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On the Record for Aug. 19, 2011
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Great Bend Police Department

Aug. 15 reports (Continued from Thursday’s Great Bend Tribune)

A hit-and-run vehicle struck a parked vehicle in the 1600 block of Van Fleet Lane.

A burglary at 416 Locust St. was reported after it was discovered that DVDs and pictures were missing from the residence.

Aug. 16

A vehicle driven by Randy Whipple was eastbound on 10th St. turning south into Walmart at 1p.m. and struck a vehicle driven by Kendra Wirtz, which was also eastbound on 10th.

A vehicle driven by Angela Kats was westbound on 18th turning south onto Hubbard at 7:03 p.m. and struck a vehicle driven by Harry Adams, which was eastbound on 18th St.

Aug. 17

A vehicle at 5220 Ridgeway Drive was broken into and several items were reportedly taken, including a .22 caliber Rugar pistol.

An iPhone was reportedly stolen from the Great Bend High School fieldhouse, 2424 19th St., sometime Wednesday night. Someone took the phone and started posting on Facebook with it.

Someone entered a 2009 Jeep at 5314 Eisenhower Ave. and removed items.

A hit-and-run vehicle struck a parked vehicle at 4701 10th St.

A man was served with a notice to appear in municipal court, for allegedly hitting another man in the face at 236 Chestnut St.

A 2002 Chevy passenger car at 3001 Forest Ave. was damaged.

A woman reported losing her wallet in the 1200 block of 10th St., at an unknown date after Aug. 3. Loss was $1,000.

Items were taken out of a van at 2600 Adams St.

A motorist in a white Pontiac reportedly left 2334 Main St. without paying for $61.44 worth of fuel, shortly before 7 p.m.

A car at 2522 Eighth St. was damaged sometime Tuesday night, possibly with a hammer.


Great Bend Fire Department

Firefighters made six ambulance runs on Tuesday and two on Wednesday.

At 3:27 p.m. Tuesday they responded to a small grass fire at 172 North U.S. 281.

At 12:43 p.m. Wednesday there was a small grass fire in an empty lot at 1015 10th St.

The compost site at 97 SW 5 Ave. heated up early Thursday, causing a smoke smell report. The Great Bend Fire Department checked it around 4:15 a.m. and reported it was OK.