Man accused of slashing tires on police cars | News
You sometimes hear about someone trying to break out of a police station, but you don't often hear of someone breaking in.
Warner Robins police say that's exactly why one Bonaire man is facing more than a dozen charges today.
Spokeswoman Tabitha Clark says Stephen Harrison climbed over the fence at the Warner Robins Law Enforcement Center early Saturday. Then he allegedly slashed tires on 11 police vehicles and one other vehicle parked there. Clark says Harrison had been arrested for DUI the day before.
Harrison is charged with 11 counts of criminal interference with government property, driving without a license, one count of criminal trespass damage, and one count of criminal trespass entry. He was released Sunday night on $3,000 bond.