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These offense reports were released this past week by law enforcement agencies:

SHERIFF

Identity fraud

Heating and air conditioning contractor E. Lee Clark Jr. of rural Durham reported that someone knowingly used false information to open a checking account in his name between Oct. 21 and Jan. 30. No losses were listed in deputy Steven Janzen’s report.

MARION

Battery

A juvenile acquaintance allegedly committed battery Jan. 15, possibly by throwing an item at 19-year-old Carlsons’ Grocery employee Noah Slater of Florence. He reportedly was uninjured.

The incident was reported at 3 p.m. that day by former Florence fire chief Mark Slater, who resides at the same address.

Because a juvenile was involved, it is not known whether charges were filed.

Felony criminal damage

An estimated $13,500 in damage was done between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Jan. 20 to a 2010 Keystone RV Outback travel trailer owned by city of Marion electric supervisor Steven J. Hart .

The trailer was parked adjacent to his residence in the 500 block of W. Santa Fe St.

Criminal damage, battery of school employee

Marion County Special Education Cooperative employee Nanette J. Lowry, 68, Marion, suffered injuries characterized as minor when a juvenile at the cooperative’s Oasis school threw something at her between noon and 2 p.m. Jan. 26.

An electric board game, a wall-mounted mail holder, carpet, walls, and cabinets at the cooperative’s offices at 1500 E. Lawrence St. in Marion also sustained an estimated $730 in damage.

Because a juvenile was involved, it is not known whether charges were filed. Monitored police transmissions indicate officers have been called to the school several times in recent weeks for reports of out-of-control juveniles.

Underage smoking

An electronic cigarette and tobacco were seized at 1:50 p.m. Friday at Marion High School, 701 E. Main St., after a school employee reported that the items had been seen over the noon hour.

Because a juvenile was involved, it is not known whether charges were filed.

Last modified Feb. 8, 2023

 

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