 7:03 pm, officers responded to the 1400 block of N Mulberry St. in reference to a juvenile issue.  Officer Zachary Uhler was the reporting officer.

On September 14 at 8:39 pm officers responded to criminal damaging on the 400 block of N West St. The windshield of a vehicle was broken out with a cinder block.  Officer Nicholas Holdren was the reporting officer.

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