Early Sunday morning, the Kendallville Police were dispatched to the 400 block of North Main Street in reference to a Chevrolet Blazer, containing several subjects that were reportedly discharging paint from inside the vehicle. Upon arriving in the area, officers conducted a traffic stop with a vehicle matching the description.
During the traffic stop, officers located three suspects inside the vehicle. Along with the three subjects, officers observed the inside of the vehicle to be covered in orange paint. After speaking with each of the three, it was discovered that a Mark Keene, II of Kendallville discharged orange paint from the rear of the vehicle using two squirt guns. Keene was taken into custody and transported to the Noble County Jail. Charges are still pending for the other two subjects involved, as of right now 44 vehicles, 4 street signs, and three building structures have been claimed as damaged in the incident that is still under investigation.
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