Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin June 16, 2017

Create: 06/19/2017 - 11:48

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2017

  5:38 AM ... Officers took a Suicide Threat report in the 500 blk N. Blaine, city.   Known subject

  6:22 AM ... Officers took a Miscellaneous report in the 2000 blk E. 16th, city.

     On June 13, 2017 at 9:09 A.M. ... Officers investigated a Disorderly Conduct in the 500 blk N. Woodlawn, city.   Known suspect

 9:23 AM ... Officers took a report of Found Property at the Wellilngton City Lake.   ATV

10:00 AM ...Officers took a Miscellaneous report in the 1000 blk Shadylane Ct, city.

12:22 PM... Noble L. Shockley, 35, city, was arrested on a City of Salina Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear on charges of Theft and Criminal Trespass.  (confined)

  3:15 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 400 blk E. Maple, city.

  3:26 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 900 blk South A, city.

  4:13 PM ... Officers responded to a Trespass report in the 1000 blk W. 20th Street, city.   Known subject

  4:38 PM ... Officers investigated a Stalking in the 600 blk High Drive, city.   Known suspect

  4:45 PM ... Aimee M. Hesse, 40, Conway Springs, Ks, issued a notice to appear for No proof of Insurance and Speeding 43mph in a 30mph zone.  (radar)

 5:55 PM ... Noah H. Row, 20, city, was issued a notice to appear for Defective Headlight,  Defective Turn Signal and Defective Windshield.

 7:19 PM ... Officers investigated Domestic Battery in the 500 blk N. Poplar, city.  Known suspect

 8:09 PM .. Officers investigated a Violation of Probation and Criminal Damage to Property in the 200 blk N. Plum, city.    Known suspect

 8:10 PM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 500 blk N. Poplar, city.   Keys    Known suspect

 8:48 PM ... Officers investigated a Battery and theft in the 100 blk S. Washington, city.   Known suspect

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