Wellington Police Dept. Bulletins Feb. 8-9-10, 2019

Create: 02/11/2019 - 11:46


  4:05 AM ... Response Mental Subject in the 400 blk South C, city.

10:00 AM ... Response Animal Complaint in the 1000 blk W. College, city.

11:00 AM ... Investigation Harassment by Telecom in the 800 blk N. Jefferson, city.

11:15 AM ... Suspicious Activity report in the 200 blk North G, city.

11:30 AM ... Suspicious Activity report in the 200 blk Northc, city.

  1:40 PM ... Suspicious Activity report in the 400 blk S. Washington, city.

  4;09 pm ... Investigation, Theft in the 200 blk E. 16th, city.

  5:25 PM ... Investigation Arson in the 1400 blk W. 8th, city.   known juvenile suspect

  8:00 PM ... Tiffany L. Aldridge, 33, city, issued Notice to Appear for Disobeyed Stop Sign.


  9:48 AM ...  Welfare Check, 1400 blk Michigan, city.

  1:55 PM ...  Ruth S. Mock, city, Notice to Appear for Speeding 63mph in a 50mph zone.  (radar)

  2:40 PM ...  Misc. Report in the 200 blk North C, city.

  3:18 PM ... Courtesy Motor Vehicle report in the 600 blk N. A, city. 

 4:57 PM  ... Response to a Found Child report, 500 blk W. 4th, city.

 9:26 PM ...  Suspicious Activity report in the 800 blk E. 16th, city.


  1:24 AM ... Katlynn M. Hart, 21, city, arrested on a Municipal Warrant for Criminal Trespass and Battery and charged with Criminal Damage to Property.

  8:30 AM ... Found Property report, 900 blk W. 7th, city.  Bicycle

  5:05 AM ... Injury Accident involving a vehicle driven by Mikayla G. Hawkins, 19, city, and an unoccupied vehicle owned by Thomas E. Henning, city.

  5:42 AM ... Mikayla G. Hawkins, 19, city, was issued a Notice to Appear for Inattentive Driving.

  5:42 AM ... Mikayla G. Hawkins, 19, was arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence.

  5:41 AM ... Tiffany M. Hayes, 33, city, was arrested on a Brown County Warrant for issuing Worthless Check and a Nemaha County Warrant for Issuing Worthless Check.

10:07 PM ...  Suspicious Activity report, 200 blk North C, city.

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