Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletins May 10 and 11, 2019

Create: 05/13/2019 - 14:43

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2019

  12:26 AM ... Suspicious Activity report, 1500 blk N. Washington, city.

   9:50 AM ...  Officers inv. Theft, 500 blk N. Park, city.

 10:59 AM ...  Officers responded to an Animal Complaint in the 700 blk North C, city.

  4:08 PM  ...  Suspicious Activity report, 600 blk E. Harvey, city.

  4:23 PM ...  Response to a Domestic Disturbance, 1300 blk N. Poplar, city.

  7:08 PM ...  Officers took a Lost Property report in the 1400 blk E. 16th, city.  Wallet

  7:55 PM ... Officers inv. Criminal Damage to Property and Battery on Law Enforcement Officer in the 1000 blk E. 16th, city.   known juvenile suspect

10:10 PM ... Non-Injury Accident involving vehicles driven by Michael G. Holdaway, 38, city, and Taylor N. Meyer, 17, city.

10:20 PM ... Michael G. Holdaway, 38, city, arrested/charged w/Driving Under the Influence, Driving while License Suspended,  Transporting an Open Container and Ignition Interlock Device Required.   (bonded)

SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2019

  12:15 PM ... Brianna W. Hibbard, 22, city, and Jennifer L. McBath, 44, city, arrested and charged with Domestic Battery in the 1100 blk Edgewood, city.  (bonded)

   1:12 PM ...  Jonathan D. Daniels, 43, city, arrested on a Cowley County Warrant for Theft and Criminal Threat.

   1:59 PM ...  Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property in the 600 blk S. Washington.

   2:54 PM ...  Officers took a Suspicious Activity report, 200 blk North C, city.

   3:55 PM ...  Non-Injury Accident involving vehicles driven by Gerald E. Adams, 82, city, and Karen E. Atkinson, 76, city.

   4:15 PM ...  Gerald E. Adams, 82, city, issued a Notice to Appear for Failure to Yield Right of Way.

   5:35 PM ...   Non-Injury Accident involving vehicles driven by Dagan A. Toney, 20, South haven, Ks and Zavier A. Divelbliss, 20, Haysville, KS.

   5:35 PM ...  Dagan A. Toney, 20, South haven, KS, issued a Notice to Appear for Inattentive Driving.

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