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OTR for May 12, 2013
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Great Bend Fire/EMS
Firefighters made nine ambulance runs Thursday. There were no fires.

Great Bend Police
Kansas license tag No. 790 DDH was stolen from a vehicle at 805 Kansas Ave., it was reported Wednesday.
A male was served a notice to appear in municipal court for allegedly shoplifting mouth wash at Dillon’s, 4107 10th St.
Theft of $350 cash from 3721 10th St. was reported.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a parked vehicle at 3201 Broadway Ave.
Property was damaged and patio chairs were stolen from 1714 Madison St., it was reported Thursday morning.
A burglary at 1604 Monroe St. was reported Thursday. Items were missing.
Criminal damage to lawns at 2822 17th St. and 1617 Madison St. was reported Thursday morning, and solar lights were taken from another residence in the area.
Someone cut tires and broke a window at 2000 McKinley St., causing $250 in damage.
A hit-and-run vehicle struck a vehicle on Coronado St.
Tools and other items were reportedly stolen during a burglary at 204 Walnut St.
A vehicle driven by Abigil Rodrigez-Gonzalez was westbound on 11th St. at 4:02 p.m. Thursday and struck a vehicle driven by Reyna Lopez, who was northbound on Main. This was reported as an injury accident. Rodrigez-Gonzalez was cited for failure to yield.
An individual reported that while shopping at several different stores in town on Thursday, someone stole her medication and a gallon of milk.
Someone reportedly stole the tail light from a pickup at 1501 Adams St.
At 11:17 p.m. Thursday it was reported that a tan or pewter 4x4 pickup, jacked up and with right side damage, struck two parked vehicles on Jefferson St. near 20th.

Barton County Sheriff
A rural resident reported that a brown llama had been in his yard for about a week.
A non-injury accident involving a City of Great Bend vehicle was worked by the BCSO at 4:36 p.m. Wednesday. A police office backed into a pole in the 800 block of Eisenhower St.
About 2,800 feet of aluminum cased steel cable owned by Western Cooperative Electric was reportedly stolen from East K-4 and NE 10 Ave., it was reported Thursday. One spool of wire was recovered in the 1400 block of NE 10 Ave., about 3 miles north of the theft location.