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On the Record for Oct. 4, 2012
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Great Bend Police
Theft of video games from 100 Elm St. was reported last Saturday.
A battery powered car was reported stolen from 1010 Wilson St. Loss was $325.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a vehicle parked at 3503 10th St. and left the area, sometime before 1:52 a.m. Sunday.
Someone threw a rock through a windshield at 1600 Cherry Lane.
Items were taken from one vehicle and another vehicle was damaged at 2441 24th St.
Someone broke the rear door window and gearshift in a Chevrolet Aveo somewhere on 11th St., it was reported Sunday.
Someone damaged the gas cap on a vehicle at 1721 12th St.
Theft of a ladder from the back of a pickup on 17th St. was reported Monday.
A television was reported stolen from 811 1/2 Kansas Ave.
Medication was stolen from a vehicle at 2411 Williams St.
A dog bite at 100 Elm St. was reported at 3:52 p.m. Monday. The dog was taken to a veterinarian because it had no rabies vaccination.
A cell phone was found Monday afternoon at 1205 Eisenhower Ave.
Unlawful use of a credit card was reported.
An officer located a hole cut into the fence on the south side of Stone Lake, 2401 Railroad Ave., at 4:20 a.m. Tuesday.
A burglary at 2900 26th St. was reported. Gold and diamond rings were stolen.
Two window air conditioning units were reported stolen from 917 Jefferson St.
An air compressor was stolen from a shed at 1400 Eighth St.

Barton County Sheriff
A vehicle went of north U.S. 281 at mile marker 112 around 6 a.m. Sunday, hitting a bridge and post.
A vehicle driven by Jason Stroede hit a deer on K-156 at mile marker 131 at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday.
A vacant farm house and machine shop at 955 NW 10 Ave. were burglarized sometime Monday night. Tools and copper pipe were stolen.
Anthony Garrett reported hitting a raccoon with a vehicle on Tuesday morning in the 700 block of West U.S. 56. The accident was reported in the evening after he discovered the extent of the damage to his vehicle.