Wellington Police Dept. Bulletins July 19-20-21, 2019

Create: 07/22/2019 - 11:45

 FRIDAY, JULY 19, 2019

  3:30 A.M. ... Assisted Outside Agency in the 600 blk E. Hillside, city.

12:09 P.M. ...  Suspicious Activity Report, 800 blk South C, city.

 8: 33 P.M. ...  Responded to an Animal Complaint in the 1300 blk N. Stewart, city.

 9:26 P.M. ...  Suspicious Activity report, 100 blk S. Jefferson, city.

 9:39 P.M. ...  Responded to a Domestic Disturbance in the 800 blk N. Woodlawn.

 SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019

 2:20 A.M ...   Michael N. Shannon, 19, Winfield, KS, was issued a Notice to Appear for Disobeyed Traffic Signal.

12:02 P.M. ... Officers took a Found Property report in the 700 blk e. Mill, city.   debit card

12:44 P.M. ... Responded to a Juvenile Problem in the 1300 blk E. Michigan, city.

  3:40 P.M. ... Geoffrey E. Bain, 43, Haysville, KS, Notice to Appear for Speeding 55mph in a 40mph zone.  (radar)

  4:48 P.M. ... Officers investigated Domestic Battery and Criminal Damage to Property in the 2000 blk N. Madison, city.

  6:12 P.M. ... Officers responded to a Verbal Argument in the 1400 blk North B, city.

 SUNDAY, JULY 21, 2019

 10:15 A.M. ... suspicious Activity report on Crestview Rd, city.

 11:10 A.M. ... Found Property report, 200 blk North C, city.   Purse

   6:10 P.M. ... Non-Injury, Hit and Run Accident, involving vehicles driven by Jeffrey V. Holmes, 48, city and Julien A.  Ramirez, 18, city.

   6:15 P.M. ... Non-Injury Accident involving a vehicle driven by Jeffrey V. Holmes, 48, city, struck property owned by Casey's General Store.

   6:48 P.M. ... Jeffrey V. Holmes, 48, city, arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence, Transporting Open Container,  Leaving Scene of Accident and Violation of Parole,  (confined)

   6:57 P.M. ... Officers responded to a Juvenile Problem in the 1000 blk E. 16th, city.

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