Police Make 1 Arrest In String Of Vandalisms, Still Looking For 2nd Suspect

Police say the man pictured here is a suspect in several vandalism incidents on April 25. (Credit: CSPD)

Police say they have made one arrest in a rash of vandalism incidents on the northeast side of town, but are still looking for a second suspect.

The vandalisms occurred on April 25 on 5300 block of Plumstead Drive, near Research and Powers. Police say along with several homes, businesses and vehicles, District 20 was one of the victims. They have not specified the district property that was vandalized, but there is an elementary school in that area.

Police say after investigating further, they arrested Joshua Hiett for felony criminal mischief. They are still looking for a second suspect, possibly named "Scott." Police say this man is being sought for questioning. He is believed to hang out at Fairfax Park, which is near the street police say the vandalisms took place.

CSPD has released a photo of the suspect. If you have any information on his whereabouts, then call CSPD at 444-7000 or Crime Stoppers at 634-STOP.