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On the Record for May 17, 2012
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Great Bend Fire Department
Firefighters made six ambulance runs on Tuesday.
At 1:02 p.m. they responded to a grass fire, caused when a controlled burn at 398 NE 40 Ave. became uncontrolled.

Great Bend Police
A vehicle driven by Darrell Ryan backed from a parking stall on Main St. at 10:24 a.m. Monday and struck a vehicle driven by Mark Freel.
A vehicle driven by Elmer Showalter was eastbound stopped at the stop light on 10th St. at 11:54 a.m. Monday and struck a vehicle in front of him driven by Kenneth Mulch.
Theft of a veteran’s vehicle tag from 2612 Rock Bridge Road was reported Monday.
A vehicle driven by Alexis Woods backed into a parked vehicle in the 5600 block of Broadway and left the area, around 3:14 p.m. Monday. At 3:20 p.m., Woods was driving north on Cherry, turning east onto Hemlock, and struck a vehicle driven by a juvenile, who was at the stop sign facing west.
A vehicle driven by Chris Wonsetler was westbound on Eighth St. at 3:26 p.m. Monday and struck a vehicle driven by Francisco Fabela-Perez, who was stopped at the stop sign. That vehicle then struck a vehicle driven by Enrique Lira Jr., who was also stopped at the stop sign.
A motorist in a green Mercury Cougar reportedly left without paying for $51 worth of fuel, at 5:35 p.m. Monday at 3620 10th St.
At 2:50 Tuesday a.m., police received a report that an unknown hit-and-run driver had struck a parked vehicle at Ninth and Morton. Driver driver left the vehicle in the middle of the roadway and left on foot.
Theft of money from a residence at 1807 Polk St. was reported Tuesday.

Barton County Sheriff
Theft of a condenser from an old truck at 31 SE 10 Road reportedly occurred around 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Barton County Jail
(Editor’s note: Due to a production error, the May 9 jail log was not printed in On the Record. The May 10 log was published and showed an individual who was released, but the report from the jail did not include her being booked in. All of the omitted information is included here today.)
Booked May 9
Fernando Tapia, Great Bend — Failure to appear, no driver’s license
Jared Mitchell, Hoisington — Contempt of court, serve sentence
Kent Urban, Hoisington — Rush County warrant for failure to appear
Michael Elson, Great Bend — Probation violation and failure to appear
Hector Martinez, Dodge City — Hold for Federal Bureau of Investigation
Andrew Gusman, Spearville — Hold for FBI
Petra Martinez, Dodge City — Hold for FBI

Released May 9
Jose M. Villalobos, Great Bend — To Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Christopher D. Linsner, Albert — $5,000 surety bond
Kent Urban, Hoisington — $500 surety bond

Booked May 10
Kimberly Byers, Hoisington — Identity theft, obtain and distribute a prescription-only drug and possession of drug paraphernalia. Byers was released May 10 after posting a $5,000 own-recognizance bond.

Booked May 14
No bookings

Released May 14
Arthur Herren, Great Bend — $25,000 own recognizance bond

Booked May 15
Dalton L. Staudinger, Ellinwood — Probation violation
Susan Hughes, Great Bend — Contempt of court
Jeremy J. Stokes, Hoisington — Battery domestic violence
Kenneth Wilson, Leavenworth — Failure to appear

Released May 15
John Scazzafavo — To other agency