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Mount Vernon Police Department Reports and Incidents from 1/19 - 1/20


January 20, 2016 - 1:45 PM


Arrests

David Prosser, 52, of Newark was arrested for receiving stolen property and possessing drug abuse instruments.


Latasha Fisher, 28, of Mount Vernon was arrested on an outstanding warrant.



Reports

Officers were dispatched to the 0-100 block of Washington St. on a report of a disturbance. A resident of the home requested assistance in getting peeople out of her house. Latasha Fisher was located in a closet. Officers found that a warrant was outstanding for her arrest. Fisher was taken into custody.


A 2003 Honda Element, license plate CLB4790 was reported stolen.


The theft of $47.06 in merchandise was reported from Kroger on Coshocton Ave.


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. Burgess St. on a vandalism complaint. The officer made contact with a man who indicated that let air out of the tires on the passenger side of the vehicle. The vehicle was photographed.


Officers arrived at Ohio Eastern Star Home and met a construction foreman who advised that the owner of a white GMC truck had been kicked off the job site and needed to removed his vehicle. Dispatch advised that a four hour wait had been previously placed on the vehicle. The foreman stated that another officer had made contact with the owner a week ago, who said he would have it out in a few days, but he never arrived to remove the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the Mount Vernon City Impound Lot.

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