Great Bend Fire Department
Firefighters made two ambulance runs on Wednesday and two on Thursday. There were no fires.
Great Bend Police
Playground equipment at 2123 Forest Ave. was damaged, it was reported Wednesday.
Racial slurs were written on a window in the 800 block of Coolidge St.
Theft of an air conditioner compressor from a house that had been listed for sale was reported Wednesday, along with spray paint on the garage doors at 801 Baker Ave.
A $40.01 gas skip by a motorist in a white Bronco at 1906 Main was reported at 12:46 p.m. Wednesday.
Criminal damage to property at 1505 16th St. was reported Wednesday.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a parked vehicle at 9810 B-29 Way, it was reported Thursday evening.
Officers were prepared to shine a spotlight on the helipad at Great Bend Regional Hospital around 12:30 a.m. Friday, when a hospital employee reported a problems with the landing lights. However, the lights were in working order before the officers arrived.
Barton County Sheriff
At 4:44 p.m. Thursday, a motorist reported a large black dog running down K-96 near NW 30 Ave., dragging a leash in traffic. The dog was caught and returned its owners.
Barton County Jail
Booked March 7
Jacqueline L. Hudson, Great Bend — Operating motor vehicle without valid driver’s license and no proof of insurance
Patrick Moody-Standlee — Probation violation
Gary M. Barnett Jr., Claflin — Driving while suspended and fail to yield at stop sign
James M. Redetzke, Hoisington — Failure to appear
Released March 7
Jana Troendle — Served sentence in full
William A. Reinert — To Saline County
Emanuel D. Langston III, Hoisington — Own recognizance
Jacqueline L. Hudson, Great Bend — $500 surety bond
Nathan Clark, Harper County — $500 cash/surety bond on a Rush County warrant and $3,500 surety bond for Harper County warrant
James Roy Chelf, Great Bend — Serve sentence
James M. Redetzke, Hoisington — $200 cash bond
Preston Hughes, Great Bend — $500 surety bond
Booked March 8
Zachariah M. Dittrick, Great Bend — Possession of a controlled substance and warrants for failure to appear
James Delgadillo, Great Bend — Serve sentence.
Monica Salcido-Moncada — Serve sentence
Jeffrey D. Raybern, Great Bend — Failure to appear, driving while habitual violator, no motor vehicle insurance and illegal tag
Released March 8
Jeffrey Raybern — $273 cash and $1,000 surety bond