Member of vandalizing duo sabotages laundromat coin drops but never takes money

29-year-old Travis Jones was charged with two counts of vandalism and criminal responsibility when on three separate occasions he and another man sabotaged equipment in a laundromat but never actually took money.

On April 17th, Lebanon Police Detective Huddleston responded to a vandalism call at the Village Laundry located at 313 North Cumberland Street. Owner Vasantial Patel advised him that on April 9th, he had detected two males on security footage damaging coin-operated washing machines and an arcade game.

Travis Jones (WCSO)
Travis Jones (WCSO)

According to the affidavit, Travis Jones and William Stutts altered the equipment so that they could no longer accept coinage. Then on April 13th, Travis returned and caused damage again. Finally on April 17th, William visited and repeated the previous act, but at no point during any of the three incidents did the men take any money.

On May 12th, Travis Jones was arrested and charged with two counts of vandalism and criminal responsibility. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $3,500 bond.

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