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On the Record for Nov. 11, 2011
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Great Bend Police

Police were called to 1714 Harrison St. at 10:26 p.m. Tuesday, after Travis Coulliette, 30, from Garnett, reportedly threatened to shoot a man at that address, and then made additional threats if the victim reported the incident. Coulliette then left the area and Stafford County was contacted and asked to attempt to locate him. At 1:35 a.m. Wednesday, the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office reported Coulliette had been arrested. He was booked into the Barton County Jail on charges of aggravated intimidation of a victim or witness, criminal threat, and battery, with bond set at $40,000. However, he was released on Wednesday after charges were dismissed by the county attorney.

A theft from 2525 12th St. was reported Wednesday.

A male allegedly tried to pass a fake $100 bill at 1315 10th St. Wednesday evening.

Tires on a vehicle at 5931 Eisenhower Court were damaged, it was reported Wednesday.

The owner of a stolen Redline bike reported late Wednesday that he had located it, and needed a report. A theft and criminal damage to property case was taken.


Barton County Sheriff

A domestic battery and disorderly conduct report was filed Wednesday after a woman was reportedly beaten up in the county by a male relative and was taken to Clara Barton Hospital in Hoisington. Officers were unable to locate the suspect.

A red, 2008 Polaris Razor all-terrain vehicle was stolen from an unknown location, it was reported Wednesday.

A vehicle hit a deer in the 700 block of North U.S. 281 at 6:30 a.m. Thursday.


Great Bend Fire Department

Firefighters made five ambulance runs Tuesday and four Wednesday. There were no fires.


Barton County Jail

Booked Nov. 9

Travis N. Coulliette, Garnett — Intimidation of victim or witness, criminal threat and battery

Brian K. Brueggeman, Great Bend — Probation violation

Joseph Rubio, Great Bend — Failure to appear and hold for Kansas Department of Corrections

Justin Ray Bowley, McPherson — Failure to appear

Emily P. Noblitt, Ellinwood — Ellinwood Municipal Court warrant for contempt of court


Released Nov. 9

Jeffery L. Hood Jr., Great Bend — $20,000 surety bond

Jamie Rose, Great Bend — $5,255 own-recognizance bond

Todd E. Gunderson, Great Bend — $25,000 surety and $1,000 cash bond

Travis Coulliette, Garnett — Charges dismissed by county attorney

Antonio Zubia — Own recognizance

Russell Lane, Ellinwood — $250 cash bond for Lane County