Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin

Create: 05/21/2019 - 11:14

Thursday, May 16 ... 7:45 am ... Peyton S. Linker was issued a Notice to Appear for Amplification of Sound.

  5:40 am ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 200 blk South B, city.

  6:12 am ... Aaron V. Hall, 38, city, was issued a notice to appear for Defective Brake Lamp Seatbelt Violation.

  6:45 am ... Phillip D. Jackson, 62, Eufaula, OK, issued a notice to appear for Seatbelt Violation.

  6:59 am ... Louise L. Brock, 44, city, was issued a notice to appear for Seatbelt Violation.

  7:21 am ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 500 blk N. Woodlawn, city.

  9:54 am ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 600 blk N. Delrose, city.

  3:16 pm ... Officers conducted a Civil Stand-by in the 1300 blk E. Michigan, city.

  3:29 pm ... Officers investigated Assault in the 100 blk North B, city.   known suspect

  3:48 pm ... Injury Accident involving vehicles driven by Vickie C. Johnson, 67, city, and Logan J. Corp, 18, city.

  4:05 pm ... Non-Injury Accident involving vehicles driven by Renu Shrestha, 27, Winfield, KS and Alisha R. Hunter, 33, city.

  4;44 pm ... Rena Shrestha, 27, Winfield, KS, issued a Notice to Appear for Failure to Yield Right of Way.

  4:13 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 800 blk N. Woodlawn, city.

  5:03 pm ... Scott D. Clark, 47, city, issued a Notice to Appear for No Seatbelt and Expired Registration.

  5:15 pm ... Christina L. Nichols, 36, city, issued a Notice to Appear for No Seatbelt.

  7:25 pm ... Christofer R. Jesina, 48, Caldwell, KS, issued a Notice to Appear for No Seatbelt.

  9:56 pm ... Non-Injury Accident involving a vehicle driven by Shy L. Eady, 18, city, and an unattended vehicle owned by Billie J. Maness, city.

  9:56 pm ... Shy L. Eady, 18, city, was issued a Notice to Appear for Inattentive Driving.

 

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