Wellington Police News September 18 and 19, 2019

Create: 09/20/2019 - 08:31

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2019

   7:46 AM ... Non-Injury, Hit & Run accident in the 1000 blk E. 9th, city, involving vehicles operated by an unknown driver and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Jonathan D. Rogers, Wichita, Kansas.

   9:05 AM ... On September 11th, 2019, Non-Injury accident in the 1100 blk W. 7th, involving a vehicle operated by Derek L. Driskell, 21, city, and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Jessica L. Kackley, city,

 12:24 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 900 blk W. 7th, city.

   3:31 PM ... Officers investigated a Theft in the 100 blk North B, city.  Bicycle

   3:30 PM ... Non-Injury Accident in the 900 blk N. Plum, city, involving a vehicle operated by Samantha J. Heasty, 44, city, and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Morgan L. Murray, Mulvane, KS.

   4:56 PM ... Officers responded to a Neighbor Complaint in the 1800 blk North A, city.

   5:57 PM ... Officers conducted a Welfare Check in the 1100 blk S. Jefferson, city.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

   8:26 AM ... Non-Injury, Hit and Run accident in the 1100 blk E. 16th, city, involving an unknown vehicle and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Seth M. Wyatt, Raymore, Mo.

   8:42 AM ... Officers took a Misc. Report in the 1400 blk W. 8th, city.

   8:55 AM ... Officers took a report of Found Property in the 400 blk N. Washington, city.  (possible known owner)

   9:14 AM ... Officers investigated Criminal Trespass in the 600 blk N. Gardner, city.

   1:23 PM ... Officers took a report of Children in Need of Care in the 900 blk W. 7th, city.

   3:50 PM ... Injury Accident in the 300 blk W. 4th, city, involving vehicles operated by Max L. Murdoch, 31, city, and Phillip R. Nix, 56, city.

   4:05 PM ... Max L. Murdoch, 31, city, was issued a notice to appear for Failure to Yield Right of Way.

   9:10 PM ... Officers investigated a Burglary in the 2000 blk N. Madison Lane, city.

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