The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received a report of damaged shrubbery at 1:15 p.m. Saturday from Stanley VanBlaricome of 3278 218th Blvd., Lockridge. Shrubs in front of VanBlaricome’s residence were damaged by an unknown vehicle between 8 a.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday. Damage was estimated at $500.
Gregory Fry of 2241 Glasgow Road reported theft of a hunting shack at 4:33 p.m. Saturday. The hunting shack was taken from a farm near 250th and Palm streets in Cedar Township within the last 30 days. The homemade hunting shack is an 8- by 8-foot structure, with tan siding and a black-shingled roof, set on a hayrack.
The Jefferson County Law Enforcement Center received a call about a white four-door sedan on its top along 245th Street, but with no one around, at 5:18 p.m. Friday. Kimberlee Broyles, 18, of 209 Selma St., Eldon, had been traveling east on 245th Street, hit a loose patch of gravel and overturned the car into the north ditch. She left the scene before an officer arrived, but an officer spoke with her later at her home. Broyles was charged with failure to prove security against liability (non-accident related). The vehicle was towed by Smithburg’s to Broyles’s residence.