Daily Happenings 6-1-20
Bev Reese, Stratton.
Rachel Kindle, Smithfield.
Vandalism: A rock was thrown through the window of a home in the rear 1600 block of Ridge Avenue Thursday.
Vandalism: The screen of an automated teller machine in the 1800 block of Sunset Boulevard was shattered with a large rock Thursday night.
Suspicious person: Police received a report of a man bearing a firearm in the 300 block of Terrace Avenue at about 9 p.m. Thursday. The area was checked and no one found and people outside there hadn’t seen him.
Arrested: Michael Chapman, 68, 615 Ross St., vandalism, Friday.
Vandalism: A resident reported rocks were thrown at his garage door in the 500 block of Ohio Street Saturday night.
Disturbances: Police received reports of a loud noise in the 1300 block of Oakgrove Avenue at about 9:18 p.m. Saturday and of a shot being fired in the same block at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday. The area was checked and nothing was found, though residents in that area Friday said they believed it was a firework.
Jefferson County sheriff
Arrested: Dean Reed, 45, 515 Wallace St., Brilliant, parole violation, Friday.
Arrested: David E. Horstman, 34, 516 Buckeye St., Tiltonsville, domestic violence, Saturday.
Arrested: Justine Mayle, 28, 1036 Main St., Rayland, false alarms, Saturday.
Vehicle vandalism: The rear window of a vehicle was broken out while it was parked near county Road 56 and state Route 7 in Island Creek Township Saturday night.
Theft: Baseball cleats and a fishing pole were taken from an unlocked vehicle and eggs were smashed on its roof while it was parked on Cedar Road in Richmond Friday night.