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OTR for Jan. 28, 2014
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Great Bend Police
“Mary” was reminded to use 9-1-1 for emergencies only after calling Sunday morning to report she was upset that her husband would not go get her doughnuts at Casey’s General Store. (That night, a man who reported having heat problems was advised to call a heating and air conditioning company.)
Theft from Casey’s, 1315 10th St., was reported Saturday morning; $1,813 was missing from the store.
A case was taken Friday after a violation of a Protection From Abuse (PFA) order was confirmed.
On Friday morning, a Great Bend resident reported theft of a debit card from the 300 block of Frey St. By 1:55 p.m., the card had been used seven times at Great Bend businesses.
The owner of La Fiesta restaurant, 3212 10th St., was advised to remove all liquor from the business on Friday after Alcohol Beverage Control reported the liquor license had expired.
Burglary of a recreational vehicle at  2312 Ninth St. was reported.
Two cases of theft of fuel from 1000 Main were reported.
Richard Musil was arrested at 11:54 p.m. Friday for driving under the influence and flee and elude. He was booked into jail and released after posting a $1,000 cash/surety bond.
An SKS rifle was stolen from 2117 Adams St., it was reported Saturday.
Medications were reportedly stolen from 5501 Ninth St. Lot 38.
Vehicles driven by James Garcia and James Lofland collided  at 5:05 p.m. Saturday at 3607 10th St.
A theft at 1016 Morton St. was reported Saturday.
Theft of money from Applebee’s restaurant, 3209 10th St., was reported Sunday.
Theft of fuel from a City vehicle was reported Sunday.
Thirty Lortab pills were reported stolen from Great Bend Health and Rehabilitation Center, 1560 K-96.
A window was damaged at 5948 16th St. Terrace.

Great Bend Fire/EMS
Firefighters made five Emergency Medical Service calls Thursday, five Friday, seven Saturday and six Sunday.
At 10:16 p.m. Friday they checked a home where a carbon monoxide detector was activated, but found no CO. At 10:36 p.m. they responded to 1919 Harrison St. after an alarm activation. The building was checked and they found a faulty detector.
At 6:48 p.m. Sunday they responded to 403 SW 50 Ave., for a small unattended pit fire that was left burning.

Barton County Sheriff
Theft of copper cable was reported Friday at 5517 Oil Center Road North.
Saturday afternoon, a man reported a dog had attacked his grandson and another youth in the 300 block of Cottonwood Drive, and he shot the dog.