The Harlan Police Department, Thursday, issued a report on recent arrests. Officials say 48-year old Jeffrey Rowland, of Harlan, was arrested Monday on an active Shelby County warrant. The warrant was issued as a result of an investigation of checks allegedly forged by Rowland. The warrant was for five counts of theft 5th degree. Rowland was taken to the Shelby County Jail.
The H-PD says on Oct. 18th, charges were filed against 30-year old Ty Jordan, of Atlantic, when officers were called to 1019 7th Street for an assault. Jordan was charged with assault for allegedly striking Tammy Nelson, Kirkman, who was transported to Myrtue Medical Center for her injures. Jordan was also charged with criminal mischief 3rd degree for damage allegedly done to a vehicle. Jordan was later arrested by the Atlantic Police Department and brought to the Shelby County Jail.
On Oct. 13th, two juvenile males were arrested in Harlan and charged with criminal mischief in the 3rd degree. 11-year old’s Jonah Culp and Cash Cleaveland, both of Harlan, were charged with allegedly damaging a garage door and vandalizing the bathrooms at Potter’s Park. Both boys were referred to Shelby County Juvenile Court.
On Oct. 12th, 45-year old Curtis Scheffler, of Harlan, was charged with allowing a dog to run at large when officers took a report of the Scheffler dog biting Michael Sciranko, also of Harlan, while he was running for cross country. A complaint on running at large has been sent to the Shelby County clerk of court.
And, on Oct. 7th, 22-year old Brandon Hunt, of Shelby, was taken into custody on an active Shelby County warrant for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. Hunt was taken to the Shelby County Jail.