The Harlan Police Department reports three separate incidents took place this past Tuesday. Authorities say officers were called to the 800 block of Market Street in reference to someone vandalizing a car belonging to Joe Scheffler. A dollar figure on the amount of damage was not given. Officers were also called to the Shelby County Fairgrounds in reference to a break-in where a wireless microphone and receiver was stolen. Both cases remain under investigation.
The Harlan PD is also investigating two other thefts that were reported last week. The first took place on Thursday, June 19th in the 2600 block of Southwest Avenue where several campers were broken into. The other occurred on June 21st at the Grace Baptist Church and the Congregation Church of Christ, both in Harlan. The cases remain under investigation.
32 year old Bruce Spray of Harlan was arrested on Tuesday after a domestic disturbance in the 800 block of Market Street. Spray was charged with domestic abuse assault for allegedly striking Kim Marti, also of Harlan and taken to the Shelby County Jail. 21 year old Michael Jacquard of Harlan was arrested following a traffic stop on Sunday. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and careless driving and transported to the Shelby County Jail.
The same day, 26 year old Jeremy Mannion of Logan was arrested when the Harlan PD was called to an unresponsive male in the 1000 block of 5th Street. Mannion was transported to Myrtue Medical Center by Medivac Ambulance. Once medically cleared, he was charged with public intoxication and taken to Jail. 40 year old Mark Anthony Kaufman of Harlan was arrested on Saturday, for allegedly assaulting Mayce Hill of Harlan. Kaufman was charged with domestic abuse assault following an investigation.
The Harlan Police Department says two subjects were arrested on Friday, the 20th when officers were called to Myrtue Medical Center for a juvenile female being seen in the emergency room for alcohol poisoning. 18 year old Brandon Wilke of Harlan was charged with possession of alcohol and transported to the Shelby County Jail while 17 year old Justin Dickinson of Harlan was cited for minor in possession of alcohol and released to his parents.