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On the Record for Oct. 2, 2012
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The Great Bend Tribune reported earlier that on the morning of Friday, Sept. 21, the sheriff’s office was notified that a “known person” was sleeping in the back seat of a vehicle in rural Susank, and that someone had gone through the vehicle the night before. The suspect was arrested on outstanding warrants. The suspect was not someone that the owner of the vehicle knew.

Barton County Sheriff’s Office
A burglary at 463 South Main, Hoisington, was reported on Tuesday, Sept. 25. A compact disc player was stolen from an abandoned vehicle at the old filling station. A generator was also reportedly stolen from a location in the city of Hoisington.
A truck driver forgot to put the truck bed down Tuesday afternoon and hit a power line on South U.S. 281, breaking a pole and knocking out some power.
A battery case was reported Wednesday at Barton Community College, after an alleged altercation involving two juveniles in the Automotive Department.
An attempted burglary at Old School Automotive, 777 S. Main St., Hoisington, was reported Wednesday. No items were reported missing, but damage was done to a window and garage door.
A 2012 Buick hit a deer at 8:16 p.m. Wednesday at NW 150 Road and NW 10 Avenue.

Great Bend Police Department
A laptop computer that was previously reported stolen was found last week and turned in to police.
Someone cut the top on a convertible at 1223 Hubbard St. last week.
An identity theft case was reported after an unknown person used a woman’s Visa debit card to make purchases on the Internet.
A vehicle driven by Adam Jacobs was northbound at 19th and Williams making a left turn at 5:17 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, and struck a vehicle driven by Vyona Demel, who was westbound on 19th. Demel was transported to Great Bend Regional Hospital, where she was treated an released.
At 12:58 a.m. Wednesday, an officer found the fence open to the Marshall impound yard at 500 Morton St.
A women reported being battered in a residence in the 700 block of Williams on Wednesday.
Theft of medication from Cedar Park Place was reported Wednesday.
A westbound vehicle on Third Street struck a utility pole at Frey Street at 5:18 a.m. Thursday. The driver left the scene on foot before officers arrived, and the car was towed.

Barton County Jail
Booked Sept. 26
Angela Frost, Great Bend — Parole violation
Shane Slack, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Chaz Z. Stephens, Hoisington — Failure to appear
Matthew L. Sexton, Great Bend — Parole violation
Brant M. Murphy, Elizabeth, Colo. — Possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
Sheri H. Balli, Great Bend — Possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia

Released Sept. 26
Heidi Montoya, Great Bend — Served sentence in full
Ali Swanson, Hays — Serve sentence; released to Ellis County Sheriff’s Office
Chaz Z. Stephens, Hoisington — $1,000 surety bond
John Lynch, Hoisington — $1,000 surety

Booked Sept. 27
Rodolfo Martinez-Galvan, Lyons — Driving under the influence, no driver’s license and speeding
Jeffrey Raybern, Great Bend — Contempt of court
Trichia Andreson, Ellsworth — Court
Benjamin Moses, Great Bend — Court
Darin J. Brewer, Great Bend — Possession of drug paraphernalia
Dalton L. Staudinger, Ellinwood — Possession of marijuana, reckless driving, interference with law enforcement officer and speeding

Released Sept. 27
Christopher Stamm, Turon — To Kansas Department of Corrections
Jeffrey Raybern, Great Bend — Per Great Bend Municipal Court
Christopher Behnke, Great Bend — Per GBMC
Treaschelle Pennell, Great Bend — Per GBMC
Lee W. Dean, Great Bend — $40,000 own-recognizance bond
Brant M. Murphy, Elizabeth, Colo. — $2,500 surety
Jason R. Moore, Great Bend — $2,500 surety
Kurt Woods, Great Bend — $201 cash bon