By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Police report broken windows
Placeholder Image

Great Bend Police received multiple reports Saturday of broken windows in vehicles around town. Estimated damage in most cases was $200 to $300 per window. Many of the windows were shot out with a BB gun, according to reports.
Someone broke a window out of a Ford Explorer at 1801 Van Buren St. and someone broke the window on a Chevy pickup at 3820 McKinney Dr., it was reported Saturday morning. In the afternoon, it was reported that someone broke two windows on a Chevrolet Trailblazer at 1630 Cherokee Road. In the evening, it was reported that someone shot a window on a vehicle at 5521 Navajo Road.
Police also received a report Sunday night that the back window was broken on a vehicle at 1107 Holland St.
Beginning Monday morning and continuing into the afternoon, police received more reports of broken windows: On a vehicle parked at 1437 12th St., on a 2007 Dodge pickup at 1604 Monroe St., on a 2002 Cadillac at 2514 Dry Creek, on a 2009 Chevy pickup on 12th St., on a vehicle at 2001 Lincoln St., and on a pickup at 1620 18th St. An officer found a vehicle with a window shot out at 1200 Baker Ave., and someone broke the rear slider window on a pickup at 2707 Morton St.
Someone shot a window at 3015 Meadowlark Lane with a BB gun. It was also reported that someone damaged the tail lights on a 2007 Dodge Caliber at 5808 16th St. Terrace.