Greenwood County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Greenwood County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 311 N. Main St., Ste. A, Eureka, 67045 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: (620) 583-5568
Fax: (620) 583-7134

Greenwood County Sheriff's Office is located at 311 N. Main St., Ste. A, Eureka, 67045 KS. The Greenwood County Sheriff's Office phone number is (620) 583-5568.

Greenwood County Sheriff's Office News

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 10/15 to 10/21/2018** 10/15 – Deputy arrested Dominic Voelker on an out of county warrant 10/15 – Minor injury accident between a vehicle and a stationary traffic control device on U400 Hwy 10/15 – Loud music complaint in Eureka 10/15 – Motorist assist on K99 Hwy south of U400 Hwy 10/16 – Motorist assist with a semi truck on U400 Hwy 10/16 – Non-injury accident at TripCo on U400 Hwy 10/16 – Bull in the roadway in the county 10/16 – Search warrant served on a vehicle in impound 10/16 – Civil stand-by in Madison 10/16 – Detective removed 2 deer carcasses from K99 Hwy 10/16 – Deputy checked an open door in Eureka 10/16 – Dakota Koenig arrested for two outstanding local arrest warrants 10/16 – Detective stopped a car and arrested Vincent Hezekia on an out of county warrant and for violation of a protection order 10/17 – Gas drive-off in Eureka 10/17 – Cattle out call on U400 Hwy 10/17 – Report of a criminal trespass issue in Eureka. Offending party was located; however the victim did not wish to pursue charges. The offending party was warned again to stay off the property 10/17 – Report of a shoplifter in Eureka who had put the items back before being confronted by a store employee. Suspect left the store on foot. Deputies located the suspect and issued a trespass order at the request of the store manager 10/17 – Deputy stopped a motorcycle and arrested Joseph Osborne for driving while revoked, expired registration, and no proof of insurance 10/17 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Roy Smith for driving without a valid license 10/17 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Ramon Retana-Rios for driving without a valid license 10/17 – Car vs Deer accident on U54 Hwy 10/17 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Amy Hughes for two out of county warrants 10/18 – Report of an individual threatening to shoot another individual. Warrant issued for suspect by DOC. 10/18 – Report of a burglary near Madison 10/18 – Reckless driver report on U400 Hwy 10/18 – Report of a stolen license plate in Madison 10/18 – Report of a domestic in progress near Madison. Deputies responded and found it to be a verbal altercation only. Situation resolved 10/18 – Car vs deer accident on K99 Hwy 10/18 – Report of a domestic in Madison. Deputies responded and one of the individuals involved had left the scene to go to emporia. Suspect arrested by Emporia Police on drug charges before they could return. Deputies took a report and warrants were issued for the arrest of Azim Williams and Alex Spann before they were able to bond out. Both will be transported to the Greenwood County Jail. 10/19 – Undersheriff assisted Woodson County with an investigation in Neal 10/19 – Disagreement between renter and landlord in Eureka. Deputies responded 10/19 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 10/19 – Detective arrested Omar Castillon for possession of narcotic drugs and marijuana 10/20 – Civil stand-by in Hamilton 10/20 – Deputy arrested Pedro Nieto for driving without a valid license 10/20 – Report of a burglary in progress in Madison. Deputies responded and found the house was secure and nobody actually saw a burglary in progress, but rather heard people talking outside the residence 10/20 – Report of an intoxicated individual causing problems in Madison. Deputies responded and arrested Harvey Burris for DUI, driving without insurance, and leaving the scene of an accident after finding the truck he was driving destroyed and parked behind the residence. 10/20 – Deputy checked an individual sleeping in a truck at the Madison Lake. Everything was ok 10/21 – Deputies responded to a hit and run car vs building. This was the accident scene from Harvey Burris’s arrest 10/21 – Civil stand-by in the county 10/21 – Deputies arrested Nathan Fife again on a local warrant. Amy Johnson arrested again on a charge of transporting an open container of alcohol. Robert walker arrested for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia 10/21 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka due to people driving by calling the reporting party names 10/21 – Report of an elderly individual in a robe walking along river in Eureka. Deputy responded and helped the individual home 10/21 – Report of 3 horses out on K99 Hwy 10/21 – Non-injury car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies.

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 10/8 – 10/14/2018** 10/8 – 911 hang up call. Deputies responded and found everything was ok 10/8 – Report of the roadway washed out in the county after recent storms 10/8 – Sheriff stopped a vehicle and arrested Melinda Whetstine for possession of marijuana and methamphetamine 10/8 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Brent Sherman and Kayla Connor for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute as well as possession of paraphernalia for distribution 10/8 – Report someone locked a tack room at the race track with a padlock that was marked as being owned by the sheriff’s office. Deputy responded and determined the lock did not belong to us 10/8 – Report of evidence someone was inside a house while it was unoccupied and nobody was authorized to be there. Deputy responded and took a report 10/8 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Larry Crane for DUI 10/8 – Alarm at a local business in Eureka. Deputies responded and found everything was secure 10/8 – Report of someone at TripCo on U400 Hwy with a low tire and no tools to change the tire. It was reported the occupant of the vehicle was elderly and unable to maintain the vehicle. Deputies responded and found the driver to be a male in his 20s who was physically capable of vehicle maintenance. He advised he didn’t have a spare tire to put on the vehicle and asked for a tire. Deputies do not carry an assortment of spare tires for vehicles. It was suggested the individual use the compressor located approximately 10 feet from the side of the vehicle to put more air in the tire so he could proceed on his way. 10/8 – Report of water over the roadway on K58 Highway 10/8 – Report of an open door at a local business. Deputies responded and closed the door of a shed. 10/8 – Report of water over the roadway in Eureka 10/9 – Semi in the ditch on U400 Hwy 10/9 – Another semi in the ditch on U400 Hwy. Today was a difficult day for semi to stay on the road. 10/9 – Individual called to report another individual was intoxicated and attempting to kiss her at a local business. Reporting party was concerned the intoxicated individual was going to attempt to drive. Deputies responded. 10/9 – Report of suspicious text messages 10/9 – Reckless driver complaint on U54 Hwy. Deputy stopped the vehicle and found they were having mechanical issues 10/9 – Report of a man allowing his dog to run off leash in Eureka and became involved in a verbal disagreement with the reporting party. Deputies responded and issued a warning to the dog owner 10/9 – Deputy stopped a semi in Eureka and arrested Max Anderson for driving while suspended. The semi was impounded 10/10 – Two vehicle injury accident on K99 Hwy near Hamilton 10/10 – Welfare check in Madison 10/10 – Deputy spoke with an individual regarding an ongoing complaint about his missing cattle 10/10 – Report someone threw a bottle in another person’s yard in Eureka. Deputy responded 10/10 – Report of a bull on the highway on U54 Hwy 10/10 – Reckless driver report on U400 Hwy 10/10 – Car vs deer accident on K99 Hwy near Hamilton 10/11 – Report of a juvenile receiving nude photos on a cell phone. Deputy responded 10/11 – Semi in the ditch on U400 Hwy continuing the trend from earlier in the week 10/11 – Report of noises coming from within a house that is supposed to be empty in Eureka. Deputies responded and found everything to be ok 10/11 – Undersheriff received a snapchat of a goat at large. Deputy responded and rounded up the offending goat. First documented report of a goat at large by snapchat in Greenwood County. 10/11 – Deputy arrested Sam Berner in Madison for an outstanding arrest warrant and subsequently added charges for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia 10/11 – Reckless driver report on U54 Hwy 10/11 – Report of a lost wallet in Eureka 10/11 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Joshua Wingo for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia as well as registration and insurance violations 10/12 – Report of a vehicle possibly matching a silver alert. Deputy responded and found the vehicle was not the same type 10/12 – non-injury two vehicle accident on U400 Hwy 10/12 – Deputies served a search warrant at an address in Hamilton in reference to a felon in possession of firearms after the felon attempted to trade the firearms for a vehicle on Facebook. Deven Clark and Michelle Harber were arrested for 4 counts each of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon as well as possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia for distribution, paraphernalia for use, and marijuana. Jess Jardot was arrested for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia as well as possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. 10/12 – Simultaneous burglar and medical alarm at an address in the county. Deputies responded and found the homeowner had forgotten the deactivation code. 10/12 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 10/12 – Non-injury car vs deer accident in the county 10/12 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 10/12 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Colton Marin for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia and William Magette for transporting an open container of alcohol. 10/12 – Deputy conducted a secure transport of a psych patient to Topeka 10/12 – Report of a car alarm activated and someone outside with a flashlight in Eureka. Deputy responded and found nobody outside and no sign of tampering with the vehicle 10/13 – Reckless driver on U400 Hwy 10/13 – Jacob Arie arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant 10/13 – Two vehicle non-injury accident on U400 Hwy 10/13 – 911 call. Caller stated it was an accident and she was just attempting to put the band on her smart watch 10/13 – Report of an individual who shot himself in the county. Deputies responded. Investigation ongoing pending autopsy. 10/13 – Cattle out on K-99 Hwy 10/13 – Suspicious vehicle report in Eureka 10/13 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Michael Sharp for an outstanding warrant from out of county 10/14 – Report of a child spraying another child in the face with cleaner. Poison control contacted 10/14 – Calves out in the county 10/14 – Report of a vehicle parked in the middle of the road in Eureka with hazards on. Deputy responded and the vehicle was gone 10/14 – Deputy stopped a vehicle because the license plate was assigned to a different vehicle. Driver was previously warned about the illegal tag on a different day. Driver cited and vehicle impounded 10/14 – Report of a vehicle vs coyote accident. Driver determined no report was needed and damage did not appear to meet mandatory report threshold. We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies.

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the weeks of 9/24 – 10/7/2018** 9/24 – Report of juvenile walking along highway. Deputy responded to assist and found it to be an adult walking 9/24 – Deputy arrested KC McCann on a local warrant 9/24 – Individual called to report a theft which he previously called about and declined at that time to file a report 9/24 – Deputy arrested Justin Hansen on a local warrant and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia 9/24 – Trespass order served in Severy in reference to the previous theft call 9/24 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and arrested Francisco Javier Mendoza for driving without a valid driver’s license 9/24 – Cow out call along K99 Hwy 9/25 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Christian Aguilar for driving while suspended 9/25 – Report of approximately 20 cattle out along K99 Hwy 9/25 – Report of approximately 160 cow/calf pairs and a bull on property where they do not belong 9/25 – Request for assistance in Eureka due to vehicle problems. Upon the deputy’s arrival, the vehicle was gone 9/25 – Deputy stopped a car and arrested Kelly Robinson for driving while suspended 9/25 – Report of a dog bite near Reece. Deputies responded to the hospital and took a report 9/26 – Deputy responded to an address in the county regarding criminal damage to a vehicle 9/26 – Report of an abandoned vehicle on someone else’s private property 9/26 – Report of a black bull in someone’s yard on K99 Hwy 9/26 – Injury accident in Eureka 9/26 – Deputy stopped a car for a traffic violation and arrested Rebecca Daniels for driving while suspended 9/26 – Report of a vehicle on the side of the road and someone trying to flag down passing motorists on U400 Hwy 9/26 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Eureka 9/26 – Report of a dog at large in Eureka 9/27 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Effrain Morales for possession of marijuana 9/27 – Report of a non-injury accident at the Woodson county line 9/27 – Report that a student on a float in a parade in Madison threw a water balloon into a vehicle striking a child. Sheriff responded to speak with the student 9/27 – Open door on a local business in Eureka 9/28 – Report of a theft in progress at a business in Eureka. Danny Noland was arrested for theft 9/28 – Report of animal abuse pertaining to horses that were left without adequate food and water in Fall River 9/28 – Report of a woman reaching into an employee’s vehicle at a local business. Deputies made contact with the individual who was warned as the business did not wish to pursue anything further at this time. 9/28 – Request to assist Woodson county with an investigation 9/28 – Report of debris in the roadway on U54 Hwy 9/28 – Non-injury accident at the football game in Madison 9/28 – Deputy stopped a car for a fictitious registration decal as the driver had simply colored the year sticker red with a marker rather than renew their tag. Driver cited and vehicle impounded. Tag seized 9/28 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 9/28 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Eddie Cruz-Marin for driving without a valid license 9/29 – Bank alarm in Madison 9/29 – 911 call with open line in Madison. Deputy responded and found it was a child playing with the phone 9/29 - Deputy made contact with the owners of horses that were the subject of a previous animal neglect report. Christopher and Ashlie Shaw were arrested for three counts of felony cruelty to animals each 9/29 – Report of a domestic in progress. Upon arrival it was determined the domestic was a verbal argument only and they had stopped arguing 9/29 – Request for a welfare check in Eureka. While deputies were en route it was learned the individual was at the hospital and no welfare check was needed 9/29 – Vehicle vs Coyote non-injury accident. No roadrunner present at the scene upon deputy arrival. 9/29 – Report of a domestic in Eureka. Interviews with both parties indicated the altercation was verbal and was resolved. 9/30 – Report of a semi with flames/sparks coming from trailer. Deputy responded and observed no flames or sparks 9/30 – Reckless driver report on U400 Hwy 9/30 – Semi with full load of cattle broke down on U54 Hwy. Deputies responded to assist with traffic control until the semi could be towed 9/30 – ATV accident with injuries at Fall River Lake. Deputy responded and took a report. Investigation still ongoing 9/30 – Theft report in Eureka. Stolen bicycle recovered and reporting party did not wish to pursue charges 9/30 – Non-injury accident north of Madison 9/30 – Theft of mini pigs reported in Eureka 9/30 – residential alarm in Hamilton 9/30 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Tyler Keenan for driving while suspended as well as registration violations 9/30 – Injury accident at Wilson/Greenwood County line. Deputy responded to assist with traffic control and search for injured party 10/1 – Report of two pigs running along the roadway in Eureka. Owner of pigs previously reported stolen notified 10/1 – Theft report in Eureka 10/1 – Undersheriff assisted with traffic control while someone recovered a spilled load off the Highway on U54 Hwy 10/1 – Report of an individual walking through the cemetery in a night gown. Deputy responded and found everything to be ok 10/2 – Motorcycle vs deer accident on K99 Hwy. Driver was uninjured 10/2 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Eureka and arrested Seth Spore for driving while suspended 10/2 – Injury accident involving a school bus and a private vehicle. 10/2 – Injury accident involving a moving car and a parked car in Eureka 10/2 – Child abuse investigation in Madison 10/2 – Child in need of care investigation in Severy 10/2 – Injury roll-over accident on K58 Hwy 10/2 – Reckless driver report on K99 Hwy 10/2 – Car vs deer accident in the county 10/2 – Suspicious person report in Eureka 10/2 – Burglar alarm at a local business in Eureka 10/3 – Gerald Urban arrested on a local warrant 10/3 – Child abuse investigation in Madison 10/3 – Request for a welfare check in Eureka 10/3 – Deputy contacted an individual vomiting outside a vehicle. Amber Daugherty arrested for driving under the influence, transporting an open container of alcohol. 10/4 – Report of a vehicle in the ditch on U54 Hwy. Deputy responded and they already had a tow truck coming 10/4 – Theft report in Hamilton 10/4 – Report of suspicious person in Eureka 10/5 – Report of domestic in Eureka. Suspect not on scene at time of report 10/5 – Report of fake currency in Eureka 10/5 – Welfare check in Eureka 10/5 – Report of threats in Fall River 10/5 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Miranda Harber, Joseph Osborne, and Jeffrey Garrard for Possession of Marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine, possession of LSD, and transporting an open container of alcohol 10/5 – Deputy arrested Nick Tanner for domestic battery, criminal threat, and a felony sex offense 10/6 – non-injury accident at Madison High School 10/6 – Deputy responded to a report of a traffic accident from the night before that the driver didn’t report 10/6 – Vehicle slide-off on U400 Hwy 10/6 – Report of someone stopping and stealing an item from a front yard in Madison. While Deputies were en route, the individual returned and asked if they could have the item. The homeowner gave them the item and no longer wished to report the theft 10/7 – Individual called 911 to request an UBER. We are not an UBER provider. 10/7 – Report of a truck in the ditch on K99. Deputy responded and determined it was an accident involving damage to a fence. Report taken 10/7 – Report of someone driving through a yard in Severy “slinging mud” 10/7 – Tree limb down in Eureka in the roadway We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies.

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I must once again extend my apologies. I am once again off to training for this entire week and will be unable to post a weekly log. We train so we can be better for you! Have a safe week.

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mug shots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the weeks of 9/10 to 9/23/2018** 9/10 – Report of a vehicle that went off the road on U400 Hwy. Deputy responded and had the vehicle towed on behalf of the driver 9/10 – Individual reported an acquaintance stole $20 from him. Deputy responded and the reporting party no longer wished to make a report 9/10 – Sheriff stopped a vehicle and arrested Michael Sharp on an out of county warrant 9/10 – Report of someone backing into a mailbox in Eureka 9/10 – Request to speak with a deputy via telephone 9/10 – Report of a suicidal subject in Eureka. Deputies responded and the individual agreed to voluntarily admit to the hospital for mental health evaluation 9/10 – 911 call from the hospital due to the previous patient being unruly again. Deputies responded and calmed the situation 9/10 – Deputy stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Robert Knight for driving while suspended, transporting an open container of alcohol, and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia 9/11 – Deputy made a death notification in Madison on behalf of another agency 9/11 - Deputy responded to Madison to pick up a fake $100 bill that was found on the school playground 9/11 – Non-injury accident in Eureka 9/11 – Request to assist Butler County SO by contacting an individual in Eureka. Contact made and information passed along 9/11 – Report of horses out on U400 Hwy 9/11 – Individual called to report his gate was opened and his horses got out 9/12 – Report of credit card fraud in Eureka 9/12 – Detective responded to an address to assist Lyon County in locating an individual who took a vehicle from their county 9/12 – Caller reported two people sitting in a ditch that they know don’t belong there. Deputies responded and found that they belong there 9/12 – Detective arrested Joseph Osborne on a local warrant 9/12 – Report of an open door on a house and someone knocking on a window 9/13 – Report of a cow running around in Eureka. The cow was located and put away, however this particular cow was unwilling to accept the artificial boundaries imposed on its freedom of moo-vement by humans and escaped once again. The cow was eventually apprehended. 9/14 – Request to assist Elk County SO with a gas drive-off from their county that was headed north 9/14 – Three vehicle injury accident on U400 Hwy 9/14 – Fire alarm in the county 9/14 – Request for civil stand-by in Hamilton 9/14 – Deputy attempted to stop a UTV on K99 Hwy north of Hamilton. The vehicle accelerated and attempted to elude deputies. Numerous deputies responded to assist with the vehicle eventually driving through a fence and into a pasture. Deputies searched the pasture with the aid of FLIR thermal imaging both on the ground and in the air through the aid of KHP’s air unit. Stormy Reed was subsequently located by a deputy driving through the field and was arrested for numerous felony charges including felony theft, felony flee and elude, felony interference with law enforcement, reckless driving, criminal damage to property, criminal trespass, and other charges. 9/14 – Report of a stolen UTV in Hamilton. Vehicle already recovered in previous call 9/15 – Report of horses walking along U54 Hwy 9/15 – Individual called to report they hit a deer but had already left the scene 9/15 – Individual reported he was missing a calf but wasn’t sure if it was stolen or had gotten out along with his horses the previous day 9/15 – Individual called back and stated he would like to file a report for his missing calf 9/15 – Request to assist KHP with a vehicle stop on U400 Hwy 9/15 – Reckless driver call regarding a semi. Deputies located the vehicle and observed no violations 9/15 – Officer from Emporia took a courtesy animal bite report and passed the information along to a Deputy 9/15 – Request for a welfare check in Eureka. Caller requested a deputy break down the door to the residence. Deputies do not force entry into homes absent an articulable exigency and this request could not be fulfilled. Caller was unhappy we would not force entry into someone else’s home. 9/15 – Car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy 9/15 – Report of a cow out in Eureka. This was possibly the Houdini cow from a prior call. Owner contacted. 9/15 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested William Fey for possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, and violation of DL restrictions 9/15 – Deputy ran a license plate that had an arrest warrant attached to it. Deputy contacted and detained the individual for the warrant from out of county, however the originating agency could not verify the warrant during night time hours and the individual was released. 9/15 – Report of an attempted burglary near Severy. Deputies responded and searched the area. Report taken 9/16 – Deputy arrested Christopher Alexander for an out of county warrant 9/16 – Request for a civil stand-by in Eureka 9/16 – Individual called again about his missing calf and still wasn’t sure he wanted to file a report. Subject decided he would call back later in the week. 9/16 – Report of a possible trespassing issue in the south end of the county 9/16 – Report of stolen tools in Madison 9/16 – Report of a suspicious male walking on a gravel road with two backpacks. Deputy responded and could not locate anyone on foot with any amount of backpacks 9/16 – Report of a suspicious male walking around and acting strangely in Eureka. Subject described as having horns tattooed on his head. Contact made with the individual who was apparently looking for his lost wallet. 9/16 – Individuals came to the jail to bond out a previously arrested individual and recover the towed vehicle from impound. The individual who was to drive the vehicle was found to have a suspended license and an outstanding arrest warrant from Greenwood County. Kelly Robinson was arrested and booked. 9/16 – 911 call from an individual who was driving on U400 and the wheel came off their van. Deputy responded and found the van with 3 wheels. Vehicle towed at owner’s expense. 9/17 – Deputy arrested Tamara Damron at municipal court on an out of county warrant 9/17 – Jonathan Ford arrested at municipal court for local warrant 9/17 – Deputy from Missouri who was transporting a prisoner found a single vehicle accident and provided traffic control until deputies could arrive to take a report 9/17 – Non-injury one vehicle accident in Eureka 9/17 – Car vs deer non-injury accident on U54 Hwy 9/17 – Report of gas drive-off from Tripco on U400 Hwy. Vehicle stopped and driver paid for fuel 9/17 – Detective stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Victor Herrera for driving while suspended 9/17 – Motorist assist with a broken down semi-truck on K99 Hwy 9/18 – Nathan Fife arrested on a local warrant 9/18 – Christian Gonzales-Navarrete arrested on a local warrant 9/18 – One vehicle injury accident on K99 Hwy 9/18 – Shellie and Ronald Wilson both arrested on local warrants 9/18 – Individual in lobby because her mother filed a missing person report in another county. Other county contacted and advised she was not missing, but rather did not wish to speak with her mother. 9/18 – Report of an individual being unruly and profane at Johnson’s in Eureka because the employee refused to serve the individual who was not wearing a shirt. The person then became belligerent; apparently deeply offended by his inability to enter a store that serves food in a state of undress. 9/18 – Report of an unruly juvenile in Eureka 9/18 – Suspicious vehicle report in Piedmont 9/18 – Report of a theft at Dollar General in Eureka. Both suspects in the theft were located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office attempting to bond out the grandparents of one of the suspects as they were arrested earlier in the day for outstanding warrants. Elexis Studer was arrested for theft and the second individual was cited and released to his grandparents who were freshly bonded from jail. The name of the individual cannot be included as he is a juvenile. 9/18 – Request for a civil stand-by in Madison 9/19 – Caller stated he and his mother live close to the scene of the vehicle pursuit from a previous night and was upset his mother was not notified. As a matter of procedure, the sheriff’s office does not routinely notify people within a specific radius from an incident of our activities. Notification is made to people when we believe it necessary to preserve life and property. 9/19 – Notification of an possibly armed and dangerous individual given to us by Wilson County 9/19 – Report of a burglary in Eureka. Determined to be a civil matter pertaining to an eviction 9/19 – Call of a reckless driver on U54 Hwy. Deputy stopped the vehicle and issued a citation for speed 9/19 – Request for a deputy due to a smell of decay coming from an empty house in Madison. Deputy responded and found the odor to be coming from a bucket of dead fish in a wooded area near the house. 9/19 – Report of a verbal domestic via telephone and that one of the parties may be coming to this county to commit violence. Deputy responded and patrolled the area and did not locate the subject 9/19 – Request for a Deputy due to people not leaving a business in Eureka after being told to leave. 9/20 – Report of a suspicious person at Fall River Lake. Deputies responded and found it to be the possibly armed and dangerous person we were notified of by Wilson County. Daniel Nickleson arrested and transported to Wilson County. 9/20 – Report of a reckless driver on K99 Hwy 9/20 – Harassment report in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office. Individual lives out of county. 9/20 – Report of animal cruelty in Eureka. Deputy and animal control responded 9/20 – Reckless driver complaint on K99 Hwy 9/21 – Theft report in Eureka 9/21 – Theft report in the county 9/21 – Car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy 9/21 – Deputies arrested an individual in Madison on multiple out of county warrants and then assisted Lyon County SO as they had an active felony case against the individual. Name not available at the time of this log. 9/21 – Off-duty Deputy was participating in the Madison Flea Market when an intoxicated female saw the Deputy and stopped her vehicle, which she was driving, to say hi. Ethanni Edwards was subsequently arrested for DUI and booked into the jail. 9/21 – Report of a previously arrested intoxicated individual causing problems in the jail. Deputy responded and calmed her down 9/21 – Individual requested to speak with a Deputy regarding a juvenile assaulting her child. 9/21 – Report of a suicidal subject in Eureka. Individual was taken into protective custody for mental health evaluation. 9/22 – Report of a one vehicle roll-over accident in the county 9/22 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy 9/22 – Report of a dog that was hit by a vehicle in Eureka. Animal control responded and took the dog. 9/22 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy 9/22 – Report of a burglary in Eureka 9/22 – Report of someone unlawfully entering a house (unrelated to prior call) in Eureka. 9/22 – Reckless driver complaint on U54 Hwy. Deputy stopped the vehicle and issued a citation for speed 9/22 – Request to assist KHP on a traffic stop on U54 Hwy 9/22 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy 9/22 – Animal complaint in Eureka 9/23 – Report of someone yelling for help in Madison. Deputy responded and found no one in distress 9/23 – Theft report in the county 9/23 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy. Off duty Deputies who were driving by and the on-duty Detective all rendered aid 9/23 – Animal complaint in Eureka. Animal control responded 9/23 – Detective stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Tanner Waller for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies.

Ok folks, in my haste to get home after a long shift at the end of a long weekend, I left my computer in my office. Usually I compile these reports at home on my day off. Unfortunately that means I have no way to compile the weekly log in time for press deadlines without my computer. I offer my sincerest apologies. For those who lament the absence of “dad jokes” this week, I was going to leave you with a joke about paper, but it’s tearable... Sgt Cordell

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 9/3 to 9/9/2018** 9/3 – Reckless driver report on U400 Hwy 9/3 – Vandalism report in Fall River 9/3 – Car vs already dead deer accident on U54 Hwy. 9/3 – Request to speak with a deputy in Eureka 9/4 – Report of an elderly individual walking in the roadway not paying attention to traffic causing vehicles to have to go around him. 9/4 – Reckless driver complaint regarding a semi truck on U400 Hwy 9/4 – Individual reported a truck hauling a trailer without a license plate 9/4 – Non-injury vehicle slide-off accident on U54 Hwy 9/4 – Request to speak with a deputy in the lobby of the sheriff’s office 9/4 – Report of a reckless driver that hit a trash can and drove away in Eureka 9/5 – Report of an abandoned vehicle in the county. Deputy responded and found a second vehicle there attempting to recover the first vehicle. The individual at the scene did not have a valid driver’s license. The second vehicle must have driven itself to the scene. Individual contacted a licensed driver to come assist. 9/5 – Vehicle stopped for having no license plate near Virgil. Milo Benson was arrested for driving while suspended, transporting an open container, and DUI 9/5 – Deputy observed a vehicle with a driver known to be restricted. Vehicle pulled into a parking lot in Eureka where the deputy made contact without stopping the vehicle. Robert Price was arrested for violation of ignition interlock requirement 9/6 – Detective responded to a report of theft of services and arrested Kody Ashlock for multiple charges of theft, criminal damage to property, and criminal trespass 9/6 – Individual called to complain because a deputy ran his tag and that apparently upset him. 9/7 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested KC Mccann for driving while revoked 9/7 – Individual reported coming home to find her front door open and a DVD player that wasn’t hers left on the front porch. Deputy responded. Report taken 9/7 – Deputy stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Krystal Sherrill for an out of county warrant 9/7 – Report of a theft of motorcycles and four wheelers in Eureka 9/7 – Report of an individual passed out at a stop sign in a car. Deputies responded and found he was asleep. 9/7 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Eureka and arrested Ralph Miller for transporting an open container of alcohol and possession of depressants 9/8 – Report of a vehicle parked on a closed road. Deputy checked and found they were dove hunting and had permission from the land owner 9/8 – Report of a dog yelping in the back yard of a residence. Deputy responded 9/8 – Two cows out on U400 Hwy 9/8 – Request to speak with a deputy in Eureka 9/8 – Stranded motorist assist on U400 Hwy. Deputy responded to assist and arrested Teresa white for driving without a valid license, license plate not assigned to vehicle, no proof of insurance, and possession of a stolen vehicle. 9/8 – Request for a welfare check in Madison for a possibly suicidal person. Individual contacted and brought to speak with mental health 9/8 – Individual walked into the lobby of the sheriff’s office to report a vehicle with the door open. Deputy responded and found no vehicle with the door open. 9/9 – Report of a possible overdose in Eureka. Deputies responded and found the individual had passed away 9/9 – Deputies responded to a dispute between sisters in Eureka. 9/9 – Report of a gas drive-off in Madison. Individual contacted and forced to go back and pay. Meeting the basic expectation of having to pay for things you receive apparently upset the individual. 9/9 – Deputies again responded to a dispute between sisters in Eureka 9/9 – Request to speak with a deputy in the lobby of the sheriff’s office 9/9 – Deputy responded to an address in Hamilton due to an individual being there for a child exchange that had a protection order against the other involved party 9/9 – Report of a possibly drunk person trying to get into parked vehicles in Eureka 9/9 – Report of a window peeper in Eureka. Deputy responded and found nobody peeping. We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 8/27 to 9/2/2018** 8/27 – Request to block traffic for a funeral 8/27 – Vehicle driving in the wrong lane east of Eureka. Determined to be sleep deprivation related 8/27 – Report of a counterfeit $20 bill being passed at a business in Madison. All businesses are encouraged to be cautious in scrutinizing currency passed at their businesses 8/27 – Request for a welfare check in the county 8/27 – Report of debris in the roadway on U54 Hwy. Deputy responded and removed the debris 8/27 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Madison and Billy Nowell was arrested for driving while suspended 8/27 – Report of a possible drug overdose in Eureka 8/27 – Individual previously arrested called and demanded to speak with a Deputy. 8/28 – Report of a possible psychiatric patient in Eureka. Individual was taken by deputies to the hospital 8/28 – Request for a civil stand-by 8/28 – Request to speak with a deputy 8/28 – Request for motorist assist on U400 Hwy 8/28 – Call from an open line. Deputy responded and everything was ok 8/28 – Deputy located an abandoned vehicle with the window broken and ignition tampered with. Deputies determined an owner and attempted to locate him 8/28 – Deputy arrested James Wooderson on a local warrant 8/28 – Report of someone riding on top of a vehicle at the city park in Eureka. Deputy responded and spoke with the driver 8/28 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Jessie Mullins arrested for felony DUI 4th occurrence 8/28 – Request for a civil stand-by near Hamilton 8/29 – Report of criminal damage to property in Madison 8/29 – Report of an individual receiving threats from another individual 8/29 – Walk-in request to speak with a deputy 8/29 – Welfare check in Eureka 8/29 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Madison 8/30 – Theft report in Eureka 8/30 – Theft report in Eureka 8/30 – Theft report in Eureka 8/30 – Road rage incident on U400 Hwy in the construction zone 8/30 – Deputy assisted the Attorney General’s office with an investigation in Eureka 8/30 – Report of a juvenile tearing things up at a house in Severy. Deputy responded and the juvenile was taken into custody and taken to the children’s home in Wichita. 8/30 – Same previously arrested individual from before called again to accuse deputies of improprieties in her arrest case. Deputy spoke with her. Accusations unfounded 8/30 – Report of dead deer in the roadway on K99 Hwy 8/31 – Two vehicle non-injury accident on U400 Hwy 8/31 – Report of a gas drive-off in Eureka 8/31 – Detective checked on a vehicle on the side of the roadway and arrested Alexzandre Mayes for an out of county warrant 8/31 – Request to speak with a deputy regarding identity theft 8/31 – Report of a person slumped over the wheel of a car on U400. Deputies responded, however the vehicle left the scene prior to arrival 8/31 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and arrested Braxton Funk for driving while under the influence of alcohol and transporting an open container of alcohol. The individual then attempted to bribe the deputy with money and was charged with attempted bribery of a public official 8/31 – Gas drive-off in Eureka 9/1 – Report of Erratic driver on U54 Hwy 9/1 – Report of a domestic in Eureka. Deputies responded and determined there was no physical domestic. Individual was trespassed off the property as she does not live there 9/1 – Report of a domestic in Eureka. Deputies responded and determined there was no physical domestic. Individuals agreed to go their separate ways for the day as they do not live together. 9/1 – Motorist assist in Eureka 9/1 – Request for a welfare check in Fall River 9/1 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Eureka. Deputy contacted the driver and found it was not suspicious 9/1 – Burglar alarm at a local business in Eureka 9/2 – Gas drive-off in Eureka 9/2 – Walk-in report of found paraphernalia 9/2 – Report of erratic driver on U400 Hwy 9/2 – Report of an abandoned vehicle on K99 Hwy 9/2 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Christpher Mulvaney for driving while under the influence of alcohol, transporting an open container of alcohol, and possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol 9/2 – Prisoner transport vehicle from a different jurisdiction hit a deer in Greenwood County while transporting a prisoner. Deputy escorted the van out of county where another jurisdiction picked up the escort due to damage to the front of the van 9/2 – Deputy contacted a semi truck driver that was urinating in public on the side of Main in Eureka. Deputy advised the driver of the unstated rules of common decency in regards to urinating in public and informed him of where nearby bathrooms could be accessed in the future We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 08/20 to 08/26/2018** 8/20 – Deputy blocked traffic to allow cattle to load onto a semi 8/20 – Deputies responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. Steven Gulick was arrested for domestic battery 8/20 – Request to speak with a deputy regarding retrieving personal property 8/20 – Report of a traffic hazard on U400 Hwy. Deputy responded and the individual who lost the load was already in the process of picking it up 8/20 – Report of an individual standing in the middle of the road acting strangely. Deputies responded and spoke with the individual who advised he was just upset over something 8/21 – Request to speak with a deputy regarding someone checking themselves out of the hospital 8/21 – One vehicle non-injury accident near U400. Vehicle vs fence 8/21 – Reckless driver report 8/21 – Cow out on U54 Hwy 8/21 – Request to speak with a deputy regarding harassment 8/21 – Report of an individual pounding on the front door of a house in Eureka 8/21 – Report of a stolen vehicle. Reporting party stated the vehicle was parked at a local business for 5 days prior to being stolen. Further investigation revealed the business had the vehicle towed. 8/22 – Report of an alarm at a residence in the county. Homeowner advised it was a false alarm 8/22 – Theft report involving a weedeater taken from a front yard in Eureka 8/22 – Request for a civil stand-by in Eureka 8/22 – Reckless driver report on U400 Hwy 8/22 – Request to speak with a deputy in Eureka 8/22 – Two vehicle non-injury accident in the county 8/22 – Report of a power line down in the county 8/22 – Alarm call at a residence in the county. Deputy responded and found evidence of an attempted break-in. Case still under investigation 8/23 – Report of a vehicle in the ditch. Deputy responded and found no damage 8/23 – Report of a disturbance in Eureka 8/23 – Open door at a local business in Eureka that was closed 8/23 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Eureka. Deputies responded and arrested William Shaw Jr for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia and Kala Chastain for driving while suspended 8/23 – Welfare check on an individual who was reported to be verbally and physically assaultive and suicidal. Subject left prior to the deputy arriving. 8/23 – Request to speak with a deputy regarding a threatening phone call 8/23 – Disabled vehicle on U400 Hwy. Deputy responded to assist 8/23 – Request for a welfare check in Madison. Individual was found to be deceased inside his home. 8/23 – Report of a 2 vehicle non-injury accident in Eureka 8/23 – Non-injury single vehicle accident on U400 8/24 – Individual reported they were awoken by something flying into their closet and it was in there making noises. Deputy responded and found nothing inside the closet 8/24 – Non-injury car vs deer accident 8/24 – Report of a mail box being shot in the county 8/24 – Reckless driver complaint on U400 Hwy 8/24 – Assisted outside agency with a matter in the county 8/24 – Civil standby in Hamilton 8/24 – Report of a non-injury accident in Madison 8/25 – Deputy responded to a civil issue over a fence being built 8/25 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Madison and arrested Sheryl Hagman for driving while suspended 8/25 – Car vs deer non-injury accident in Eureka 8/25 – Request for a civil stand-by at an address in the county. Individual left prior to the deputy making contact 8/25 – Car vs deer non-injury accident on U400 Hwy 8/25 – Report of a missing individual in Wilson County. Information was collected and given to Wilson County. 8/26 – Report of two juveniles that flipped a UTV and were injured. Deputies responded and took a report. 8/26 – Individual called to report her truck stolen after she stated she allowed her 14 year old son to drive it from her house to another house in Eureka and was 8 minutes past the time he was told to have the truck back and she wanted him arrested. Deputies responded and issued her a citation for allowing an unauthorized minor to operate a vehicle after determining the use did not fall within the restrictions of a farm permit 8/26 – Individual from previous call repeatedly called one of the responding deputies and stated she had taken her adult daughter’s laptop with all of her important information on it and was never going to return it unless we took the ticket back. Further investigation revealed a domestic disturbance had occurred the night prior between the two. Deputies returned to the residence where Marie Mock was arrested for domestic battery, resisting arrest, felony theft, and interference with law enforcement. A subsequent charge of falsely reporting officer misconduct was added after a false allegation was made. 8/26 – Alarm call at an address in the county We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the two weeks of 8/6 to 8/19/2018** 8/6 – Request to speak with a deputy in Eureka 8/6 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and arrested Karen Ryan for driving while suspended 8/6 – Report of a suspicious individual walking in Eureka. Deputies responded and determined this was half of a verbal domestic. Deputies investigated. 8/6 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Harvey Burris for driving while suspended 8/6 – Individual reported a child was the victim of a battery. Deputies investigated and arrested Jeromie Mitchell for aggravated battery 8/6 – Burglar alarm at a business in Eureka 8/6 – Report of an individual who locked himself inside a house and was tearing things up and yelling. Deputies responded 8/7 – Report of a suicidal subject in Madison 8/7 – Report of a theft at a business in Eureka 8/7 – Request for a civil stand-by in Eureka 8/7 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Rebecca Stevens and Stacey Stevens for possession of meth and paraphernalia. Rebecca was also charged with driving while suspended, felony interference for giving a false name, identity theft, and multiple warrants 8/7 – Deputy found two juveniles walking through town, took them home, and discussed the curfew with the parents 8/8 – Deputy arrested Kirk Seals on an outstanding arrest warrant 8/8 – Detective stopped a car and arrested Jon Mccarty for driving without a license 8/8 – Request to speak with a deputy in Eureka 8/8 – Detective stopped a car and arrested Rosella Alford for driving while revoked 8/9 – Deputy took a theft report in the Sheriff’s Office lobby 8/9 – Deputy responded to a call of an out of control juvenile. 8/9 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Eureka and arrested Clifton Scholl for driving while suspended 8/9 – Report of two cows out on U54 Hwy 8/9 – Reckless driver complaint on U400 Hwy 8/9 – Sheriff, Detective, and deputies from another county served a search warrant in Hamilton. Beverly Maltbie arrested for distribution of methamphetamine and marijuana. Wesley Gulick and Janette Avritt were arrested for possesion of meth, marijuana, and paraphernalia. 8/9 – Report of a domestic disturbance in Hamilton. Devin Clark arrested for possession of a firearm by a felon 8/9 – Report of possible phone harassment 8/10 – Deputy conducted a welfare check on children in Eureka 8/10 – Report of a reckless motorcycle on U400 Hwy 8/10 – Report of a reckless driver in Severy 8/10 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Kelsey Louthan for possession of marijuana 8/11 – Report of a possible stolen truck. Vehicle recovered 8/11 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Justin Claycamp for driving without a license 8/11 – Cattle out at an address in the county 8/11 – Report of a possible intoxicated driver on K99 Hwy 8/11 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in the county. Deputy responded and arrested Roy Gilbert for driving while suspended 8/11 – Individual reported his ex and her boyfriend showed up at his house attempting to fight him 8/11 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Eureka 8/12 – Deputy arrested Hailey Coe for an outstanding arrest warrant 8/12 – Deputy responded to a report of a physical domestic that occurred the night before 8/12 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and requested K-9. K-9 Karma was brought by her chauffeur to assist. Richard Piper was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia 8/12 – Request to check welfare of an animal in Eureka 8/12 – Car vs deer non-injury accident on U54 Hwy 8/13 – Cattle out on U54 Hwy 8/13 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy 8/13 – Injury accident on U400 Hwy 8/13 – Detective removed orange buckets from the roadway in Severy. An adjacent property owner put them there as traffic cones to prevent parking in front of their residence 8/13 – Detective back out to again remove orange buckets from the roadway. The bucket owner became argumentative. The buckets were taken and the bucketeer cited 8/14 – Report of an abandoned vehicle in the county 8/14 – Detective checked on an individual walking on K99 Hwy 8/16 – Deputy Coroner responded to an unattended death in Eureka 8/16 – K-9 Karma assisted US Marshalls on a traffic stop 8/16 – Deputy removed debris from the roadway on U400 Hwy 8/16 – Deputy checked a vehicle in the ditch on K99 Hwy 8/16 – Report of a vehicle driving with no headlights on K99 Hwy 8/16 – Deputies responded when lightning struck a transformer in Eureka 8/17 – Welfare check in Eureka 8/17 – Burglar alarm in Eureka 8/17 – Sheriff stopped a vehicle and arrested Jerry Davis for possession of controlled substance 8/17 – State worker requested assistance with juvenile sitting in the middle of the road refusing to go with her. 8/17 – Individual reported another car’s tire blew out and struck their vehicle. Detective responded 8/18 – Deputy responded to a theft at a business in Eureka. Suspect was located and returned the property and was cited for theft 8/18 – Report of a verbal altercation at a residence in Madison. Deputies responded 8/18 – Report of an intoxicated male yelling at children at the park in Eureka. Deputy responded and spoke with the intoxicated male 8/19 – Deputy responded to the report of a vehicle that slid off the roadway and damaged some fence 8/19 – Individual found intoxicated in the wooded area near the city park in Eureka. Individual was provided medical care 8/19 – Alarm call in Eureka at a residence 8/19 – Deputy checked a vehicle in the ditch on K-99 Hwy We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

Unfortunately there will be no activity log posted this week. The individual who compiles these posts is currently away for the week for training. (That’s me). Next week’s log will consist of both weeks. I’m sorry for those of you who look forward to these logs. #itsnotyouitsme

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 7/30 to 8/05/2018** 7/30 – Report of a disturbance on U400 Hwy at the Beaumont rest area 7/30 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Justin Taylor for Driving while suspended and possession of drug paraphernalia 7/30 – Deputy responded to a report of a verbal altercation in Severy 7/30 – Theft report in Severy 7/30 – Report of sexual harassment via text message in Eureka 7/30 – Cattle out in the county 7/30 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 7/30 – Deputy stopped a vehicle with no valid registration and impounded the vehicle 7/30 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Eureka and arrested Keith Severns for DUI and driving while suspended 7/31 – Welfare check at an address in the county 7/31 – Cow and calf out on U54 Hwy 8/1 – Report of an individual walking in a secluded area where people don’t usually walk in the county 8/1 – Civil stand-by in Eureka 8/1 – Deputy checked an abandoned vehicle on U400 Hwy 8/1 – Report of reckless driver on U400 Hwy 8/1 – Debris in the roadway on U54 Hwy 8/1 – Report of a physical altercation in Eureka 8/1 – Individual called 911 and demanded a ride and stated they were suicidal. Deputy transported the individual to the hospital for mental health evaluation 8/1 – Accidental shooting in Eureka reportedly caused when someone dropped a 22 caliber revolver and it fired 8/1 – Unrelated report of gunshots in the county 8/1 – Report of a horse out on U400 Hwy 8/1 – Report of an unruly patient at the hospital in Eureka 8/1 – Report of people with flashlights looking around a vehicle. Deputies responded and found it was the vehicle owner who lost their keys and were looking for them. 8/2 – Report of a trailer that hit a bridge west of Eureka. Deputies responded and were unable to locate a trailer or any damage to a bridge 8/2 – Report of gas drive-off in Eureka. Driver located and escorted back to pay for gas. 8/2 – Sheriff stopped a vehicle and arrested Billy Haney for several warrants as well as possession of methamphetamine and marijuana and Byron Lawrence for possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia for use and for distribution. 8/2 – Reckless driver complaint on U400 Hwy 8/2 – Request to assist Woodson County Sheriff’s Office 8/2 – Report of people stealing gas from a vehicle in Severy 8/2 – One vehicle injury accident in the county 8/2 – Request to speak with a Deputy involving a possible sex offense against a juvenile in Eureka 8/3 – Report of criminal damage at Fall River Lake 8/3 – Deputy assisted an elderly individual with locating his glasses at an address in the county 8/3 – Deputy stopped a vehicle in Eureka and arrested Tim Stack for violation of driving restrictions and expired/unassigned tag 8/3 – Report of calf out on U54 Hwy 8/3 – Report of someone looking in a window of a house. Deputies responded 8/3 – Report of gun shots in Eureka. Deputy responded and found it was fireworks in the county south of Eureka 8/3 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Michael Hahn for driving while suspended 8/3 – Report of a fire in Eureka. Deputy discovered it was a small camp fire 8/4 – Welfare check at an address in the county 8/4 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 8/4 – Theft report in Quincy 8/4 – Open door on a vacant house in Madison. Deputy responded and checked the house and secured the door 8/4 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 8/5 – Deputy responded to a residence in Eureka for an unruly child 8/5 – Cattle out on K99 Hwy 8/5 – Report of an individual walking in the middle of K99 south of U400 Hwy. Deputy responded and found the individual running into the traffic lanes of U400 Hwy. The individual was also intoxicated and behaved aggressively toward the Deputy. A scuffle ensued as the Deputy took the individual into custody in which she kicked, hit, spit on, and attempted to bite the Deputy and broke items inside the patrol car while being secured. This behavior continued while en route to and while inside the jail. Traci Sloan was arrested and charged with pedestrian under the influence, resisting arrest, battery on a law enforcement officer x2, criminal damage to property, battery on a corrections officer x2, and assault on a law enforcement officer. 8/5 – Car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 7/23 to 7/29/2018** 7/23 – Deputy responded to a car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy 7/23 – Deputy took a report of a lost vehicle tag 7/23 – Report that the city of Fall River shut off an individual’s water. 7/23 – Report of theft on K99 Hwy 7/23 – Report of a bicycle theft in Eureka. Case was determined to be a civil matter 7/23 – Neighbor dispute in Eureka 7/23 – Report of a calf out on U54 Hwy Hwy 7/24 – Deputy responded to a car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy 7/24 – Deputy delivered an emergency message in the county 7/24 – Request to speak with a Deputy at the Sheriff’s Office 7/24 – Welfare check in Eureka 7/24 – Deputy responded to a car vs deer accident on U54 Hwy 7/24 – Request to speak with a Deputy at the Sheriff’s Office 7/24 – Report of an injured dog in Eureka 7/25 – Assisted Lyon County Sheriff’s Office with locating an individual in Madison 7/25 – Rollover accident with injuries on U54 Hwy. Several Deputies responded 7/25 – Report of a theft in Madison 7/25 – Non-injury accident, vehicle vs ditch and fence. 7/25 – Report of dog at large 7/25 – Motorist assist on U40 Hwy 7/25 – Leon Caldwell arrested for an outstanding warrant 7/25 – Report of Semi trucks parked in front of a house in Severy 7/26 – Civil stand-by in Hamilton 7/26 – Report of gun fire in Eureka. Deputy responded and determined it was a board hitting the ground 7/26 – Report of suspicious activity in Eureka 7/27 – Report of a deceased dog in Eureka 7/27 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and arrested William Gillespie and Samuel Gillespie for distribution of marijuana, drug tax stamp violation, and possession of paraphernalia 7/27 – Reckless driver complaint on U400. Undersheriff stopped the vehicle and arrested Bryce Lowmaster for driving while suspended 7/27 – Report of cattle out in the county 7/27 – Civil stand-by in Eureka 7/27 – Report of cattle out on K99 Hwy 7/27 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy 7/27 – Report of suspicious activity at an address in the county 7/27 – Report of hitch hikers on K99 Hwy 7/27 – Report of a reckless driver tailgating another vehicle and someone throwing a traffic cone at their vehicle 7/28 – Report of someone stealing wire from a yard in Eureka. The individuals were contacted and Westar verified they did not have permission to take the wire. The wire was returned. 7/28 – Report of fireworks being shot off at the Eureka Lake. The caller stated they knew where the fireworks were coming from but refused to tell us and stated that was for us to figure out when we got there. Deputies responded. 7/29 – Report of a tree limb in the road in Eureka 7/29 – Burglary alarm in the county This week’s tally, Cars – 3, Deer - 0 We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 7/16 to 7/22/2018** 7/16 – Detective conducted a welfare check at an address in Madison 7/16 – Sheriff took a criminal threat report 7/16 – Report of a dog bite in Hamilton. Deputies responded and quarantined the animal. 7/16 – Detective took a report of a sex offense 7/16 – Report of stolen fuel from an address in the county 7/16 – Report of a dog inside a truck in Eureka outside a business. Deputy responded and spoke with the dog owner 7/16 – Cattle out in the county 7/16 – Report of two males and a female fighting in Eureka. Deputy responded and found it was not a fight 7/16 – Jail requested assistance from deputies 7/16 – Black 1996 Chevy pickup bearing Kansas license plate 310HAY reported stolen from an address in Eureka 7/16 – Another noise complaint in the same area of Eureka by the same individual. Deputies responded again and there was still no noise. 7/16 – Individual who reported noise complaint reported someone knocking at his front and back doors. Deputies responded and were unable to locate anyone knocking. There was also still no loud music. 7/17 – Deputy spoke with an individual about some missing bulls. 7/17 – Sedgwick county requested assistance due to a vehicle running from them in their county and the vehicle belonging to someone in Greenwood County. Assistance given 7/17 – Request for a Deputy due to unruly children at an address in Eureka. Deputies responded and spoke with the children 7/17 – Deputy stopped a vehicle on U400 and arrested Brian Ripple and Christopher Lewallen were arrested for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia 7/17 – Report of a female chasing a male around the front yard of a residence in Madison with a shovel. While deputies were responding, the calling party updated dispatch that the female half of the disagreement was now beating a truck with the shovel. Upon arrival, both the male and female were uncooperative with the investigation and denied the existence of the clearly present shovel marks on the truck. Jody McKinsey was arrested for disorderly conduct 7/17 – Report of a theft in Eureka 7/17 – Verbal domestic in Piedmont 7/17 – Individual called to complain about another individual’s cattle being out all the time 7/17 – Smell of natural gas in Eureka 7/18 – Car vs Deer accident on K99 Hwy 7/18 – Report of a juvenile out of control in Severy 7/18 – Hit and run report on K99 Hwy involving a fence 7/18 – Identity theft report in Eureka 7/18 – Welfare check in the county 7/18 – Request to speak with a deputy in Hamilton 7/18 – Non-injury accident with a guard rail on U54 Hwy 7/18 – Report of goats out in Eureka which, as it turns out, is not a refreshing break from cattle out calls 7/18 – Deputy found a wallet on K99 and brought it back to the office 7/18 – Report of loud music, again, in the same area of Eureka. Deputies responded and were still unable to locate any loud music 7/19 – Assist DCF in the county 7/19 – Brian Nichols arrested for an out of county warrant and issued a trespass order 7/19 – Deputy responded to a trespass complaint. Gene Higbee arrested after having previously been trespassed off that same property 7/19 – Two vehicle non-injury accident in Eureka 7/19 – Report someone stole a spare key that was hidden outside a house 7/19 – Report of an individual pulling a gun on someone else in a road rage incident. Deputies stopped the vehicle and found guns inside along with marijuana. Robert McWilliams arrested. 7/19 – Request to speak with a Deputy regarding a threatening voicemail in Hamilton 7/19 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested James Wooderson for driving while revoked and possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia 7/19 – Report of suspicious activity in Eureka 7/20 – Deputy attempted to stop a vehicle in the north end of the county. The driver fled, resulting in a pursuit that entered Lyon County. Greenwood County Deputies got the vehicle stopped in Lyon County. Kenneth Scott Johnson was arrested for flee and elude, driving while under the influence of alcohol, and battery on a law enforcement officer 7/20 – Report of cattle out on U54 Hwy 7/20 – Report of vehicle in the ditch along K99 Hwy. Deputy located the vehicle in the ditch and assisted with traffic control while it was removed 7/20 – Report of a gas drive-off in Eureka 7/21 – Report of someone trying to buy pills from another individual in Eureka 7/21 – Detective stopped a vehicle and arrested Kerry Ordway for driving while suspended 7/21 – Report of a burglary in Fall River. John Schouten arrested for criminal trespass in relation to the report 7/21 – Detective responded to TripCo in reference to a female from out of state being abandoned by her insignificant other. Detective provided her a ride to Eureka and got her in touch with a church group which purchased her a bus ticket home. 7/21 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 7/21 – Animal welfare check in Piedmont 7/21 – Two vehicle injury accident northwest of Eureka in the county 7/21 – Suspicious vehicle report in Madison. It was determined the vehicles were related to a detour from another county routing vehicles into our county due to an accident We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

Career Opportunity: The Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Communication Officer. Applicants must have no felony record, must be at least 18 years old and must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent. This position requires shift work including weekends and holidays. Applications can be picked up at the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office.

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the week of 7/9 – 7/15/2018** 7/9 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and Leo Shuckman III was arrested for driving while suspended 7/9 – Individual requested to speak with a deputy in Eureka 7/9 – Deputies stopped a vehicle and arrested Nicholas Elliott for possession of controlled substance 7/9 – Driving complaint near Reece 7/9 – Report of a cow out on K99 Hwy 7/9 – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Eureka 7/9 – Burglary alarm at a bank in Hamilton 7/10 – One vehicle non-injury accident in the county 7/10 – Dustin Welch turned himself in on a local warrant 7/10 – Alexander Reed arrested on an out of county warrant in Eureka 7/10 – Report of a suicidal person in Eureka. Deputies responded and the individual became combative. She was taken into custody and then released to the hospital for treatment 7/10 – Individual reported intentional damage to a cell phone in Madison 7/10 – Lost wallet recovered and turned in by a citizen in Eureka still containing $735, once again proving we have good people in our community 7/10 – Suspicious vehicle call in the county 7/11 – Detective conducted a welfare check in Eureka 7/11 – Deputy responded to an address in Eureka for a burglary report 7/11 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 7/11 – Motorist assist on K99 Hwy 7/11 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 7/11 – Report of a 9 year old sneaking out of a window. Deputy responded and located the sneaky 9 year old 7/11 – Report of a cow out on K99 Hwy 7/11 – Report of suspicious activity at a vacant house in Eureka. Deputy responded and discovered it was the owner of the house 7/11 – Report of an elderly intoxicated male leaving the area of Caseys in Eureka. Deputies responded and found the intoxicated male, however he was walking on the sidewalks and did not appear to pose a hazard to himself or others 7/11 – Individual reported his neighbor’s dog was at large and being aggressive and threatened to shoot it. Deputies responded and spoke with the dog owner 7/11 – Report of a sexual assault against a juvenile in Eureka. Deputies responded. Investigation is ongoing. 7/12 – Report of a death in Severy. Undersheriff responded along with the Detective 7/12 – Request to speak with a deputy in Eureka 7/12 – Report of cattle out along K99 Hwy 7/12 – Deputies stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation that had been driving around Eureka slowly and caused some concern among local businesses. The Deputies found the occupants were playing pokemon go which we didn’t know was still a thing. Is that still a thing? 7/12 – Deputies stopped a vehicle for several traffic violations and arrested Jay McKenzie for driving while under the influence 7/12 – Barking dog complaint in Eureka 7/12 – Off duty deputy found an accident scene on U400 Hwy involving a semi-truck and large bales of hay 7/13 – Deputy stopped a vehicle on U400 for a traffic violation and arrested Mia Levi and Keith Ray for possession of controlled substances 7/13 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 7/13 – Request for a welfare check in Madison 7/13 – Report of a possible intoxicated driver in the county. Deputies stopped the vehicle and found the driver was only elderly, not intoxicated. 7/13 – Motorist assist on K99 Hwy 7/13 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 7/14 – Vehicle with expired tag found abandoned along U400. Vehicle was impounded 7/14 – Deputy took a report of a lost purse in Eureka. The purse was later found in the owner’s bed 7/14 – Suspicious vehicle report in the county 7/14 – Report of a suicidal subject in the county. Deputies spoke with the family who were in the process of getting help 7/14 – Individuals came to the Sheriff’s Office because they were dropped off in Eureka and the person they were supposed to stay with wasn’t answering the door 7/15 – Individual reported being struck by another individual a week prior 7/15 – Child custody issue in Eureka 7/15 – Deputies stopped a vehicle with expired tags and impounded the vehicle 7/15 – Individual reported a theft of fuel in Quincy 7/15 – Verbal altercation at an address in Eureka. Deputies responded twice We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT*** In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning. **Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the two weeks of 06/25 to 07/08/2018** 6/25 – Sheriff took a theft report at an address in the county 6/25 – Report of a dog bite in Eureka 6/25 – Report of a vehicle parked where it shouldn’t be in the county. Deputies responded but the vehicle was gone 6/25 – Deputies took a theft report in the county 6/25 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 6/25 – Deputies recovered a fanny pack that was lost north of Eureka and attempted to contact the owner 6/25 – Individual called to report their neighbor was outside with a gun after the caller’s dog got loose and chased the neighbor’s cat up a tree 6/25 – Report of a padlock being cut on a gate in the county 6/26 – Report of theft of medication in Eureka 6/26 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in Madison and arrested Lance Evans for driving while suspended. 6/26 – Deputy had a vehicle towed subsequent to an arrest and it was discovered the driver of the tow truck that showed up was also suspended. Alan Hatcher arrested for driving while suspended. 6/26 – Two vehicle non-injury accident in Eureka 6/26 – An EF-3 tornado struck Eureka causing 8 injuries including one critical injury, damaging and destroying several structures, and cutting off power to the city (several calls for the next few days may not have been recorded in the log due to the large number of law enforcement responses and calls coming in to dispatch) 6/26 – Initial search and rescue efforts and recovery efforts 6/27 – three arrests of people going into the disaster area around law enforcement barricades and in violation of law enforcement directions (charges were for crimes founds subsequent to being stopped). No more specific information available at this time. 6/27 – Report of a fire in Eureka. Deputies responded and found an individual burning limbs 6 feet from the side of a structure. Deputies instructed the resident to put the fire out. Deputies responded to the same fire three times before instructing the resident how to put a fire out properly (like smoky the bear teaches). 6/28 – Bank alarm in Severy 6/28 – Alarm at an address in Eureka 6/28 – Individual served a trespass order for G&W in Eureka 6/28 – Report of a dog biting a volunteer in Eureka doing clean-up 6/28 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested Lewis Wygle for driving while suspended and possession of methamphetamine/marijuana/paraphernalia 6/28 – Report of a truck assisting in the clean-up efforts backing into a ditch and getting stuck. No damage was found 6/28 – Deputy found two females arguing on the side of the road and stopped to prevent a disturbance. It turned out to be a mother disciplining her daughter 6/29 – Report of criminal damage in Eureka 6/29 – Search warrant executed in Eureka, Lewis Wygle collected new charges for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia 6/29 – Deputy stopped a vehicle from out of county that was driving around the disaster area stealing scrap and taking advantage of the devastation in Eureka. The individual was escorted to the debris yard and made to empty his trailer. He was subsequently invited to leave our county and community 6/29 – Stranded motorist assist in the county 6/29 – Report of a snake bite at Fall River Lake. The snake turned out to be a copperhead. 6/29 – Burglary report in Eureka 6/30 – Theft report in the county 6/30 – Theft report in Eureka 6/30 – Two vehicle head-on fatality accident on U400 Hwy. Highway patrol investigated. 6/30 – Burglary report in Eureka 6/30 – Verbal domestic dispute in Eureka 6/30 – Motorist assist at Beaumont rest area 6/30 – Neighbor dispute in Fall River 6/30 – Physical altercation reported in Eureka. Jason Hare arrested for aggravated battery. 7/1 – Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and arrested Marc Tyrell for DUI 7/1 – Dispute between sisters in Eureka 7/1 – Report of two juveniles at the CAC in Eureka which was heavily damaged by the tornado. Deputies responded and spoke with them 7/1 – Car vs Coyote non-injury accident. Well except for the coyote. 7/2 – Report of two intoxicated males walking around in Eureka. Deputies located the individuals who did not pose a traffic hazard at the time. They made it to their destination safely 7/2 – Immediately following making it to their destination, the two males from the prior call began to fight. Bert Evans and Justin Hansen were arrested for disorderly conduct 7/2 – Report of a rape that occurred in the county. Francis Crooks arrested for Rape, Aggravated criminal sodomy, distribution of controlled substance, and driving while suspended 7/3 – Report of an out of control juvenile. Undersheriff responded 7/3 – Civil stand-by in Eureka 7/3 – Report of a juvenile that walked away from home without permission. Deputies responded and spoke with the juvenile. 7/3 – Suspicious activity report in Eureka 7/4 – Report of an erratic semi driver on K99 Hwy. The caller eventually drove in front of the semi and stopped in an attempt to stop the semi. The semi hit the back of the vehicle. Deputies responded and took a report. 7/4 – Burglary alarm in the county 7/4 – Report of an individual in Eureka that was either drunk or on drugs 7/4 – Several unintentional 911 calls from an address in Eureka 7/4 – Report of an out of control juvenile in Eureka. Deputy responded and spoke with the juvenile 7/4 – Several cows out on K58 Hwy east of Lamont 7/4 – Report of threatening messages 7/4 – Intentional overdose by a juvenile in Madison 7/4 – Suspicious activity report in the county 7/5 – Report of a car vs deer non-injury accident that occurred earlier and wasn’t reported as required by statute. As a reminder, state statute requires accidents be reported as soon as possible, not at one’s convenience 12 hours later. 7/5 – Report of a lost tag 7/5 – Theft/criminal damage report at Fall River Lake 7/5 – Report of a verbal disturbance in Hamilton. An individual was issued a no trespass order. 7/5 – Report of a non-injury car vs pole accident in Eureka 7/5 – Verbal disturbance in the county. No trespass order issued 7/5 – Report of an individual refusing to leave a residence in Severy. No trespass order issued. 7/5 – Two vehicle injury accident on U400 Hwy. Highway Patrol investigated. Charges pending for possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia, and transporting an open container 7/5 – Intentional overdose by a juvenile in Madison 7/6 – Cow out report on U54 Hwy 7/6 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy 7/6 – Report of suspicious vehicle at a house in Eureka. It turned out to be the homeowner 7/7 – Juvenile issue in Eureka 7/7 – Request to speak with a Deputy in Eureka 7/8 – Cow out call on U54 Hwy 7/8 – Report of a drunk driver that was confronted in Eureka by the calling party. Vague vehicle description and partial tag given, however deputies were unable to locate the vehicle. 7/8 – Previously reported driver called to complain he was confronted by an individual in Eureka. Deputies responded and were unable to find signs of alcohol impairment 7/8 – Report of someone shooting a BB gun in Eureka and almost hitting their car. Deputies responded and told them to stop shooting their BB gun in city limits. 7/8 – Alarm call at Eureka Country Club 7/8 – Report of a suicidal subject in Eureka. Deputies responded. We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies

Due to the tornado and the early newspaper deadlines, this week’s activity report will not be ready in time to make publication. I will include it in next week’s report

Volunteers are still needed today for raking and moving debris to the curbside. Please check in at the Matt Samuels Community Building.

Please be advised that the storm siren at 16th and Poplar is malfunctioning there is no threat of a tornado at this time.