Porter County Crime Times

2012-07-03T17:39:00Z Porter County Crime TimesBy Times Staff nwitimes.com
July 03, 2012 5:39 pm  • 

VALPARAISO

MONDAY

Vandalism. Douglas Miller of the 2300 block of McCord Road reported debris from fireworks hit his house resulting in a broken window shutter.

Vandalism. Scott Woodhouse reported damage to the hood of his car while parked outside his apartment in the 500 block of East Glendale Boulevard.

Vandalism. An employee reported graffiti damage to a large trash receptacle outside Northwest Indiana Eye and Laser Center, 502 Marquette St.

Theft. Lesley Grcichi reported two sets of golf clubs and a bicycle stolen from her garage in the 600 block of Franklin Street.

Theft. Brian Oller reported a 1,000-pound copper roll stolen from his garage in the 3300 block of Pepper Creek Bridge Parkway.

ARRESTS

Friday through Tuesday

ALCOHOL CHARGE | Jason Witcher, 20, Hobart; Mitchel Campbell, 19, Hobart

BATTERY | Matthew Keel, 40, 135 Stillwater Court, Hebron

BATTERY, INTIMIDATION, INTERFERENCE WITH REPORTING A CRIME, DISORDERLY CONDUCT | Michael Hughes, 21, 240 S. Ind. 2, Valparaiso

CONVERSION | Mustafa Subuh, 44, 1902 Driftwood, Portage

DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED, REFUSAL TO IDENTIFY | Andrea Nevorski, 40, Michigan City

DRUNKEN DRIVING | Kevin Dooley, 59, 535 W. Fatima St., Valparaiso; Victor Herrera Jr., 49, Blue Island, Ill.; Lori Schramm, 37, South Bend; Scott Cusick, 50, 205 Elmhurst Ave., Valparaiso; Stephanie Martinez, 34, 5963 Sundance Trail, Portage; Richard Heimer Jr., 48, Carthage, Tenn.; James Robinson, 40, Crown Point; Eric Hecker Jr., 28, 5700 Carnation, Portage; Sonya Surgener, 56, 1907 Beech St., Valparaiso

DRUNKEN DRIVING, ALCOHOL CHARGE | Josue Mendez, 19, 434 Piedmont Road, Valparaiso; Alexandria Gil, 18, Westville

DRUNKEN DRIVING, BATTERY, DISORDERLY CONDUCT | David Noel-Marquez, 31, Port Richey, Fla.

DRUNKEN DRIVING, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, DISORDERLY CONDUCT | Catherine Parr, 22, Midlothian, Ill.

DRUNKEN DRIVING, RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT | Jacob McKay, 22, 744 Timberline Parkway, Valparaiso

FAILURE TO APPEAR | Dominick Angelucci, 32, Hobart; Bryan Phillips, 37, Burnham, Ill.; Andrew Miracle, 21, 147 E. 50 South, Valparaiso; Ronald James, 42, Lake Station; Diana Morse, 34, Michigan City; Jose Flores, 21, 5845 McCasland, Portage; Juan Gil, 34, Hammond; Kenneth Manley, 49, Michigan City

FAILURE TO COMPLY | Kelly McDonald, 43, San Pierre; Daniel Peterson, 29, 85 Ed Macdashowicz Drive, Porter; Richard Brockway III, 28, St. John; Aric Deangelis, 18, 80 E. 950 North, Chesterton; Nathan Burden, 19, 1602 Edgewater Beach Road, Valparaiso; Daniel Zurn, 44, 615 Oswego Road, Valparaiso

LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT | Lucas Miracle, 22, 147 E. 50 South, Valparaiso

MAINTAINING A COMMON NUISANCE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, ALCOHOL CHARGE | Carl Vaughn, 18, Gary

OPERATING WHILE BEING A HABITUAL TRAFFIC VIOLATOR, IDENTITY DECEPTION | Brandon Allen, 32, 1409 E. Chicago St., Valparaiso

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA | Raymundo Piunti, 30, Hobart; Kendall Owens, 20, 1220 W. Porter Ave., Chesterton; Rosetta Collins, 29, Fort Wayne

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED | Donald Warneke Jr., 23, Crown Point

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA | Jacob Fulwider, 21, Fishers

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, ALCOHOL CHARGE | John Stewart Jr., 19, 801 Union St., Valparaiso

PUBLIC INTOXICATION | John Underhile, 37, 1102 N. Lafayette St., Valparaiso

PUBLIC INTOXICATION, SELLING OR FURNISHING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR | Jarrett Menser, 43, 5671 Willowdale, Portage

REVOCATION OF PROBATION | Eric Heinrichs, 43, 3708 Crosby Drive, Valparaiso

THEFT, CRIMINAL TRESPASS, INTERFERENCE WITH REPORTING A CRIME | David Serafin, 24, Lake Station

THEFT, CRIMINAL TRESPASS, PUBLIC INTOXICATION, ALCOHOL CHARGE | Richard Schafer, 20, 2588 Parkview, Portage

THEFT, RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT, REFUSAL TO IDENTIFY, PUBLIC INTOXICATION | Kenneth Johnson, 31, Gary

VISITING A COMMON NUISANCE, ALCOHOL CHARGE | Anthony Green, 19, Gary

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