Dude, where's my chair?
Danville didn't escape the last Wednesday incident free, unfortunately.
Don't worry, though, it wasn't too serious and no one was hurt.
On the morning of the parade, when people started to fill the chairs they left out the night before, a few were missing. The owners of these particular chairs called the Danville Police at 7:35 a.m. to report the missing property placed somewhere along the 900 block of Hartz Way.
We currently don't have a description of the chairs but what we do know is that you can sit in them.
It appeared that this was the only incident involving missing chairs that day. The reporting officer listed it as a petty theft, meaning the stolen goods totaled less than $950.
Danville Police Chief Steve Simpkins told Danville Patch that this will happen from time to time but it isn't a common occurrence.
For a parade that , according to the Danville Police, and its one major incident was a couple of missing chairs, that's not so bad.
Danville Police made two drunken driving arrests -- at the same time.
At around 5 a.m., last Sunday, there was an accident involving two cars at Remington Drive and Sheri Lane.
An anonymous caller reported the accident to the police. And when the responding officers got to Remington Drive and Sheri Lane, they discovered that both drivers were in fact drunk, thus making two arrests.
No one was injured in the double drunk incident.
Juveniles make a mess
The field will need some repairs thanks to a couple of juveniles and a vehicle.
Last Tuesday Danville Police caught some juveniles, around 10 p.m., tearing up the field at the high school with a vehicle. The district has yet to determine the extent and cost of the damage.
This is all the information we have right now.
The juveniles will be diverted to the Danville Police station. Diversion is a route given to juveniles who may be first time offenders for non-violent crimes. Punishment may include working around the station, writing essays, or manual labor such as washing patrol vehicles.
Simpkins said juveniles who are diverted, however, do not get out of paying any restitution costs for damages an incitement may cause.
We'll update with the cost of the damage as soon as the district releases it.