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The Barton County Health Department reported the first confirmed positive case of coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) in Barton County. Testing was confirmed on Monday, March 30 at 11 a.m.
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OTR for Dec. 28, 2016
on the record

Great Bend Fire/EMS
Firefighters made seven ambulance runs on Tuesday. There were no fires.

Great Bend Police
Criminal damage was reported at 1914 Monroe St.
Criminal damage was reported at USD 428 Bus Barn located at 2019 12th St.
Burglary was reported at 2101 27th St.
Theft was reported at Discount Laundry located at 2201 10th St. Games broken into and money stolen.
Burglary was reported at 3220 Meadowlark Lane. Jewelry was stolen.
A non-injury accident was reported at 5237 Ridgeway Drive.

Barton County Sheriff
A non-injury accident was reported at NE 80 Ave. and SE 20 Road. A vehicle hit a deer.

Barton County Jail

Booked Dec. 27
Richard Musil, Great Bend — Probation violation, failure to appear, two counts of failure to obey stop sign, speeding, reckless driving, failure to maintain a single lane of traffic, interference with law enforcement, felony flee and elude, failure to obey traffic signal, criminal trespass, criminal damage to property, obstruction
Tyrone Lucas, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Cassie Scheuerman, Ellinwood — Battery domestic violence

Released Dec. 27
Jesus Benavides, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Leonard Hearl, Stafford — Battery domestic violence, unlawful restraint
Michael Redman, Great Bend — To Pawnee County Sheriff’s office
Adrian Sosa, Stafford — $500 bond