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OTR for March 10, 2015
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Barton County Sheriff
A Dodge Dakota hit a deer at 6:43 a.m. Friday on NW 30 Ave. near NW 30 Road.
A Toyota truck hit a deer at 11:50 p.m. on SE 60 Ave. near SE 20 Road.
Following Saturday’s men’s basketball at Barton Community College, a Cloud County Thunderbirds minibus sustained minor damage after hitting a deer, around 7:24 p.m. on K-156 at mile marker 140 (Cheyenne Bottoms area). The coach said the bus holds about 25 people, and that no one was hurt.
Theft of a 1999 Mercury Cougar from 111 Chisholm Trail was reported Sunday. A known person allegedly put another tag on the car and took it.

Great Bend Police
A washer and dryer were among the items stolen from 2201 27th St., it was reported Friday.
A license tag sticker was reportedly stolen at 6001 Broadway Ave.
A cell phone was reportedly stolen at 817 Maple St.
Two sex offense cases were taken following reports made to an officer at 2:55 p.m. Friday.
Theft of a blue Dodge van was reported at 302 Hubbard St.
At 2:26 a.m. Saturday, Clinton Golay, Larned, allegedly ran a stop sign and was arrested on charges that included driving with a suspended license, in the 2700 block of 17th St. He was booked and released from the Barton County Jail after posting a $500 surety bond. A passenger fled on foot. During the investigation, an officer reportedly located two black bags, which were booked as “found property,” and a marijuana pipe.
At 2:35 a.m., a unknown motorist drove into the yard at 1216 Polk St. and struck a parked vehicle.
Police took a report of criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct, Saturday afternoon at 2911 21st St. The suspect was a known male who reportedly returned within the hour and broke a window, then left again. When the suspect was found, he signed three notices to appear in municipal court.
Theft of a vehicle, which was later returned, was reported Sunday morning at 1433 Second St.

Barton County Jail
Booked March 6
Michael Brown, Hoisington — Unlawful cultivation distribution of marijuana, no drug tax stamp, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine; bond set at $50,000
Makenna Lewis, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Jose Trejo, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Mark Miller, Great Bend — Battery domestic violence
Eduardo Nunez, Great Bend — Reno County warrant for failure to appear
Steven Denio, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Misty Adams, Great Bend — Failure to appear

Released March 6
Ryan Wong, Great Bend — $319 cash bond
Makenna Lewis — $211 cash bond
Kevin Saunders — Order of release by Judge Keeley
Michael Mills — $1,000 own-recognizance bond
Mark Miller — $1,000 surety bond
Frank Shanks, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Misty Adams — $200 cash

Booked March 7
Amy Ferguson, Great Bend — Possession of marijuana
Shane Parker, Great Bend — Possession of marijuana
Clinton Charles Golay, Larned — Driving while suspended, no insurance, failure to stop at stop sign, unlawful use of driver’s license
Megan Moore, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Judith Evans, Hoisington — Serve sentence
Leland Vasquez — Serve sentence
Tonya Dee Cope — Serve sentence
Ryan Morrison, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Bradley James Poppelreiter, Great Bend — Contempt of court

Released March 7
Amy Ferguson — $2,500 cash/surety bond
Shane Parker — $2,500 cash/surety
Megan Moore — $200 cash
Clinton Charles Golay — $500 surety
Jeremy Lamb, Ellinwood — $2,500 cash/surety
Eduardo Nunez, Great Bend — Served sentence in full; he is still here on Reno County charges
Ryan Morrison — $130 cash

Booked March 8
Johnny Wallace, Great Bend — Great Bend Municipal Court warrant for contempt of court; Stafford County warrant for probation violation
Tevin Wright, Great Bend — Failure to appear
Robert Bronson, Great Bend — Aggravated criminal sodomy; bond set at $1 million

Released March 8
Tiffany Goodwin, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Bradley James Poppelreiter, Great Bend — $603 cash bond
Andrew Taylor, Great Bend — Serve sentence
Tevin Wright — $200 cash
Karie L. McBride, Ellinwood — Serve sentence