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Halloween night hazards included thrown pumpkins
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Great Bend police received only a few reports of Halloween mischief, according to the department’s Daily Incident Log.
At 9:11 p.m. Saturday, there was a report of subjects throwing pumpkins from a vehicle in the vicinity of 19th and McKinley St. The vehicle was located and citations issued.
A traffic hazard was reported at 10:20 p.m., after someone placed a toilet in the roadway at Forest and Odell.
After midnight, there were two reports of vehicles being egged. In one case, the eggs were allegedly thrown by an ex-boyfriend and a case was taken for a violation of a protection from abuse order.
The second report was a drive-by egging.
More Great Bend residents awoke later in the day Sunday and discovered their vehicles had been egged. No criminal case was taken if the vehicle was not damaged.
There were reports Sunday morning of vehicles with criminal damage, although the nature of the damage was not indicated on the log. Damage to vehicles was reported at 1301 Adams St. and 2608 16th St.
Police also received reports Sunday night of fireworks being shot between 11:48 and 11:53. These reports came from the 2400 block of Quivira, the 2300 block of 31st St. and the 3100 block of Williams St.