From Evansville Police Department Incident Reports - May 17, 2012
ALL SUSPECTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW.
Pease, Vickie Lynn - Victim of Arson-single dwelling >5000 at 629 E Tennessee St Evansville, IN between 00:30 05/17/2012 and 01:06 05/17/2012.
EFD was dispatched to a working structure fire at the listed address. Fire Investigator S. Jordan suspects the fire was intentionally set. There was no one home while we were on scene. It is unclear whether anyone was still living in the house or not.
Schaefer, Gregory Sean - Victim of Intimidation w/ weapon at 2415 N Kerth Ave Evansville, IN on 05/17/2012, 02:16.Suspect pointed a shotgun at the victims as they stood in their front yard. This was in retaliation for an earlier incident in which they physically removed a subject that had entered their home without their consent.
Millard, Brian Keith - Victim of Criminal Mischief Loss >$250 <$2,500 at 2415 N Kerth Ave Evansville, IN between 10:35 05/17/2012 and 10:41 05/17/2012.
Millard stated that he owns the property. Offender arrived in a black Impala or maroon Monte Carlo. He stood on the front porch attempting to enter the residence without permission, damaging the storm door in the process. Millard confronted offender as offender inflicted the damage and offender told Millard that when he catches Schaefer out, riding a scooter, he is going to hurt him. During this incident (another suspect) stood in the yard holding a sword described by Millard as a Samurai sword, more than three feet in length, unsheathed, from a bamboo sheath. Both subjects fled.
Sex Related Victim - Victim of Rape Attempt between 21:30 05/17/2012 and 21:54 05/17/2012.
The victim had an argument with her boyfriend and left the house to walk. She went east down the railroad tracks and as she was walking, she heard footsteps behind her. She turned around and saw a white male just as he was swinging his hand and hit her on the right side of her head with some type of rock. She said he grabbed her and shoved her on the ground next to the tracks and then ripped the front of her shirt open. He pulled her pants and underwear off and then as he was reaching to undo his pants, she kicked him in the face and grabbed her phone and pants and ran back west to the street. She turned and saw him running south into the woods as she ran and she went to her house to get her boyfriend and call the police. The boyfriend and another subject walked the tracks and possibly contaminated the crime scene before K9 could be called to track. Officer Elfreich and his K9 partner did attempt to pick up the track but were unsuccessful. CSU and the detective office were called to the scene. The victim had no visible injuries and this was an attempt only, so a sexual assault kit was not needed and she was taken to Holly's House for a statement.