Mount Vernon Police Department Reports from 4/15 - 4/17
April 18, 2016 - 1:59 PM
Shad Lynds, 44, of Mount Vernon was arrested. He is charged with disorderly conduct with persisting.
Jacob McQueen, 31, of Mount Vernon, was charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest.
Sean Wible, 27, of Mount Vernon was arrested and was charged with inducing panic and obstructing official business.
Andrew Richmer, 41, of Mount Vernon was arrested and was charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest
Nathan Black, 30, of Mansfield, was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
Joshua Hinds-Thornton, 33, of Utica, was charged with complicity, and was cited for driving under suspension/revocation.
Frank Elias, 21, of Newark, was arrested and is charged with theft.
The Mount Vernon Police Department was informed of an officer safety issue regarding Sean Wible. Wible was reported to be suicidal, carrying a handgun, and threatening law enforcement.
Another officer later took a report of a vehicle that had been reportedly damaged by Wible. Wible had, by that point, been arrested earlier in the day.
A person on Denison St. reported the theft of a Garmin GPS, a pear of gloves, martial arts gear, and laundry supplies from a vehicle.
An officer responded to the 100 block of E. Sugar St. on a theft from vehicle complaint. The vehicle had no signs of forced entry. The complainant indicated the driver's side door was ajar. Reported stolen were a Nike backpack with school items, Justin cowboy boots, Air Jordan High Rise shoes, and Redwing work boots.
A complainant in the 400 block of W. Vine St. reported the theft of 26 pills.
A male in the 1100 block of Coshocton Ave. reported that his vehicle was vandalized while at the apartment complex where he resides. A rear tail-light was reported damaged and four tires were reported slashed with a sharp object.
An officer was met at the police station by a male who had earlier notified the department of a theft of medication, which was part of a probation investigation. The individual had initially found that only 41 of 90 prescription pills remained in the bottle. However, the remaining pills and bottle were stolen later in the day. A copy of the report was sent to the Probation Department.
On April 17, at approximately 2:33 AM, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of W. Ohio Ave. on a report of a fight. Upon arrival, the officer observed a female get pushed by a male in the rear parking lot. It appeared the female was trying to stop the male from fighting with someone else.
The officer believed the female alerted the male to the officer's presence. The male got on his knees and put his hands behind his head. The officer then began to believe the male had committed a serious crime, as he was preparing himself for arrest in a similar way to the way in which police handle high risk stops or arrests.
As the officer began to exit his cruiser, he pulled his taser out. The male began walking toward the officer. The officer ordered the male to stop several times and pointed the taser at him. the male failed to comply with orders and was subsequently arrested. He did not comply with orders after the arrest and had to be forced into the police cruiser. the male was identified as Andrew Richmer and was charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest. A black handled razor blade knife and a skull print handled folding knife were recovered as evidence.
One April 16, at 5:48 PM, Knox county dispatch received a call from an off-duty officer, reporting that a theft had occurred at Walmart, on Coshocton Ave. The officer stated that a female employee appeared hysterical and he asked her what was wrong. The employee stated that a male, later identified as Frank Elias, had walked out the door of the garden department with a television which was not paid for.
The officer gave the license plate number of the vehicle in which Elias had left. another officer initiated a traffic stop and, upon investigation, the television was recovered.
Elias was arrested for petty theft. The driver, Joshua Hinds-Thornton, who was aware of the incident, was issued a summons for complicity and driving under suspension.
A 2015 Toyota, operated
by Nathan C. Black, of Mansfield, and a 2001 Subaru Legacy, operated by
Gerrilynne S. Flohe, of Sevierville, were both traveling eastbound on
Coshocton Ave. Flohe stopped for traffic and Black's vehicle struck
Flohe's vehicle in the rear.
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