Jena Holmes : “Woman Arrested for Car Damage and False ID”

A Norfolk woman found herself in hot water early Wednesday morning after an alleged incident involving a parked vehicle and a case of mistaken identity. The situation unfolded in the 1300 block of East Hayes Avenue, where the woman reportedly caused damage to a parked car.

According to Capt. Mike Bauer of the Norfolk Police Division, officers responded to a call about a disturbance at 2:40 a.m. When they arrived on the scene, they spotted the suspect leaving in another vehicle. The victim’s car had sustained significant damage, including deep scratches on the driver’s side and hood, as well as a broken windshield, driver’s side window, and door handle. The total estimated damage was more than $5,000.

As the suspect drove away, a witness provided a description of the vehicle to authorities. A Stanton County deputy spotted the car and followed it until Norfolk officers conducted a traffic stop. Upon further investigation, the passenger in the vehicle, identified as Jena Holmes, 32, of Norfolk, was arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief and impersonation. She initially provided officers with a false name during questioning.

Holmes was taken into custody and held at the Norfolk City Jail before being transferred to the Madison County Jail to await further legal proceedings.

The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of honesty and accountability in all interactions with law enforcement. It also highlights the swift response and cooperation between multiple agencies in resolving criminal matters within the community.

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