Wellington Police Dept. Daily Bulletins April 20-21-22, 2018

Create: 04/23/2018 - 10:13

 FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2018

  9:34 AM ... Officers took an Animal Complaint report in the 1200 blk South C, city.

 10:27 AM ... Officers conducted a Welfare Check in the area of Woodlawn and Harvey, city.

 11:31 AM ... Officers investigated Violation of a Protection Order in the 1300 blk E. Michigan, city.

  3:07 PM ...  Officers investigated a Theft in the 1100 blk North A, city.   Vehicle (recovered)  Known suspect

  5:21 PM ... Officers took an Animal Report in the 800 blk N. Woodlawn, city.

 5:36 PM ...  Officers investigated a Theft in the 600 blk W. 3rd, city.   License plate.


  1:30 PM ... Jimmy J. Hill Jr., 20, Wichita, KS, was arrested on a City of Wellington Warrant for Therapy.

 11:09 PM ... Officers conducted a Welfare Check in the 300 blk E. 11th, city.

SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2018

 11:31 AM ... Officers Assisted an Outside Agency in the 200 blk South B, city.

   2:09 PM ... Officers conducted a Suicide Threat report in the 1200 blk North C, city.

  2:56 PM  ... Officers investigated Making False Information in the 1100 blk W. 8th, city.

  3:54 PM ... Officers took a report of a Neighbor Dispute in the 200 blk South B, city.

  6:28 PM ...  Officers investigated a Theft in the 200 blk S. Arthur, city.  Chainsaw

  9:47 PM ...  Officers took a Report of a Runaway in the 600 blk N. Morningside Drive, city.  (located and returned home)

  9:47 PM ...  Officers investigated Contributing to a Child's Misconduct in the 1000 blk W. Shady Lane Court, city.

10:48 PM ... Angela M. Holdaway, 33, city, arrested/charged with Domestic Battery.  (confined)

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