On August 25th, at approximately 9:12p.m. Norfolk police officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of Pasewalk Ave on disturbance call. The reporting party advised that there was male subject that was acting strange and attempting to fight with employees of the business. The male subject Jeremy J. Hogue 39, of Norfolk was inside the business attempting to enter areas of the building that were not open to the public. Hogue was told to leave the building. Hogue then took is shirt off and began to get aggressive with employees and customers. An employee confronted Hogue and Hogue started pushing the employee and attempted to assault the employee. Employees subdued Hogue and held him down on the ground until police arrived. Hogue was arrested for 3rd Degree Assault and Disturbing the Peace. Hogue was booked into the Norfolk City jail and later transported to the Madison County jail.
On August 25th, at approximately 9:55p.m. Norfolk police officers were dispatched to the 400 blk of Omaha Ave on a report of a male subject that hit a female and then started to fight with his father. Officers arrived on scene and were able to speak with the father. He had lacerations on his forehead, the left side of his face, and a finger. During the investigation officers learned that the suspect Daniel W. Vinson 24, of Norfolk was being aggressive toward a female subject who had given him a ride to the location. Vinson was assaulting the female subject and the father attempted to intervene. After the father got Vinson away from the female, Vinson became aggressive with his father. The father’s injuries where the result of being assaulted by Vinson. Officers located Vinson inside his father’s apartment and arrested him for the assault. As officers attempted to place Vinson into a patrol vehicle and Vinson resisted and had to physically be placed into the vehicle. Officers also discovered that the father had an active protection order against Vinson. Vinson was booked into the Norfolk City jail for 3rd Degree assault, Obstructing a Police Officer and Protection Order Violation. Vinson was later transported to the Madison County jail.,k