Running amok on the lake: Henrico police accuse 68-year-old man after fire station, smashed garage doors of the rescue team

Citizen staff

Lawrence Ingraham

Henrico police arrested and charged a 68-year-old man who they believe was rampaging in Lakeside early that morning, breaking garage doors in three separate buildings, including a fire station and a rescue team.

The suspect, Lawrence S. Ingraham, faces three cases of vandalism, one for each location.

According to police, the first incident occurred when a Honda Odyssey struck the garage doors of the No. 5 Henrico Fire Station on the 6900 block of Lakeside Avenue early Tuesday morning.

They found an additional garage door that was badly damaged in a nearby store. Then the suspect allegedly parked outside the bay doors of the nearby Lakeside Volunteer Rescue Squad and broke all the windows in the garage doors and the glass from the door of the building.

The suspect fled the scene on foot and got out of the vehicle before the police arrived. Detectives later identified him as Ingraham.

He is being detained in the Henrico County Sheriff’s office without any commitment.

No injuries were reported as a result of the three incidents, said Henrico Police Lt. Matt Pecka.

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