Police blotter: Vehicles vandalized at repair shop; PFMA with weapon; Thriftway break-in | Crime & Courts

Police blotter: Vehicles vandalized at repair shop; PFMA with weapon; Thriftway break-in | Crime & Courts

Butte law enforcement stories

Vehicles ruined

It was found Thursday early morning that eight vehicles had been damaged into at Mick’s Vehicle Restore, 300 Holland St., and an more three a lot more at Headframe Automobile Maintenance, 910 S. Montana St.

Many of the cars, not all, were locked. The thief or burglars busted the windows on at the very least 6 of the 11 destroyed vehicles.

Yelling, crying

At all around 5:30 a.m. Thursday, a 911 simply call arrived into dispatch from a home in the 1100 block of West Woolman Avenue. The dispatcher could listen to a gentleman yelling when a woman was crying.

En route, officers were advised that the person, Justin Arthur Rogers, 37, of Butte had a machete, but when they arrived he did not. Reportedly, he had picked a single up, but then place it again down. The female had a laceration on her back, which she explained to officers transpired when Rogers pushed her down, with her landing on top rated of damaged glass. She also informed police she experienced been struck in the deal with.

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Rogers was booked into the jail for felony assault with a weapon and misdemeanor partner or household member assault.

Not preferred

Late Wednesday afternoon Ashley Arlene Wine, 31, of Butte was arrested for misdemeanor prison trespass to property.

Seemingly Wine experienced been told regularly that she was not welcome at the Butte Rescue Mission, 610 E. Platinum Street, but went there in any case. Up coming end was the Butte jail.

Thriftway crack-in

Early Friday morning, a Good Falls man allegedly broke into the Thriftway at 4701 Harrison Ave., getting cigarettes and lighters from the convenience retail outlet.

When police arrived, the entrance door was damaged and there was blood inside of the retailer. Following seeking at video surveillance, they went wanting for their person.

Samuel James Lengthy, 35, was not as well far absent as he was found close to 4 a.m. Friday at the City Pump, 3700 Harrison Ave., with blood all about his fingers from the damaged glass. He was also driving a vehicle that had been documented stolen from the Butte Rescue Mission.

He was jailed for felony burglary and felony motor auto theft.

Again in jail

Randy William Van Kirk, 25, of Anaconda was booked into the jail Thursday afternoon for felony revocation of sentence.

Parole violation

Adult Probation & Parole brought Jeffrey Neil Freund, 47, of Butte to the jail Thursday afternoon for felony parole violation.

No-bond warrant

At all around 8 a.m. Thursday, Larry Jason White, 51, of Butte was reportedly just “hanging out” in the 100 block of West Platinum Road when officers arrived to examine a suspicious guy in the place.

White experienced a no-bond warrant out for his arrest out of Decide Robert Whelan’s court and was taken to jail.

Out on patrol

At about 7:30 a.m. Thursday, an officer out on patrol on Continental and Walnut witnessed a auto pulling a trailer with a Harley on it. The officer seen the passenger was Joshua Robert Bennett, 43, of Butte.

Bennett experienced a felony out-of-jurisdiction warrant out for his arrest, alongside with misdemeanor warrants for driving with out a legitimate driver’s license, failure to dress in a seat belt, failure to exhibit proof of insurance, and two prison contempt counts. Off to jail he went.

Miscellaneous crimes

Somebody drove their car or truck via the creek bed at a trailer park in the 200 block of Hobson Avenue, harming the grass.

A burglar in the 800 block of Placer Street entered a residence by means of the basement door and stole some equipment.

A pair of shoes and 5 pairs of socks were stolen from Millers Boots, 301 S. Arizona St.

A bicycle was taken from a constructing on West LaPlatte Avenue.