Wellington Police Dept. Bulletin Friday, October 6, 2017

Create: 10/09/2017 - 10:26

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2017

   3:16 AM ... Officers inv. a Theft and Disorderly Conduct in the 1300 blk Michigan, city.

   3:55 AM ... Officers Assisted an Outside Agency Assist in the 1600 blk N. Readus, city.

   4:05 AM ... Katie M. Martin, 27, city arrested on a Grayson County, Texas Warrant for Forgery of a Financial Instrument.   confined

   8:13 AM ... Officers conducted a courtesy motor vehicle accident report in the 1400 blk E. 16th, city, involving a vehicle operated by James A. Shawn, 33, city, and a parked trailer owned by Ned Applegate, city.

 10:25 AM ... Officers Assisted an Outside Agency in the 600 blk S. Jefferson, city.

 10:40 AM ... Drake C. Rains, 22, city, was arrested on a Kansas Department of Corrections Warrant for Probation Violation.

 11:54 AM ... Officers conducted a Public Service in the 200 blk North C, city.

   3:18 PM ... Officers took a report of a Juvenile Problem in the 1000 blk North A, city.

   6:26 PM ... Officers took a Miscellaneous Report in the 800 blk South H, city.

   6:42 PM ... Officers investigated Criminal Trespass in the 800 blk North G, city.   Known suspect

   6:57 PM ... Officers took a report of a Juvenile Problem in the 200 blk W. Peach Tree Lane, city.

   7:48 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the city.

   7:48 PM ... Officers took a report of a Juvenile Problem in the 1400 blk E. Michigan Court, city.

   9:10 PM ... Silvia Y. Cantarero-Canales, 33, city, was issued a notice to appear for Speeding 30mph in a 20mph zone (radar) and Driver's License Violation.

   9:31 PM ... Officers took a Child in Need of Care report in the 1400 blk E. Michigan Court, city.

   9:35 PM ... Officers took a Misc. Report in the 800 blk South C, city.

 11:48 PM ... Officers took a report of Animal Cruelty in the 400 blk E. Walnut, city.

 

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