Woman charged after disruption at barber shop
January 13, 2019
Police say when a woman caused a scene in a local barbershop, the barber walked out while a neighbor called law enforcement. By the time officers arrived, the woman had left but they soon received another call about her.
According to court records, on Jan. 8 about 5 p.m. Alva police officers Sean Farris and Kaleb Keplinger were dispatched to the Alva Tag Office regarding a disruptive individual identified as Sara Churchill. The tag office employees told them the barber in the same building, Brian Venosdel, had left because Churchill was screaming and being disruptive to his customers.