Wellington Police Dept. Bulletin March 12, 2019

Create: 03/13/2019 - 12:06

TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 2019

  Monday, March 11, 3:03 p.m. ,  Larry D. Jones, 70, issued Notice to Appear for Disobeyed Stop Sign.

  8:38 am ... Investigating Making False Information in the 600 blk North G, city.

10:29 am ... Officers conducted an Outside Agency Assist in the 800 blk E. Harvey, city.

12:35 am ... Abby M. Martinez, 22, city, issued a Notice to Appear for Defective Headlamp.

  1:20 am ... Karlyss K. Debuhr, 56, city, was issued a Notice to Appear for Defective Tag Light and Driving in Violation of Restrictions.

12:27 pm ... Officers took a Child in Need of Care report in the 700 blk N. Washington, city.

  1:30 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 300 blk S. Washington, city.

  3:51 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 400 blk E. Walnut, city.

  5:05 pm ... Non-Injury Accident involving vehicles driven by Dee A. Reicher, 55, city, and Joseph A. Proctor, 35, city.

  5:05 pm ... Joseph A. Proctor, 25, city, issued a Notice to Appear for Inattentive Driving.

  6:00 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 200 blk N. Haslet, city.

  7:24 pm ...  Misc Report in the 800 blk N. Woodlawn, city.

  7:40 pm ... Charity S. Richardson, 48, Irving, TX, issued a Notice to Appear for Disobeyed Stop Sign.

  8:02 pm ...  Officers investigated Theft in the 600 blk N. Plum, city.

  8:40 pm ...  Alexander J. Rivers, 25, city, issued a Notice to Appear for Headlamp Violation.

  9:14 pm ...  Jason A. Lowry, 35, city, arrested and charged with Disobeyed Traffic Signal and Driving While License Suspended.  (confined)

 10:34 pm ... Melanie M. Lough, 45, Oxford, KS, issued a Notice to Appear for No Turn Signal and Improper Turn.

 11:05 pm ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 800 blk N. Woodlawn, city.

 

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