Barton County Sheriff
At 11:35 a.m. Saturday a deputy and the Golden Belt Humane Society were notified that a 43-year-old woman was at St. Rose Urgent Care after being bitten by a dog at 215 Cardinal Lane, Hoisington.
A burglary at 5841 Anchor Way, Apt. D, Great Bend, was reported Sunday.
A woman reported losing her purse Sunday, possibly leaving it on top of her car in the area of North Washington Ave., Great Bend.
A vehicle hit a deer in the 900 block of SE 20 Road, between Great Bend and Ellinwood, at 7:45 a.m. Monday. A vehicle that was reportedly “all over the roadway since Pawnee Rock” went off West U.S. 56 into a ditch near SW 50 Ave. at 8:23 a.m.
Windows on a swather at 288 SW 2 Road A were broken over the weekend.
A farm truck with concrete in it went onto its side at NW 160 Road and U.S. 281 at 10:15 a.m. Monday after the driver took a corner too fast.
Two child in need of care (CINC) cases were taken Monday in the county.
A stop sign post was broken off about a foot above the ground on West Barton County Road and NW 30 Ave., it was discovered Monday evening.
A black “cow” showed up in a yard at 991 NW 20 Ave., rural Hoisington, at 11:36 p.m. Monday. At 4:10 a.m. Tuesday, it was reported that a bull got out earlier from NW 90 Road and NW 20 Ave., and that a fence charger had been stolen from that location.
Great Bend Police
An attempted theft of services at 5501 9th St. No. 12 was reported Monday.
An assault at 1201 Coolidge St. was reported at 12:50 p.m. Monday. An attempt to local (ATL) was put out on a male suspect.
A vehicle driven by Susan Pafford was eastbound on 18th St. turning right onto Williams at 3:19 p.m. and rear-ended a vehicle driven by Petra Quintana-Cordoza, who was southbound on Williams stopped in traffic.
Vehicles driven by Mason Torres and Ashley Kaiser collided in the 3300 block of 10th St. at 3:46 p.m.
A vehicle driven by Jessica Wittig was eastbound in the 3500 block of 10th St. at 4:23 p.m. and rear-ended a vehicle driven by Darrin Halzle, who was stopped in traffic at Harrison.
A notice to appear (NTA) was signed but not served Monday night after a suspected allegedly battered someone at 304 Elm St.