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Mount Vernon Police Department Reports from 3/23

March 24, 2016 - 11:44 AM


At approximately 4:53 AM, officers responded to the 100 block of Sugar St. on a trespassing report.

Officers responded to the 100 block of W. Pleasant St. A man was yelling and screaming from the front porch. He was identified as Jared Speck, 30, of Mount Vernon. Speck had slurred speech, blood shot eyes and smelled of the odor common to alcoholic beverages.  An officer warned Speck about his intoxicated and disorderly behavior several times, as he was disturbing the neighborhood with his yelling. Speck was warned one final time which was conveyed to dispatch by radio. He quieted for a moment, then began yelling and screaming again.  Speck was arrested for Disorderly conduct Intox-Persist.

Speck was also warned for resisting arrest as he started to resist.  He started to bang his head on the cruiser window and was told if that continues he would be hobbled.   He was transported to the Knox County Jail where he was incarcerated.

At the Knox County Jail Speck became belligerent and he had to be placed into the restraint chair.


Ryan McKenzie, 35, of Mount Vernon, was arrested on criminal trespassing and assault charges.

Steven Miller, 28, of Howard, was cited for failure to make the white light on the front of his vehicle visible for more than 500 ft.

Christopher Trice, 27, of Utica, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence, posessing drub abuse instruments, and failure to make the white light on the front of his vehicle visible for more than 500 ft.

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