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Unrest in Brookville on Tuesday night leads to the arrest of 3

BROOKVILLE – Three people were arrested after a disturbance at a Brookville residence Tuesday night.

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Tiffany Miller, 25, of Salina, drove to her ex-boyfriend’s residence in the 500 block of Perry Street in Brookville to pick up some of her belongings that had been laid out on the porch for her, said Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan. Morning.

Miller believed all of her belongings weren’t there, so she and two people with her — Peter McSpadden, 26, of Salina, and Tyson Robb, 19, of Minneapolis — kicked in the door and walked in. entered the residence. Once inside, they confronted Miller’s ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend. The encounter became a physical altercation, Soldan said.

The incident happened shortly before 9:18 p.m. Tuesday.

Miller was arrested on the following requested charges, Soldan said.

●Aggravated burglary

●Domestic battery

●Battery

●Criminal damage to property

● Possession of marijuana

● Possession of drug paraphernalia

<b>Tyson Robb</b>“/><figcaption class=Tyson Robb

Robb was arrested on the following requested charges, Soldan said.

●Aggravated burglary

●Battery

●Criminal damage to property

McSpadden was arrested on the following requested charges, Soldan said.

●Aggravated burglary

●Battery

● Criminal possession of a weapon

●Criminal damage to property

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