Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletin September 11, 2017

Create: 09/12/2017 - 09:57

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

   5:45 am ... Paul E. Cornwell, 57, city, issued a notice to appear for Speeding 64mph in a 50mph zone.  (radar)

  8:09 am ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 100 blk North B, city.   Bicycle

  9:15 am ... Marian S. Galecki,  27, Walsh, CO was issued a notice to appear for Illegal Registration / Expired.

10:55 am ... Kacie L. Kennedy, 34, Mulvane, KS, was issued a notice to appear for Speeding 54mph in a 40mph zone.  (radar)

11:04 am ... Non-Injury Accident in the 1000 W. Myles, city, involving vehicles operated by Kenneth W. Barker, 73, city, and Vincent Macias, 76, city.

 3:27 pm ... Officers investigated Reckless Driving in the 2200 blk E. 16th, city.

 3:38 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 1100 blk S. Woodlawn, city.

 4:00 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 900 blk South A, city.

 4:20 pm ... Officers investigated a Driver's License Violation in the 900 blk South A, city.   Known driver

 6:09 pm ... Officers investigated a Battery in the 200 blk W. Peach Tree Lane, city.

 6:45 pm ... Non-Injury, Private Property accident in the 100 blk W. Botkin, city, vehicle operated by Emilee E. McComb, 24, city, and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Shirley A. Mies, city.

 6:58 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 800 blk E. 16th, city.

 7:01 pm ... Officers took a report of a Juvenile Problem in the 1600 blk W. 16th, city.

 7:06 pm ... Officers investigated Criminal Damage to Property in the 2000 blk E. 16th, city.   Vehicle

 8:56 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the area of 16 Shadybrook Drive, city.\

 9:45 pm ... Officers took a report of a Neighbor Dispute in the 400 blk W. Harvey, city.   Known subjects

11:52 pm ... Officers conducted an Animal Bite report in the 1600 blk W. Western, city.    Known owner

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