Stolen car and credit cards
Police arrested a 35-year-old woman for possessing a stolen car, credit cards, and drug-related items.
According to police, they received a stolen vehicle report on Wednesday morning for a black Nissan Pathfinder. Later, around 3:15 p.m., officers saw what they believed to be the stolen Pathfinder on Granite Street.
Police pulled the Pathfinder over to speak with the driver, Evie McCard. She said a friend had given the vehicle to her, but she didn’t know the friend's name, police said.
Officers determined the Pathfinder was the one reported stolen. McCard was arrested and cited for possessing stolen property, a felony.
After searching McCard and the vehicle, police found stolen credit cards, syringes, and a small amount of methamphetamine. McCard was also cited for possessing stolen property, dangerous drugs, drug paraphernalia, and driving without a valid driver’s license, all misdemeanors.
Police arrested a man for lighting his coat on fire.
Around 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, officers went to speak with fire officials at the Lincoln Apartments on West Park Street. The fire department was concerned about Paul Bunderson, 49, who had lit his coat and other items in his apartment on fire.
No one was injured, and no significant damage was done, except for a few burn marks on Bunderson’s apartment floor, police said.
Bunderson was arrested for negligent arson and possessing drug paraphernalia, as police found a pipe with him. He was also placed in protective custody.