Harlan arrests and incident report
December 23rd, 2011 by Ric Hanson
Police in Harlan today (Friday) released a compiled report on recent arrests and incidents. Officials say 25-year old Charles Hayes, of Harlan, was arrested Monday on a Shelby County warrant for Failure to Appear on burglary charges associated with a theft which occurred in the Dye Street area, last February. Hayes plead guilty earlier this month to a charge of 2nd degree theft, and was sentenced to 5-years in prison. The term was suspended, and Hayes was placed on supervised probation for a period of two-years. His sentencing on the charge is set for January 3rd, 2012.
Last Sunday, police in Harlan investigated a report of theft from Mikels Family Restaurant. Several items, including commercial griddles, and a milk dispenser used for their catering business, were reported missing. Officials say they have no suspects at this time, and the incident remains under investigation.
On December 17th, 23-year old Theodore Behrens, of Harlan, was arrested after officers were called to a disturbance in the 11-hundred block of Willow Street. The officers ended-up returning to the scene three separate times. Behrens was brought to the Shelby County Jail on a charge of Disorderly Conduct.
And, on December 13th, 42-year old Kim Musich, of Harlan, was arrested by the Harlan P-D, after she allegedly tried to obtain prescription medication with a prescription that had been altered. Musich was brought to the Shelby County Jail on a charge of Tampering with Records. She posted a $1,000 bond Monday, and was ordered to appear in court for her preliminary hearing on January 5th.