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On the Record for May 16, 2012
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Barton County Sheriff
Criminal use of a lost debit card was reported Thursday by a Pawnee Rock resident.
A vehicle hit a deer 0.2 miles east of NE 90 Ave. on U.S. 56 at 2:26 a.m. Saturday.
Theft of a solar panel from Railroad Ave. and West U.S. 56 was reported Saturday.
A vehicle driven by Alaya Ramirez struck a raccoon on NE 1-156  and U.S. 56 at 2:38 a.m. Monday, causing damage to the radiator.

Great Bend Police
Vehicles driven by Jeremy Hildebrand and Larry Kubitscheck collided at 10th and Odell at 12:20 p.m. Friday.
Theft of an iPod Touch from Great Bend Middle School was reported Friday. Loss was $200.
Theft of a tan 2002 Chrysler 300 from 3000 Gano St. was reported at 3:40 a.m. Saturday.
An aggravated burglary at 2525 Sixth St. was reported Saturday. Someone came into the residence while an occupant was in a back room and stole his billfold, containing $35 cash, a debit card and a Social Security card.
A vehicle hit a parked vehicle at 1212 Baker Ave. and left the area, it was reported Saturday.
Theft of a radio, pepper spray and $75 cash from a vehicle at 5501 Ninth St. No. 37 was reported Saturday. Loss was $250.
Someone broke into a Toyota at 1600 Baker Ave. and stole an amp and two speakers. Loss was $500.
Vehicles driven by Scott Ensley and Rita Pivonka collided at Ninth and Main at 3:59 p.m. Saturday.
A burglary with criminal damage to property at 1602 Morton St. was reported Saturday. Jewelry was taken and the loss was $1,000.
Vehicles driven by Mathew Moos and Rodney Smith collided in the 1800 block of Main at 4:57 p.m. Sunday.
A burglary at 1037 Jefferson St. was reported Sunday. $165 in cash was taken.
Theft of stereo equipment form a Toyota pickup at 1400 18th St. was reported.

Great Bend Fire Department
Firefighters made five ambulance runs Friday, eight Saturday, two Sunday and six Monday.
At 2:48 p.m. Sunday they were dispatched to McDonald’s because a carbon monoxide detector was going off. No CO was found in the building.
There were two false alarms Monday at Great Bend High School.