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Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents 10/12

October 13, 2015 – 12:43 pm

Arrests

On October 12 at 6:15 pm officers identified a male with an outstanding warrant on the 800 block of N. Mulberry St.  Tylor Johnson of Howard, Shelby Pruitt of Gambier and Kevin Kildow  of Galion were arrested on charges of outstanding warrants.  Officers also reported resisting arrest and obstructing official business at the time of the arrests, although it is unclear which suspects exhibited these behaviors.  Officer Zachary Uhler was the reporting officer.

Citations

On October 12, Marcus Willie of Howard was cited for driving under suspension and headlights. 

Incidents

On October 12 at 4:40 pm officers responded to a theft on the 500 block of E. High St.  An identity theft was reported.  Officer Zachary Uhler was the reporting officer.

On October 12 at 9:28 pm officers responded to a robbery on the 500 block of S. Main St.  A red bicycle with a basket, luggage rack, flashlight, water bottle and white rims were recovered at the scene.  Officer Andrew Burns was the reporting officer.

On October 12 at 11:00 pm officers responded to an incident of vandalism and breaking and entering on the first block of Mansfield Ave.  Windows were broken out by two individuals. Officer Nicholas Myrda was the reporting officer.

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