Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin September 6, 2017

Create: 09/07/2017 - 09:09

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2017

   5:10 AM ... Michele L. Dall, 42, city, was issued a notice to appear for Speeding 64mph in a 50mph zone.  (radar)

   7:42 AM ... Non-Injury Accident in the 100 blk E. Walnut, city, involving a vehicle operated by James W. Stone, 15, city, and a parked and unoccupied vehicle

owned by Colby Bannister, city.

  1:05 PM ... Officers Assisted an Outside Agency on the Kansas Turnpike

  2:00 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 800 blk South C, city.

  5:25 PM ... Injury Accident in the area of US 160 and Plum, city, involving vehicles operated by Jeremy W. Miller, 31, city, and Michael C. Glazier, 26, city.

  5:28 PM ... Jeremy W. Miller, 31, city, was issued a notice to appear for Failure to Yield Right of Way.

  6:07 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 600 blk E. Hillside, city.

  6:29 PM ... Non-Injury Accident in the 1700 blk E. Crusader Road, city, involved a vehicle operated by Isaac R. Hilt, 16, city, and a Fixed Object / Curb owned by The City of Wellington.

  9:12 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 300 blk East 9th, city.

  9:42 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 300 blk E. Mill, city.

10:03 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 800 blk S. Cherry, city.

10:09 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Person report in the 200 blk E. Mill, city.

 10:11 PM... Joseph A. Byers, 41, city was arrested on a City of Wellington Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear on charges of Illegal Registration and Driving While License is Suspended.

 10:11 PM ...Joseph A. Byers, 41, city, was arrested on a City of Wellington Warrant for Domestic Battery and Criminal Damage to Property.

 10:48 PM ...Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property in the 800 N. Woodlawn, city.   Door Knob

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