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Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reports and Incidents 10/6 – 10/7

October 7, 2015 – 2:48 pm

Arrests

On October 6 at 9:34 am Casey Arck of Danville was arrested on the 23300 block of Coshocton Ave. in Howard on an outstanding warrant out of the Mount Vernon Municipal Court.  Arck was transported to the Knox County Jail.  Deputy Scott Baker was the reporting officer.

On October 6 at 3:52 pm Uriah Langston of Mount Vernon was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of the Franklin County Municipal Court. Deputy Aaron Collins was the reporting officer.

On October 7 at 4:22 am Nicholas Paul Ramey of Mount Vernon was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of the Delaware County Municipal Court.  Ramey was transported to the Delaware County Line.  Deputy Ryan Burgess was the reporting officer.

Incidents

On October 6 at 8 am deputies responded to a theft from a vehicle on the 9000 block of Columbus Rd. in Mount Vernon.  Items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle.  Deputy Wayne Noggle was the reporting officer.

On October 6 at 6 am deputies responded to a theft from a vehicle on the 7000 block of Columbus Rd. in Centerburg.  A wallet containing $30 was stolen from an unlocked vehicle.  Two other unlocked vehicles were entered but nothing was stolen. Deputy Wayne Noggle was the reporting officer.

On October 6 at 3:30 pm deputies responded to a theft on the 29600 block of Coshocton Rd. in Danville.  A pencil box containing $45 cash and ammunition were stolen from the complainant’s tractor. Deputy Daniel Selby was the reporting officer. 

 

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