Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin April 25, 2018

Create: 04/26/2018 - 09:41


  3:00 AM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 2000 blk E. 16th, city.

  7:09 AM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 1100 blk North A, city.   Gasoline

  7:22 AM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 500 blk E. Botkin, city.

  8:39 AM ... Non-Injury Accident in the 500 blk North C, city, involving vehicles operated by Melba E. Maechtlen, 76, Arkansas City, KS and Linda K. Ferguson, 58, city.

  8:40 AM ... Melba E. Maechtlen, 76, Arkansas City, KS, issued a notice to appear for Disobeyed Stop Sign.

  9:48 AM ... Officers took a report of a Domestic Disturbance in the 1400 blk North B, city.   Known subject(s)

  9:49 AM ...  Officers conducted a Courtesy Motor Vehicle Accident report in the 1400 blk E. 16th, city, involving a vehicle operated by Thomas A. Carpenter, 20, city, and a Fixed Object/ Ice Machine owned by Artic Glacier USA, Minneapolis, MN.

10:15 AM ... Darrin A. Baker, 51, city, arrested on a City of Wellington Warrant for Domestic Battery and Disorderly Conduct.   (bonded)

  2:00 PM ... Non-Injury, Hit and Run Accident in the 100 blk E. 21st, city, involving an unknown vehicle and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Charlotte D. Thompson, city.

  2:07 PM ... Officers investigated a Child In Need of Care in the 1000 blk W. Shady Lane Ct, city.

  3:29 PM ... Officers took a report of a Juvenile Problem in the 1100 blk S. Jefferson, city.

  7:49 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 200 blk North C, city.

  9:14 PM ... Michael J. Horn, 27, city, was arrested and charged with Driving While License is Suspended and Speeding 30mph in a 20mph zone.  (radar)


11:08 PM ...  Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the city.


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