Wellington Police Dept. Bulletins Nov. 10-11-12, 2017

Create: 11/13/2017 - 11:07

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2017

  1:07 am ... Officers took a report of a Child in Need in the 1500 blk North B, city.

  6:12 am ... Devin M. Smith, 25, city, arrested and charged with No Insurance,  Expired Registration and Expired Drivers' License.  (bonded)

 3:36 pm ... Jessica D. Henton, 41, city, was issued a notice to appear for Illegal Registration.

 6:09 pm ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 1300 blk E. Harvey, city.  Tools

 7:57 pm ... Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property in the 1200 blk E. Lincoln, city.  Window pane.

10:49 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 700 blk W. 4th, city.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2017

  9:21 am ... Sydney M. Reyes, 26, issued a notice to appear for Disobeyed Stop Sign.

12:04 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 200 blk E. 4th, city.

 1:10 pm ... Officers took a report of Found Property in the 200 blk E. 4th, city.   Identification

 4:11 pm ... Rebekah E. Dunbar, 26, Russellville, AR was issued a notice to appear for Speeding 59mph in a 40mph zone, (radar) and Expired Drivers License.

 8:23 pm ... Officers investigated a Battery, Child In Need of Care and Disorderly Conduct in the 700 blk North Washington, city.   Known subject(s).

 9:26 pm ... Skyler C. Crittenden, 18, city, arrested and charged with Illegal Registration and No Insurance.  (bonded)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2017

 1:33 pm ... Officers took a Susppicious Activity report in the area of Sunset Road, city.

 8:28 pm ... Officers took a report of a Suicide Attempt in the 600 blk N. Morningside Dr., city.

10:23 pm ... Victoria L. Stayton, 20, Valley Center, KS, issued a notice to appear for Failure to Yield Right of Way.

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