One of the broken windows at the Springfield City Hall on Monday that was vandalized the day before, on May 31. BILL LACKEY/STAFF
Photo: Staff Writer
Photo: Staff Writer

2 charged after unrest, vandalism in Springfield last weekend

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The arrests are for damage at 22 E. Main St., where 17 windows were smashed the night of May 31, according to a Friday evening news release from the city of Springfield.

The adult was arrested on charges of vandalism and aggravated riot and was taken to the Clark County Jail. Although the police division did not identify the adult, Marc Anthony James Lanham, 19, was booked into the jail Friday on suspicion of vandalism and aggravated riot, jail records show.

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The juvenile was arrested on charges of vandalism, aggravated riot and breaking and entering.

The unrest remains under investigation and more arrests are expected, the city said.

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Anyone with information, photographs or video taken during Sunday night’s unrest is asked to contact the Springfield Police Division at 934-324-7716 or email

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