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Hoisington Police Report
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Oct. 5

A subject was arrested for expired drivers license.

A subject was issued a citation for driving while suspended, no current proof of insurance and speeding

Someone was arrested for failure to appear

Oct. 6

A subject was arrested for a City of Hoisington arrest warrant for possession of a controlled substance

Oct. 7

A subject was arrested on a Barton County District Warrant.

Oct. 8

Two officers responded to at dog at large report in the 200 block of North Vine. The dog attacked an officer and was shot one time behind the right front leg.

A report of a battery at 1400 N. Vine resulted in the arrest of a subject.

Oct. 12

Several items were reported stolen from a garage at a Hoisington residence.

A female walking on the sidewalk at 1st and Vine was bit by a brown lab mix dog.

Oct. 13

Gambino’s Pizza was burglarized.

A subject was arrested on a Barton County District Warrant.

Oct. 17

It was reported that someone entered the garage at 563 W. Broadway sometime between Oct. 10 and Oct. 14 at stole two dryers, a chainsaw and a trash poly cart.

A female was arrested for expired drivers license and no proof of insurance.

Oct. 20

Possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia by a male at 6th and Pine was reported.

Oct. 22

A theft of a motorcycle was reported at 1300 Random Road.

Oct. 23

A subject was arrested for illegal display of tag and no current proof of insurance.

Oct. 25

A subject was taken into protective custody for trying to harm herself at her residence.

Oct. 27

A male subject force his way into the home at 419 Walnut after a verbal argument. Subject left once inside.

Oct. 30

A subject reported his house at 260 W. 1st was burglarized. Keys and cash were taken.

Oct. 31

Officers were dispatched to a residence in reference to a female subject who took pills not prescribed to her.

Nov. 1

A subject reported theft of items from the garage at his residence at 223 N. Alexander.