Wellington Police Dept. Bulletin May 7, 2018

Create: 05/08/2018 - 09:10

MONDAY, MAY 7th, 2018

  5:56 am ... Officers conducted a report of an Animal call in the area of Washington and Botkin.

  7:55 am ... Non-Injury Accident in the area of 15th and Washington, city, involving vehicles operated by Bruce e. Dopfel, 60, Belle Plaine, KS and Cooper N. Stewart, 28, city.

  8:00 am ... Bruce E. Dopfel, 60, Belle Plaine, KS, was issued a notice to appear for Failure to Yield Right of Way.

  8:14 am ... Officers took a report of a Juvenile Problem in the 900 blk E. Harvey, city.

  8:24 am ... Officers investigated a Battery in the 1100 blk E. 16th, city.   Known suspect

10:28 am ... Officers conducted a report of an Accidental Damage to a Vehicle in the 200 blk N. C, city.  Window

10:42 am ... Officers took a report of Found Property in the 1100 blk South G, city.  Wallet

12:16 pm ... Officers conducted a Trespass report in the 300 blk E. 13th, city.   Known suspect

  1:56 pm ... Jennifer M. Schultz, 36, city, issued a notice to appear for Driver's License Violation and Failure to Signal.

  2:50 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 1000 blk E. 16th, city.

  3:20 pm ... Officers investigated an Aggravated Assault in the 300 blk N. Washington, city.   Known suspect

  3:50 pm ... Officers took a Found Property report in the 700 blk E. 9th, city.   Bicycle

  4:41 pm ... Officers investigated Harassment by Telecom device in the 1400 blk E. Michigan.

                      Known suspect

  5:43 pm ...   Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property and Disorderly Conduct in the 600 blk North F, city.

  5:45 pm ...   Officers investigated Harassment by Telecom device in the 1400 blk E. Michigan.   Known suspect

  6:15 pm ...   Heather E. Mauk, 34, city, arrested and charged with Criminal Damage to Property and Disorderly Conduct.   confined

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