A Lawrence man was arrested on early Tuesday morning for battery, and criminal damage to property at tManhattan’s Best Value Inn.
According to Riley County Police reports19-year-old Steven Schoemate was arrested after assaulting John Christie, a front desk clerk. Police say during the altercation a window of the inn was broken valued over $1,000.
Schoemate was released on a $1,500 bond.
A construction site on the northwest side of Manhattan was allegedly the location of a burglary.
Riley County Police say Donna Barry reported the theft which allegedly occurred somtime over the past weekend. According to the report a door was forced open and over $1,100 in power tools were taken.
The investigation is ongoing, and no arrests have been made at this time.
Police say unknown suspects have vandalized a row of road signs on a local street.
According to Riley County Police reports sometime Sunday night vandals knocked down several road signs on the 31-hundred block of Deep Creek Road. Total estimated loss is over $1,000.
Police say the investigation is onging.
According to Riley County Police reports released on Tuesday a Manhattan man was the victim of a burglary early Friday morning.
19-year-old Zachary Kurth told police that his $1,500 Macbook air was taken from his unlocked bedroom sometime around 02:40am on Friday.
Police say no arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.