(HARLAN) The Harlan Police Department reports numerous arrests in their recent report.
On August 24th, 16-year-old Zachary Anderson, of Earling was arrested when officers were called to the high school parking lot for underage drinking. Two unopened cases of beer and two open cases of beer were confiscated. Andersen was cited for minor in possession of alcohol and released to his parent.
Also on August 24th, 16-year-old Todd Muell, of Panama, was cited for minor in possession of tobacco when officers were called to the high school parking lot after the football game. Muell was found to be in possession of a pack of cigarettes. He was cited and released to his parents.
On August 25th, 54-year-old Robert Murtaugh, of Harlan, was arrested following a traffic stop. Murtaugh was transported to the Shelby County Jail where he was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and driving on the wrong side of the highway.
On August 28th, 23-year-old Douglas Raven, of Harlan, was arrested on an active theft warrant out of Pottawattamie County. Raven was transported to Wings America where custody was transferred to a Pottawattamie County deputy.
On August 29th, 47-year-old Raymond Williams, of Atlantic, was taken into custody following a traffic stop. Williams was cited for driving while suspended, no proof of insurance, and failure to use a seatbelt. He was cited and released.
On September 1st, two subjects were taken into custody when officers received a report of a party involving minors that were drinking. 19-year-old Bryant Griffen, of Harlan, was charged with minor in possession of alcohol. 21-year-old Joseph Lutz, of Harlan, was charged with supplying alcohol to persons under legal age. Both were cited and released.
Also on September 1st, 25-year-old Linda Hemminger, of Harlan, was arrested following a traffic stop. Hemminger was transported to the Shelby County Jail where she was charged with driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled substance and prohibited acts penalties.
The Harlan Police Department is also investigating a broken window. Officers were called to the Rosman Parish Center in Harlan on August 26th for a report of a broken window. The estimated cost of replacement of the window was $1,500. The case remains under investigation.