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Axe-damaged vehicles, stalking, send LV man to prison

(KAIR)--A Leavenworth man, accused of using an axe to damage multiple vehicles, has plead guilty to charges related to criminal damage to property and stalking.

A release from the office of Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson says Jeffery Adams, in Leavenworth County District Court last week, was then sentenced to more than two-years in prison-14 months for criminal damage to property and 12 months for stalking-with the two running consecutively, resulting in the 2-year-2-month sentence.

The release explains that on May 24, 2022, home surveillance video revealed that the 49-year-old Adams had used an axe to vandalize multiple parked vehicles outside the victim's residence on South 22nd Street, near downtown Leavenworth, resulting in the criminal damage to property.

Then, just over a week later, on June 4, Police received a call about Adams' harassment and threats toward the victims at the same South 22nd Street location. One of the victims was washing his car in the driveway when Adams approached and shouted at him from his vehicle, leading to Adams being charged with stalking.

The release notes that “during the investigation, it was revealed that Adams had engaged in repeated acts of harassment against the victims,” including posting messages on social media, driving by their home and business, yelling at them when they were outside, and sending threatening messages.

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