EUGENE, Ore. - The man arrested in connection with vandalism at a downtown non-profit store Sunday got out of jail Monday - and went back to jail after an incident on the University of Oregon campus.
Samuel James Vannoy, 23, was arrested Tuesday morning and booked on two counts of harassment and one count of disorderly conduct after an incident on the UO campus, according to jail records.
Jail records also show Vannoy was booked Sunday on charges including burglary, criminal mischief and abuse of a venerated object. He was released the next day due to a failure to file formal charges, jail records show.
A representative of the victims in Sunday's vandalism told KVAL News on Tuesday that she signed the forms to press charges.
KVAL News contacted the district attorney's office for comment Tuesday.
The decision was made not to pursue felony charges against Vannoy for the Assistance League vandalism, explained Deputy District Attorney Patty Perlow.
That puts the case to municipal court for prosecution of misdemeanor charges. Prosecutors there have 6 months to 2 years to file charges, depending on the offense, Perlow said.
He was released Monday before municipal court charges could be brought against him.
The charges from Tuesday's incident at the UO, all misdemeanors, will also go to municipal court.