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Mount Vernon Police Department Reports from 4/6

April 7, 2016 - 4:24 PM


A 2006 Chevy Silverado, operated by Ed D. Collier, of Howard and a 2015 Ford F-150, operated by Kimberly D. Mills, of Walhonding were eastbound on Coshocton Ave. Mills' vehicle stopped for geese that were in the middle of the road and was struck by Collier's vehicle, which failed to stop.

A 1997 Saturn SW, operated by Steven R. Hughes, of Mount Vernon, was backing out of a driveway on E. Ohio Ave. The vehicle continued backing and failed to stop until it went into the driveway at a neighboring residence, struck the handicap walkway, and got the rear of the vehicle stuck on a piece of wood.


Shawntae Scarbury, 36, of Mount Vernon, was cited for driving or physical control while under the influence.

Diane Elbin, 33, of Mount Vernon was cited for speeding.

Ed Collier, 59, of Howard, was cited for assured clear distance ahead.

An unknown person is charged with theft.

Aramis Staton, 19, of Howard, was cited for Expired or unlawful license plates.


A male from Minnesota reported that his commercial trailer was stolen from an industrial park business. The theft occurred March 21 and April 6.

An officer met with a complainant on the 100 block of Riley St. in reference to a missing recycling container. According to the complainant, he had left the container at the curb before leaving for work and returned to discover it missing. The complainant believed that high winds may have blown the container onto a neighboring property.

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