TOLEDO, Ohio — A man is facing felony charges after he allegedly threw a brick at a Toledo police vehicle early Wednesday.
According to a Toledo police report, two officers were on a routine patrol at the intersection of Michigan Street and Monroe Street in downtown Toledo at approximately 6:07 a.m.
A suspect then threw a brick at the vehicle, striking the rear quarter panel and causing a dent, police claimed.
Police arrested the suspect, 48-year-old Maurice Davis, and charged him with fifth degree felony vandalism among other charges, according to the report.
A judge set Davis's bond at $10,000 Thursday morning. Davis is due back in court on June 15.
The vehicle will remain in service, police said.
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