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On the Record for June 3, 2011
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Barton County Sheriff

Theft of scrap materials from 392 North U.S. 281-A was reported Wednesday.


Kansas Highway Patrol

A Chase woman was injured in a two-car collision Thursday morning in Reno County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports a Buick driven by Kristina R. Calcaterra, 20, of Chase, was westbound on K-14 at 6:55 a.m. and drifted across the center line six miles west of Nickerson. The Buick hit the side of an eastbound Ford Explorer driven by Sharon A. Lorentzen-Stallings, 41, of Sterling.

Calcaterra was taken to Promise Regional Medical Center in Hutchinson by Reno County Emergency Medical Service; her passenger, Chris A. Mitchell, 25, of Haltom City, Texas, sustained possible injury and was also transported. The other driver was not injured. All were wearing seat belts.

Great Bend Police

Wednesday reports:

Someone took the ashtray from a truck at 1617 Jefferson St. The ashtray contained miscellaneous keys.

A wallet and sungalsses were taken from a truck at 3717 21st St.

A bike was stolen from 5808 16th Terrace. Loss was $100.

Keys and two compact discs were stolen from a vehicle at 1806 Holland St.

Stereo equipment was stolen from 2024 Hubbard St. Loss was $750.

A vehicle struck a parked vehicle at 201 McKinley.

Someone scratched a pickup at 313 Almond.


Barton County Jail

Booked May 30

Trevor Smith, Hoisington — Battery domestic battery

Damon L. Galyart, Kinsley — Driving while suspended

Sarah Pettijohn, Great Bend — Serve sentence

Maria Contreras, Great Bend — Violation of stalking order


Released May 30

Trevor Smith, Hoisington — $2,500 surety bond

John Gray, Dighton — To Kings Treatment Center in Winfield

Damon Galyart, Kinsley — $500 surety bond

Jaime Ayala, Great Bend — Serve sentence


Booked May 31

John Adams, Ellinwood — Criminal trespass

Terri Wood, Great Bend — Failure to appear

Dawn Cannon, Great Bend — Battery domestic violence and criminal damage to property

Mindy L. Mitchell, Great Bend – Driving while suspended, no insurance and no seat belt


Released May 31

Kayci N. Cavender — To Emporia for treatment

Jose Salas-Urenas — To Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm agents

Fransisco S. Esparza — To Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm agents

John D. Adams, Ellinwood — Criminal trespass

Francisco Hernandez, Denver, Colo. — 24 months Community Corrections

Dawn M. Cannon, Great Bend — $2,500 surety bond

Preston E. Hughes, Great Bend — All charges were dropped

Mindy Mitchell, Hoisington — $1,000 surety bond