Kenneth Bazzel was arrested by Maricopa Police Feb. 8 on charges of endangerment, criminal damage and disorderly conduct.
According to a police probable cause statement, officers responded to a home on West Zion Road about 4:35 p.m. on Feb. 8 in reference to a criminal damage report.
A woman told officers her son had a physical fight with another juvenile earlier in the day. She said after the fight on West Rainbow Drive, her family returned home and said she saw a “white chubby male with a blue Detroit hat and a Detroit tattoo” throw a rock through the front window of her house. The man was later identified as Bazzel.
She told police that one of his sons also “threw a plant pot through another front window.”
When an MPD officer arrived at the scene they observed Bazzel wearing a Detroit shirt and sporting a Detroit tattoo on his right arm.
“Kenneth (Bazzel) admitted to throwing a rock through two of the front windows,” the officer wrote in the probable cause statement. He told officers that he threw rocks because he believed the family was harassing his daughter.
Bazzel stated he went over to the house “to beat some ***” and threw the rocks at the windows when a woman inside would not come outside, according to the probable cause statement.
Officers charged and released the son who was allegedly throwing rocks while Bazzel was arrested and taken to the Pinal County Jail.