Great Bend Fire Department
Firefighters made seven ambulance runs Friday, two Saturday and five Sunday.
They performed one carbon monoxide check on Saturday, and on Sunday they responded to an alarm on Ridgeway St. that was set off from cooking.
Great Bend Police
Someone entered an unlocked vehicle at 1717 Jackson St., taking a Garman GPS and cash, it was reported Friday. Loss was $200.
Tools were stolen from the back of a pickup at 1817 Jackson St., it was reported Friday.
Unauthorized use of a credit card was reported Friday.
A vehicle driven by Neal B. Baxter was eastbound in the 200 block of 10th St. at 3:18 p.m. Friday and struck a vehicle driven by Alex R. Hemberger, who was stopped in traffic. Baxter received a citation and Hemberger’s vehicle was towed.
Theft of a Kansas license tag "sometime in the last year" was reported Friday. Another person reported noticing his tag was missing on a Ford F-150 pickup when he left work Friday.
A woman was attempting to park a car at Everything Under the Son, 407 McKinley St., at 3:45 p.m. Friday and the vehicle hit the building.
A vehicle driven by Timothy Langer was westbound on 10th St. at 5:32 p.m. Friday and struck a vehicle driven by Emily Schepmann, who was eastbound turning left.
Theft of military items within the last week from a house at 1425 16th St. was reported Friday.
Someone kicked a door at the Baltzell Motel, 705 10th St., causing a room window to shatter, it was reported Saturday morning.
Barton County Sheriff
A vehicle driven by Gary Rapp hit a deer in the 400 block of SW 50 Ave. at 7:12 a.m. Friday.
A vehicle at 609 Barton St. was broken into sometime Thursday night and a black powder rifle was taken.
Officers and EMTs were dispatched to the bar at 206 North U.S. 281 at 1:09 a.m. Saturday after a disturbance was reported with one subject possibly unconscious. One man was reportedly battered after trying to break up a fight.
A $38.86 gas skip at Casey’s General Store, 2716 10th St., was reported at 8:48 p.m. Saturday. A license tag and vehicle description were supplied.
A party with 15-25 teenagers and beer bottles present was reportedly going on in the area of 28th St., between Williams and Morphy in Great Bend, at 11:57 p.m. Friday. Four reserve officers responded but did not find the party; however, it was reported that one or more teenagers who were present did dump out their alcoholic beverages.