The following items appear in the latest Belleville Police crime blotter released Monday:
8:02 a.m. CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY - Labor & Industry Museum, 123 N. Church St. The reporting party stated between 8/9-8/10/12, unknown person(s) pushed over a 1000 pound decorative pig, damaging it.
10:54 p.m. DISORDERLY CONDUCT-FIGHTING/CURFEW VIOLATION - S. Belt East and S. Jackson. Officers responded to the area in reference to subjects gathering and a possible disturbance. Upon arrival two subjects, Christopher Conklin, 18, and Erin Kiefer, 20, were observed in a physical altercation. After a brief struggle, both subjects were taken into custody. A third subject, 15, attempted to intervene in the arrest of Conklin and Kiefe, she was also detained. All three subjects were transported to HQ's. The juvenile was issued a citation for curfew, given a Notice To Appear and released to a sibling. Conklin was issued a citation for disorderly conduct, given a Notice To Appear and released to his mother. Kiefer was issued citations for disorderly conduct, failure to comply, and public drunkenness and held pending bond. A citation was completed for Improper Supervision of Children Act, which is on file to be issued to the juvenile's mother.
11:11 p.m. CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY - 700 block of S. Belt East. The victim reported when she was leaving the fairgrounds, a group of juveniles threw rocks at her vehicle causing numerous scratches.
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