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Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reports and Incidents 10/20 - 10/21

October 22, 2015


On October 20 at 8:25 am Kevin Curtis of Mount Vernon was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Deputy Scott Baker was the reporting officer.


On October 20 at 2:31 deputies responded to a burglary on the 19200 block of New Gambier Rd. in Gambier.  The complainant reported that her locked residence that she uses for storage had been entered.  The rear door which was secured with a padlock had been pried open.  Officers recovered a pocketknife that was holding a window open.  A stand-alone record player was found out of place.  Officers downloaded photos from a photocard from a trail camera that had been put up by the complainant’s husband.  Deputy Michael Rutherford was the reporting officer.

On October 20 at 7:54 pm deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle on the 15100 block of Dean Rd in Fredericktown.   Found property and suspicious activity were reported.  Tools were found and placed in evidence.  Deputy Aaron Philips was the reporting officer.

On October 21 at 4:40 pm deputies responded to a burglary on the 21800 block of Bell Church Rd. in Utica.  The front door window glass was busted out and several firearms and a television were stolen.  Officers took photos and dusted for fingerprints. Deputy Kenneth Aurand was the reporting officer.

On October 21 at 11:50 pm deputies responded to a drug incident on the 100 block of E. Scott Lane in Gambier. Drugs and drug paraphernalia were reported and collected.  Items were placed in evidence for disposal.  Deputy Kenneth Aurand was the reporting officer.

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