A Mauston man faces criminal charges after police say he threw a brick through a car windshield.
Adam Mcintyre, 44, is charged with two counts of criminal damage to property domestic abuse and disorderly conduct domestic abuse. He is a repeater for the charges. He faces up to two years and nine months imprisonment for each charge of criminal damage to property and two years and 90 days imprisonment for the disorderly conduct charge.
According to the criminal complaint:
Mauston police responded to the report of a disturbance near Bank of Mauston July 3. The female caller reported an adult male “smashed the windshield of her vehicle and was running toward the back of Bank of Mauston on Gateway Avenue.”
A Juneau County Deputy responding to the call reported sighting the male subject behind the Log Cabin Deli in Mauston. The male suspect a female, the reporting party, were made to lay on the ground. The male, identified as Mcintyre, was handcuffed.
The female stated Mcintyre came to her residence earlier asking to stay with her “as he was homeless.” After she told him he could not stay there, Mcintyre left. He returned later on to request she let him stay with her again, this time knocking on her bedroom window.
The female reported Mcintyre was intoxicated the second time he came to her home. When she came outside her residence after hearing a loud noise, she saw a “a large brick thrown through her car windshield,” and observed Mcintyre running away.
Officers photographed the damage done to the vehicle.
Mcintyre is currently in the Juneau County Jail. His pre-trial conference is scheduled for Aug. 15 at the Juneau County Justice Center.