Larry Vanderpluym, 51, 1103 Birch St., was charged on a Union County warrant for fourth-degree criminal mischief, 7:45 p.m. Monday.
According to a Creston Police report, officers responded to Vanderpluym’s residence to help Ryan Parmenter get his property out of the house. Vanderpluym wanted Shaune Tindle and Parmenter to leave the house. While Parmenter was getting his property out of the house, he noticed he was missing a skateboard and tattoo kit. Tindle told officers Vanderpluym took the items out of the house and broke them. Tindle also stated Vanderpluym went into the house with a baseball bat and swung at Tindle’s property. An officer asked Vandepluym if he did anything to Tindle’s items, which upset him. Officers observed Vanderpluym yelling he did not touch Parmenter’s items. Officers went into the garage with Tindle and Parmenter to look for his broken belongings and found parts of his tattoo kit and skateboard. Total damage to Parmenter’s property was $400.
Vanderpluym was released on $1,000 bond.
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