Great Bend Fire Department
Firefighters made six ambulance runs Wednesday, four Thursday, four Friday, 10 Saturday, four Sunday and six Monday.
On Wednesday there was a fire on the river and a stubble field fire east of Fort Zarah at 10:30 p.m.
At 1:17 a.m. Thursday there was a fire in a trash bin at 1701 Main. At 5:46 a.m. there was a gas leak at 615 Odell St. and at 7:27 p.m. firefighters responded to a yard on fire at 320 Plum St. That fire was caused by fireworks.
At 3:18 p.m. Friday firefighters responded to St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgical Center, 3515 Broadway Ave., where a cigar butt caught some landscaping material on fire.
At 10:52 p.m. Friday they responded to NE 20 Ave. and NE 50 Road to assist the Hoisington Fire Department with a stubble field fire.
At 8:34 a.m. Saturday they responded to the 100 block of Overland Trail for an illegal burn in process, and at 11:06 a.m. they responded to 986 SW 60 Road to assist Pawnee Rock on a stubble field fire caused by lightning.
Great Bend Police
A vehicle driven by Dorris McFarren was eastbound in the St. Rose parking lot, 3515 Broadway, at 10:52 a.m. Friday and hit some landscaping, then struck a parked vehicle.
Fred McNett was backing a vehicle from a private drive and struck a parked vehicle at 2525 16th St. at 1:40 p.m. Friday.
A battery and theft case at 2910 18th St. was reported Friday.
A vehicle driven by Stormy Flenner was eastbound on 16th St. at 5:05 p.m. Friday and struck a vehicle driven by Audray Clark, who was northbound on Williams.
A vehicle driven by Cory Detter was southbound at 11:01 a.m. Friday and struck a parked vehicle at 1705 Baker Ave.
Criminal damage to a vehicle at 1036 Van Buren was reported Friday.
A CD case containing compact discs was found on 24th St. and booked as found property early Saturday.
Theft of a barricade from a block party at 4827 Camelot West was reported Sunday.
A report of theft and criminal trespass at Dillon’s Store 51, 4107 10th St. was made Sunday afternoon. Notices to appear in municipal court were signed and served on a suspect.
An employee at the Dillon’s Store No. 3, 1811 Main, reported getting a counterfeit $5 bill.
Theft of a 1987 Ford Bronco from 1921 Madison St. was reported Sunday. Loss was $2,800.
A suspect was served a notice to appear in municipal court after reportedly taking items from Walmart, 3503 10th St.
A burglary at 1910 Madison St. was reported Sunday. A Toshiba laptop computer was taken from the residence.
Theft of a black and blue Mongoose 20-inch BMX bike from 1715 Morton St. was reported Sunday.
A known person allegedly stole a purse from 809 Maple St., it was reported early Monday.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a business building at 1207 Kansas Ave. on Monday morning.
Someone scratched a 1999 Chrysler Concord at 2911 12th St.
Theft of medication from the residence at 4943 Quail Creek Dr. was reported.
A vehicle driven by Gary Parr was northbound in the 800 block of Madison St. at 9 p.m. Monday and collided with a vehicle driven by Betty Hood, who was eastbound on Ninth St. This was an injury accident.
Barton County Sheriff
The Road Department was contacted Friday morning after it was reported that someone had dumped a big-screen TV in a ditch in the 500 block of NE 40 Road.
A window in a door at 700 Pawnee Ave. was broken, it was reported Friday.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a power pole on NW 60 Ave. and NW 130 Road, it was reported Friday evening.
A vehicle hit a deer Friday night in the 300 block of NW 50 Ave. Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) responded.
A vehicle was reportedly keyed sometime Friday night while it was parked in the Fine Arts parking lot at Barton Community College.
A vehicle hit a deer in the 400 block of SE 60 Ave., it was reported Saturday. KHP responded.
The owner of two trailers that were recently reported stolen contacted the Barton County Sheriff’s Office on Monday to report the recovery of the trailers, but with items missing and some damage.
A vehicle hit a power line on NE 140 Ave. and NE 120 Road around 2 p.m. Monday. Midwest Energy dispatched a technician.
A known person allegedly cut a fence on the south side of south Washington Ave. at SW 20 Road, it was reported Monday.
Barton County Jail
Booked June 29
Austin Wells, Great Bend — Battery domestic violence
Christopher Linsner, Albert — Giving a worthless check
Christopher Behnke, Larned — McPherson and Rice County warrants for failure to appear
Joseph McNett, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Steven A. Wilkinson, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Victor Urbina-Gonzalez, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Alberto Montelongo, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Justin Cruz Larson, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Mark Caton, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Gustavo Ochoa Sr., Great Bend — Driving while suspended and speeding
Juan Aguilera-Gonzalez, Great Bend — Battery domestic violence
Released June 29
Kurt Woods — To other agency
Austin Wells, Great Bend — $1,000 surety bond
Joseph McNett, Great Bend — $2,000 surety bond
Scottie L. Schmidt, Hoisington — Three $1,000 surety bonds and a $25,000 surety bond
Booked June 30
Dustin Bosack, Great Bend — Failure to adhere
Jose Torres, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Shane Meeker, Great Bend — Habitual violator
Jerome Moore, Hoisington — Failure to appear and driving while suspended
Jamie Cowan, Great Bend — Rush County serve sentence
Linda Fernandez, Great Bend — Battery domestic violence
Released June 30
Juan Aguilera-Gonzalez, Great Bend — $1,000 surety bond
Jose Torres, Great Bend — $1,000 surety bond
Jerome Moore, Hoisington — $2,500 surety bond
Shane Meeker, Great Bend — $1,000 surety bond
Linda Fernandez, Great Bend — $1,000 surety bond
Mark Caton, Great Bend — Serve partial sentence
Booked July 1
Shilo Cruz, Hoisington — Failure to appear
Daniel Gonzalez, Great Bend — No driver’s license
Cassie M. Scheuerman, Chase — Barton County warrant for probation violation and Ellinwood Municipal warrant for failure to appear
Allanah Ann Schmidt, Hoisington — Possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
Scottie Schmidt, Hoisington — Burglary, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
Released July 1
Shilo Cruz, Hoisington — $500 surety bond
Alberto Montelongo, Great Bend — Serve partial sentence
Jamie Cowan, Great Bend — Served sentence in full for Rush County
Daniel Gonzalez, Great Bend — $1,000 surety bond
Steven a. Wilkinson, Great Bend — Served sentence in full
Victor Urbina-Gonzalez, Great Bend — Served sentence in full
Justin Cruz Larson, Hoisington — Serve partial sentence
Booked July 2
Dustin Rich, Hoisington — Battery of a law enforcement officer, criminal damage to property and obstruction
Rachel Kelley, Larned — Probation violation
Shawna Reddish, Great Bend — Driving while suspended, expired tags and no proof of insurance
Toni Hahn — Domestic battery
Released July 2
Gustavo Ochoa Sr., Great Bend — $1,000 cash bond
Tyler Witten, Great Bend — $30,000 own-recognizance bond
Manuel Delgado, Hoisington —$12,208.50 own-recognizance bond