Articles Tagged with damage

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In an event that news outlets are reporting as a first in Arizona, a man was arrested for suspicion of DUI while riding an electric scooter.

At the end of October, a Tempe police officer was driving when he saw a man in black clothing in the center of the road with a scooter in tow. The man then reportedly rapidly left the area and rode his electric vehicle into a parking lot.

The officer trailed the man and alleged that when he was able to make contact with him he found him lying on his back on the ground, and the scooter was tipped over.

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A woman who has been accused of hitting a teenager with her car that was crossing the street and then leaving the scene allegedly stated that she thought she had struck a pole and not a person.

62-year-old Harrisburg resident Joyce Smith was reportedly driving her vehicle on the evening of December 21, when she allegedly ran into an 18-year-old woman who was crossing the street in an area that police have purported is regularly frequented by pedestrians.

Smith reportedly continued her journey after the incident, and when the authorities received a report about the accident and arrived at the location they found a few car parts that they believed had fallen off of the suspect’s vehicle. When they assessed through those pieces it was determined that the vehicle was a blue Chevrolet Aveo made in either 2004 or 2005.

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A man remains in custody after being held accountable for an incident involving the vandalism of an Arizona airport causing them to halt operations for a full day in order to administer repairs.

On Friday, the Glendale Municipal Airport was the site of an incident involving damage to an entire floor of their building. The airport serves as an institution that provides instruction to new pilots and contains technological devices that allow the trainees to participate in mock-flights for practice.

The reported cause of the catastrophe appeared to be a suspect who allegedly broke several windows with a hammer before bringing a hose inside of the building and allowing it to flood the interior of the ground floor. The building was unable to reopen for 24 hours due to the amount of clean-up and dry time needed to restore it, and it reportedly cost $70,000 to complete the job.

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When a man who was being apprehended by the police for suspicion of domestic abuse he allegedly tried to goad the officers into a fight while resisting arrest and caused damage to the inside of their police car.

On Friday evening, 35-year-old Lemar Miller was in Desert Hot Springs when he was reported to the police over accusations that he had physically assaulted a woman and forced her to run away when he chased after her while wielding a rock.

When the Desert Hot Springs police arrived they spoke with the alleged victim who confirmed in her statement that Miller had committed acts of violence toward her.

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After a brick was found lodged in the broken glass of Senator Mark Warner’s office building door the authorities apprehended the man that they believe is responsible for the damage and he is facing felony charges.

On Monday morning before business hours, someone broke the glass on the front door to the Roanoke, Virginia, office of United States Senator Mark Warner. None of the employees had arrived yet when the incident occurred, and upon its discovery, the vandalism was reported to the police.

Before they were told of the brick that had smashed the senator’s door, the police had received notification around 7:30 am alerting them of a man that had been seen walking around in the downtown area carrying bricks, but they were not able to find the person right away when they searched for him.

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On Saturday afternoon a man allegedly used a riding lawnmower to shoot gravel rocks at his roommate’s family, leaving the woman and her 9-year-old injured and damaging a vehicle.

72-year-old Johnny Dewitt Manning of Galveston County, Texas, shares a residence with a divorced woman who is the mother of a 9-year-old daughter.

The woman and her daughter were dropped off at their home by her ex-husband on June 9 just before 3:00 pm.

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On Tuesday, June 5, a 19-year-old young man who is suspected of having been under the influence of alcohol navigated his vehicle onto a golf course where he allegedly drove erratically until crashing into a sand trap.

Jack Robertson, a teenager and a resident of Seminole, was allegedly out driving his car around 6:30 pm on Tuesday while he was reportedly inebriated.

Robertson made his way to the Bayou Country Club near his home and allegedly drove his car onto the grassy fairway of the golf course. Members of the club that were present reported that they saw Robertson driving his vehicle around the course and doing donuts. After a short time, Robertson allegedly ended up getting stuck when he crashed his car into a sand trap.

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On June 6, an executive at a company in Anaheim was arrested on suspicion of embezzlement that reportedly took place over the span of seven or more years. He is now facing several felony charges for the allegations.

Jeffrey Joseph Lenhardt has been the general manager of Foam Plastics and Rubber Products in Anaheim since September of 1990. Twenty-four years later in November of 2014, another worker at the company allegedly found discrepancies that led to suspicion of Lenhardt’s activities when noticing a cash transaction that was not written in the business ledger.

Lenhardt, who reportedly started his fraudulent behavior by offering customers off-the-books purchases of leftover pieces of materials from the shop that would have otherwise been refuse, is accused of accepting cash for the transactions without recording them.

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On Friday, a Louisiana man was arrested on suspicion of numerous charges after he reportedly tried to physically assault an employee at a casino. During the suspect’s arrest he also allegedly made several threats toward the officers and their families.

A man visiting the Hollywood Casino in Baton Rouge on July 1 allegedly got highly upset with one of the workers in the establishment and appeared as if he might become physically aggressive when he jumped over a table and began threatening the staff member. Another employee stepped in and grabbed the man to prevent him from getting close enough to harm the person he was angry with.

The authorities were alerted and upon arrival, they discovered that the suspect was Clifton Jeanpierre III, 27.

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A woman who wanted to snuggle with her significant other on Wednesday morning is facing charges for domestic battery after her boyfriend turned her down due to the fact that he was too overheated from the warm weather.

Kristy Misty Mudd and her boyfriend, Jared Thompson, reside together in Clearwood, Florida. Around 11:30 am on May 16, Mudd reportedly wanted Thompson to join her in cuddling together, but he declined her invitation. The temperature outside was near 90 degrees and he explained that he felt too hot to comply at the time.

Mudd allegedly became agitated when he turned down her request and began to act out physically. She reportedly pushed Thompson, who was standing in the doorway of the bedroom and scraped her nails on his face leaving a visible wound. She proceeded to overturn furniture and other items in the residence out of anger leaving the living room area in disarray.