Police captain’s house egged after he asks for investigation into missing records

Police captain’s house egged after he asks for investigation into missing records
Cincinnati Police Captain Jeff Butler (Photo: FOX19 NOW/file)

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A police investigation is underway into who egged the house of a Cincinnati police captain one day after it was revealed he asked the city for an outside investigation into missing records.

Captain Jeff Butler filed a criminal damaging report with a police department in Hamilton County Friday morning.

He told police he discovered about six or seven eggs smashed onto his driveway and sidewalk areas about 8:30 a.m., an incident report shows.

Butler declined comment Friday.

FOX19 NOW is honoring his request not to identify his address and community for privacy reasons.

Police are checking egg shells from the scene for fingerprints.

Cincinnati police captain's house egged
Cincinnati police captain's house egged
Police captain's house egged after he asks for investigation into missing records
Police captain's house egged after he asks for investigation into missing records

They said they have no suspects.

The offense is believed to have occurred between 11:30 p.m. Thursday and 12:30 a.m. Friday, according to the report.

No other homes in the area appear to have been egged, authorities said.

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