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Missing teen from Amber Alert found, investigation continues - The Salina Post
Just before 6:00p.m. Saturday, Brajaean Sledge walked into to a Kansas City Missouri Police Station and identified herself to authorities, according to a media release from KC Police.
Kan. man jailed again for bringing gun to law enforcement center - The Salina Post
On Feb. 3, Ruiz-Hernandez he was arrested for Aggravated Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer, Disobey Lawful Police Order, Criminal Threat, and Interference with a Law Enforcement Officer.
WPD officer in pursuit of vehicle crashes into car, Kansas Highway Patrol says
One person was taken to the hospital with possible injuries after a Wichita police officer who was involved in a vehicle pursuit hit another driver, according to areportfrom the Kansas Highway Patrol.The crash happened Saturday just before 11 p.m.A 34-year-old Wichita man was driving eastbound on Li
Early morning crash knocks out power for dozens
Nearly 100 customers are without power in North Wichita after a crash early Sunday morning.The crash happened between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. near 13th and Waco. Several power lines were down when emergency crews arrived.No one was seriously hurt, but the crash knocked out power to dozens of customers.We
Kansas teen held on $160K Bond on drug, rape allegations - The Salina Post
Just before 11:30p.m. Friday, officers arrested Tommie Baggett, 18, Manhattan, at a residence in the 1400 Block of Hartman Place, according to the Riley County PoliceDepartment booking report.
1 critically injured in northeast Wichita shooting
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH)Wichita police are responding to a shooting call near 14th and Harding.The shooting happened around 2:35 p.m. Saturday.Dispatchers confirmed one person was taken to the hospital in critical condition.We have a crew headed to the scene to learn more. Expect updates on-air and onli
Severe weather possible Sunday evening and overnight - The Salina Post
Strong to severe thunderstorms are likely this evening and night, mainly after 7 PM, with the greatest potential across primarily south-central Kansas. Primary threats are large hail, damaging winds and pockets of very heavy rain and localized flooding.
Four people injured during shooting near 13th and Oliver
Wichita police are investigating a reported shooting that left four people injured Saturday afternoon near 13th and Oliver.Two people were taken to hospital with injuries, one of them in critical condition. Two more walked in with minor injuries.
One injured in accidental shooting Saturday afternoon
One person near Mount Hope was injured after an accidental shooting on Saturday afternoon.Sedgwick County dispatchers say it happened just before 5 p.m. in the 9000 block of North 247th. One person was taken to the hospital in critical condition.Deputies are investigating what exactly happened befor
Police Tase Drunk Man Who Was Having His Way With... A Tailpipe? | Carscoops
Well, there’s no easy way to put this, but a 23-year old man was charged with ‘lewd and lascivious behavior’ concerning thetailpipeof a parked car. Sounds like a bad joke, but it’s not.
911 caller told to put dog in truck; dog later found dead
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Police in Hutchinson, Kansas, say a dog died inside a sweltering animal control truck due to bad advice from a 911 dispatcher and lack of communication to animal control staff.The incident happened in May but was disclosed this week.The Hutchinson Newsreports that a resident
911 Operator's Mistake Leads to Dog's Death Inside Hot Animal Control Truck - The Dogington Post
Bad information from a 911 operator to a concerned citizen trying to rescue an escaped dog ultimately led to the dog’s tragic death inside the back of a sweltering hot Animal Control truck.A Hutchinson, Kansas 911 operator is no longer employed by the city after a mistake and poor judgement led to t
Woman's shooting death at Kan. home under investigation - The Salina Post
Just after 10:30 p.m., deputies were notified of a shooting in the 3200 block of North 159thStreet East in rural Sedgwick County, according to Lt. Tim Myers.
Dog dies after wrong advice in Hutchinson
Police in Hutchinson, Kansas, say a dog died inside a sweltering animal control truck due to bad advice from a 911 dispatcher and lack of communication to animal control staff.
Amber Alert issued for missing 15-year-old Kansas City girl - The Salina Post
Sledge is described as 5-foot-8, weighs 125 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Police are searching for a 2017 Kia Forte with the Missouri license plate, MB5-G5B.
2 critically hurt in Salina motorcycle crash
SALINA, Kan. (KWCH)Two people were hurt in a motorcycle crash this evening in Salina.Dispatchers say the crash happened near Republic and Broadway around 8:20 p.m.They say the motorcycle - carrying a man and a woman - collided with a car.Both were taken to the hospital in critical condition.It's unk
Two injured in one-car crash
Dennis J. Markley-Bragg, 41, and Josaphine D. Markley, 8, were taken to the hospital at 11:30 p.m. after the vehicle struck a tree.
Crimestoppers: seeking information on Salina man missing since December - The Salina Post
On Friday, December 15, 2017, Alex Michael LaRussa was reported to the Salina Police Department as a missing person by his family. LaRussa was last seen on Friday, December 8, 2017, in the area of Iron and Ohio at about 9:30 p.m. LaRussa was driving a tan 2004 Ford Explorer with Kansas tags at the t
Saline County Jail Booking Activity – Wednesday - The Salina Post
Name: Luthi,Megan LynnCharges: Burglary; Dwelling for felony, theft, sexFailure to appearFailure to appearTheft of prop/services:Value less than $1,500
K-State Q&A: Breaking down the good and the bad of next year's basketball schedule
The overall non-con basketball slate is much better than last year, but the Bramlage games are underwhelming again. Will it be a ghost town until January again? Also, can we not convince anyone decent to come to Manhattan anymore?— Brennan Mense (@BrennanMense)June 21, 2018