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OTR for Feb. 13, 2013
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Great Bend Fire Department
Firefighters made five ambulance runs Monday. There were no fires.

Great Bend Police
A burglary at 3125 Stone St. was reported last Thursday. An iPad was taken.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a parked vehicle in the Walmart parking lot on Friday.
A woman was arrested at 12:17 a.m. Saturday for allegedly violating a protection from stalking order.
Theft of tools and gas from 517 Washington was reported Saturday.
Medication and money were reportedly stolen from 811 Kansas Ave.
A hit-and-run vehicle backed into a parked vehicle at 923 Eighth St.
An unknown motorist in a blue sport utility vehicle was turning east in the Dillons parking lot, 4107 10th St. at 11:21 a.m. Sunday and struck a vehicle that was unloading fuel at the gas pumps.
Video games, a PlayStation3 and money were reportedly stolen from 1200 Coolidge St.
A vehicle struck a parked fuel tanker at 1811 Main on Sunday afternoon and left without reporting it.
Someone reported two dogs without food and water Monday at 1500 19th St. Golden Belt Humane Society responded and collected the dogs. The owner was served with a notice to appear in municipal court for alleged cruelty to animals.

Barton County Sheriff
A door was torn open on a unit at 86 SW 10 Ave., it was discovered Thursday morning.
A case was taken Friday concerning alleged battery/mistreatment of an elderly person in rural Barton County.
On Sunday afternoon, a man reported that his pickup had been stolen and that a friend had located it on the north side of the diversion dam, 465 SW 60 Ave.