Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin

Create: 07/14/2017 - 14:32

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2017

  6:03 AM ... Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property in the 300 blk E. 17th, city.   Tire

  6:28 AM ... Officers took a report of a Mental Subject in the area of Harvey & Washington, city.   Known suject

  6:37 AM ... Officers took a report of a Dog at Large in the 500 blk S. Washington, city.

  6:45 AM ... Shawn A. Janney, 40, city, issued a notice to appear for Dog at Large.

 7:05 AM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 600 blk North A, city.   Trailer & Mowers

 7:16 AM ... Officers Assisted an Outside Agency in the 300 blk E. 12th, city.   Recovery of a vehicle

 8:15 AM ... Officers Assisted an Outside Agency in the 200 blk North C, city.

 9:31 AM ... Officers inv. a Theft in the 1700 blk North C, city.  Gun

11:05 AM ... Officers inv. a Theft in the 2000 blk of East 16th, Watch

 2:44 PM ... Officers made an outside agency assist in the 1100 blk of North Park.

 3:13 PM ... Jakyah L. Bales, 34, city, arrested / confined for aggravated endangering a child.  (for city of Argonia)

 5:34 PM ... Officers inv. Suspicious Activity in the 1100 blk of North A.

 5:31 PM ... Officers made a misc. Report in the 1000 blk of W. 8th.

 7:22 PM ... Officers inv. Criminal Damage to Property in the 1000 blk of S. Jefferson.   Door

 7;30 PM ... Officers inv. Criminal Trespass in the 1300 blk of N. Plum.

 8:29 PM ... Officers made an outside agency assist in the 700 blk of East 16th.   (Warrant Arrest)

 8:45 PM ... Eric D. Haskins-Ybarra, 28, city, was arrested and confined on a Sumner County warrant charged with burglary, theft, id theft, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

10:30 PM ... Officers inv. possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and criminal trespass in the 1200 blk of East Harvey.

11:00 PM ... Kile J. Taylor, 19, Derby, KS, was arrested and confined charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal trespass.

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