Two Arrests Reported in Harlan
March 8th, 2012 by Doug Evans
The Harlan Police Department reports the arrest of two people this past weekend.
On Saturday (March 3), 31-year-old Randy Stolz of Earling was cited for fifth degree theft when Casey’s Store personnel notified police that Stolz had had taken items he didn’t pay for from the store. Stolz was cited and released.
On Sunday (March 4), 39-year-old Nathaniel Coles of Chicago, IL was arrested for trying to elude police after police observed him speeding. Coles was taken into custody and transported to the Shelby County Jail where he was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, felony eluding, three counts of failure to obey a stop sign, speeding, and reckless driving.
Harlan Police also report that on Monday morning (March 6) St. Michael’s Catholic Church reported to police the church van was missing. The van was recovered the following day by the Omaha Police Department. The case remains under investigation.