incident reports

Hillsboro Police

May 27: Officers investigated suspicious fires possibly set by juveniles and took two vandalism reports that occurred in the 200 and 300 blocks of N. Cedar St.

May 28: Police recovered a pistol stolen from the city of Wichita and assisted with a vehicle reposition.

Thursday: Police assisted Wichita police with a burglary case, provided escort for the high school state softball team, and participated in firearms and Doppler radar training. Officers also took a trespass complaint and addressed a minor tobacco violation.

Sunday: Police gave a warning to a parent for allowing the unlawful operation of a golf cart, and investigated a possible pitbull within city limits.

marion police

May 14: Officers responded to a report of a runaway juvenile and a report of a reckless driver. Police conducted a traffic stop in which they located drug paraphernalia, arresting Melissa Fisher on suspicion of transportation of an open container.

May 19: Officers took a report of a scam.

May 20: Officers took a report of a scam.

May 23: Police arrested Dave Shiplet at on suspicion of DUI, and arrested David Leith on suspicion of DUI.

May 25: Officers took a report of an open door at Marion High School, and conducted a traffic stop and arrested Thomas Davis on suspicion of driving while license was suspended.

PEABODY POLICE

May 27: Police took a report of the theft of trashcans.

May 28: Police took a report of burglary and theft from a residence. A trespassing report was taken. Lena Fisher was arrested on a Halstead municipal warrant on a charge of failure to appear.

Thursday: Police took a report of suspicious activity. Police took a report of damage to a city street.

Friday: Officers took a report of attempted theft.

Sunday: Willie I. Creamer was arrested on a Saline County warrant on a charge of worthless checks.

 

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