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Thrown human feces leads to arrest
04/11/2018

(KAIR)--An Atchison man, previously convicted on related charges, is again arrested on suspicion of throwing human feces from a vehicle.

Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson told MSC News 62-year-old Francis Haverkamp was arrested Tuesday. "It's been a recurring problem, specifically with a focus on the type of debris he is throwing out of a vehicle.”

It's alleged that Haverkamp committed the crimes, in the 500 block of Kansas Avenue, during the early morning hours of both Monday and Tuesday. “We've been monitoring the area. He actually was charged, and convicted, of similar crimes in the same area."

Haverkamp now faces charges of littering and unlawful disposal of waste material.

Following his arrest, he was issued a notice to appear in court.

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