Great Bend Police
A trailer and two four-wheelers were reportedly stolen from 1201 Jackson St. sometime on the night of Tuesday, March 22.
Someone keyed a vehicle at 2917 10th St., it was reported last Wednesday.
A vehicle driven by Mary Guy was southbound in the 1300 block of Main at 9:48 p.m. Wednesday and rear-ended a vehicle driven by LaDonna Lytle that was stopped in traffic. This was reported as an injury accident.
A burglary at 437 Dogwood was reported Thursday. Someone took items from the residence and damaged the windows.
Theft of a generator switch from 108 Maple St. was reported at 2:38 a.m. Friday.
At 3:58 a.m. Saturday, it was reported that someone broke out a window in a car at 1715 Heizer St. and took speakers and an amp.
Several people reported finding broken vehicle windows Saturday morning. Reports came from 1450 17th St., 2501 Walnut Drive and 2432 Walnut Drive. People at two other locations reported their vehicles being egged, but no damage resulted.
Someone damaged a vehicle at 14 Third St. and took the stereo, it was reported Saturday. Loss was $210.
A wheelchair and crutches were found Saturday night on 17th St., and were booked into found property.
Vehicles collided at 17th St. Terrace and K-96 at 2:23 p.m. Sunday.
A broken window in a vehicle at 1312 Morton St. was reported Sunday night.
Theft of a car tag decal from 1106 Frey St. was reported Monday.
Cruelty to animals at 1923 Adams St. was reported Monday afternoon. A notice to appear in municipal court was signed and served on J.W. Crabtree.
Craig Moore was driving west in the 5800 block of 10th St. at 4:54 p.m. Monday and his vehicle struck a vehicle driven by Danielle Hayward, which was traveling south from a private drive. Three occupants on the Hayward vehicle were transported to Central Kansas Medical Center in Great Bend.
Barton County Sheriff
A car was reportedly keyed sometime during the night of Wednesday, March 23, in a parking lot at Barton Community College.
Trespassing and dumping of trash at an oil lease site in the 10 block of North Washington Ave. was reported Friday. The people who lease the property reported it will cost about $500 to clean up the property this time. Items dumped included chairs, couches, trash barrels with oil, and swing set parts, even though there are "no trespassing" signs posted on the road.
The BCSO K-9 unit assisted the Claflin Police Department with execution of a search warrant at 101 C St., at 5:26 p.m. Friday.
The BCSO K-9 unit assisted the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and other BCSO deputies on a suspected drug-related call at 216 Holland St. in Great Bend, around 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
A burglary at Santa Fe Mercantile, 300 Cunnife Ave. in Pawnee Rock, was reported Saturday. Someone broke into the antique store and stole an estimate $10,000 in jewelry.
Central Kansas Medical Center’s Emergency Room reported treating a male patient at 2:07 a.m. Sunday, who reported being battered by a known person at The House night club, 206 North U.S. 281, approximately one hour earlier.
On Monday, G&L Well Service reported three locks broken off tool chests on a truck at SE 70 Ave. and SE 40 Road.
Great Bend Fire Department
Number of ambulance runs for past week: five Tuesday, March 22; Wednesday, 10; Thursday, 2; Friday, 4; Saturday, 2; Sunday, 7; Monday, 8.
At 11:53 p.m. on March 22, a truck responded to Burger King for a report of overheated grease. The employee on duty had used a fire extinguisher to extinguish a fire in the deep fryer.
They responded to a smoke spell at 40 NR 20 road on Friday.
On Saturday they responded to Walgreen’s for a fire alarm that was set off by the furnace. There was no fire.