Two persons were cited for criminal mischief in separate incidents in Jim Thorpe.
Borough police said on Monday, Oct. 31, about 7:37 p.m. they were dispatched to 717 Center Avenue for a mischief complaint. Upon arrival officers were told by Judy Lee Holmes that her son, Travis Tyler Loch, 24, of 236 Mussmano St., Nesquehoning, had thrown an egg at her house and on her vehicle. Police said Loch was cited.
On Tuesday, Oct. 11, about 9 a.m. police received a complaint from Robert Kuhn Jr., owner of Kuhn Transportation, that a 16-year-old male damaged a seat on one of the school buses of the firm. The incident occurred on Friday, Oct. 7, while in the parking lot of the Jim Thorpe High School, Kuhn said.
Police cited the juvenile for criminal mischief.