UPDATE: Roanoke police arrest man after Sen Warner's office damaged from brick
The Roanoke Police Department has arrested a man after an incident involving damage to Sen. Mark Warner's Roanoke office after a brick was thrown through the front door.
Police have arrested James W. Trainor, 36, in relation to this incident.
Trainor was charged with felony property damage.
The Roanoke Police Department is looking for the person responsible for damaging the front door of Sen. Mark Warner's Roanoke office with a brick.
According to the Roanoke Police Department, officers were dispatched to 2nd Street and Kirk Avenue Southwest at around 7:33 a.m. Monday after receiving a report of a person that was walking around the area carrying bricks.
When police arrived to the scene, they were unable to locate the person they were looking for, but found that there was damage to the front door of Sen. Warner's Roanoke office.
The person who was observed carrying bricks was described as a white man, 25-30 years old, has a slender build and light colored hair.
The Roanoke Police Department is investigating this incident and is currently working to find surveillance video to try to identify the man involved.
If anyone has information about this incident, you're asked to contact the Roanoke Police Department tip line at (540)344-8500.