Jeremy Cranston, 24, West Sixth Street, was charged Friday night with criminal damaging after his girlfriend, Amanda Faulkner, North Shady Lane, told officers he had been drinking all day and, during an argument, began punching holes in the walls of her home. Cranston was found walking on Lisbon Street and reportedly admitted punching the walls out of anger. He was also served a no trespass order for Heights Manor.
Theresa M. Diagosta, 55, East Fourth Street, went to the police station to report a $221 money order either lost or stolen. While there, she was found to have an outstanding summons for passing bad checks, and it was served on her with a court date set.
Employees of the Dollar General store on Walnut Street reported a woman shoplifter who left in a vehicle with a West Virginia license plate.
William Gist, Michigan Street, reported receiving a phone call about a loan that he never obtained.
Kevin R. Elkins, First Avenue, reported the rear door broken open, but nothing appeared to be missing.
A brick was used to break out a glass basement door at the First Church of the Nazarene on Walnut Street, where the office area was ransacked. Nothing appeared to be missing.
John Finley, Highland Street, reported a door open and window appeared to have been pried at this home, which was ransacked. A television and old set of golf clubs were taken.