Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin July 10, 2017

Create: 07/11/2017 - 09:13

MONDAY, JULY 10, 2017

  1:35 AM ... Officers took a report of a Drivers' License Violation in the area of 9th and Jefferson, city.   Known subject

  1:35 AM ... Zachary S. Morgan, 15, issued a notice to appear for Drivers' License Violation / Permit only.

  7:27 AM ... Officers conducted a Courtesy Motor Vehicle Accident report in the 400 blk W. Mill, city, involving a vehicle operated by Bradley D. Aue, 31, city.

  9:15 AM ... Alex M. Smith, 21, Wichita, KS, issued a notice to appear for Speeding 43mph in a 30mph zone.

12:22 PM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 600 blk E. Harvey, city.   Glasses & Currency

12:56 PM ... Officers took a report of a Verbal Disturbance in the 1500 blk N. Park, city.

  1:25 PM ... Officers investigated an Aggravated Sexual Battery in the 200 blk North C, city.

  3:19 PM ... Officers took a Found Property report in the 200 blk North C, city.  Check (known owner)

  4:13 PM ... Officers investigated a Battery in the 1100 blk North Blaine, city.   Known suspect

  4:53 PM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 200 blk North C, city.  Cell phone   (recovered)

  5:09 PM ... Monty J. Banister, 19, city, was arrested and charged with Aggravated Burglary and Theft.   confined

  5:31 PM ... Michael L. Mills, 38, Mayfield, KS, arrested on a Kansas Department of Corrections Arrest and Detain Warrant for Probation Violation.   (confined)

  5:55 PM ... Officers investigated a Battery in the 1500 blk North B, city.   Known suspect

  6:38 PM ... Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property and Domestic Battery in the 1300 blk N. Poplar, city.    Known suspect(s)

  8:59 PM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 1700 blk N. Washington, city.

  9:36 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Person report in the 2000 blk E. 16th, city.

11:31 PM ... Officers investigated a Theft and Criminal Use of a Financial Card in the 1100 blk North A, city.   Known suspect    (items recovered)

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