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KBI Arrest Geary County Sheriff Thursday - The Salina Post
On Thursday, Oct. 18, the KBI arrested Anthony J. “Tony” Wolf, 44, at approximately 9 a.m., at the Geary County Sheriff’s Office, 826 N. Franklin St. in Junction City. He was arrested for felony theft, for allegedly giving a county-owned firearm as a gift to a third party, and for misuse of public f
Sheriff: One man dead after Kansas construction accident - The Salina Post
JACKSON COUNTY — Authorities are investigating the cause of a fatal construction accident. Just after 2p.m. Wednesday, first responders were called to a home in the 500 Block of Iowa in Holton, according to Sheriff Tim Morse.
House fire claims life of Salina man - The Salina Post
Fatal fire early Wednesday morning at 832 N. 7th. Salina Post photo.A fire early Wednesday morning has claimed the life of a 78-year-old Salina man.Police Captain Paul Forrester said an officer on patrol about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday morning found heavy smoke in the 800 block of N. 7th . 9-1-1 calls sta
Salina Man Dies in House Fire
A fire that broke out in a home in north Salina claimed the live of the lone resident inside.Police Capt. Paul Forrester tells KSAL News that an officer was patrolling the 800 block of N. 7th St. at 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday when the officer noticed heavy smoke coming from a residence.Around the same t
Jury deliberations begin in trial of workers in Kan. boy's waterslide death - The Salina Post
Prosecutors said Hughes and Zalsman failed to replace a brake mat that fell off the slide two weeks before Caleb was killed, then told investigators that the mat had only been on the slide during testing phases. Video evidence shows the mat was used after the ride opened to customers in 2014, prosec
Woman loses arm in accident - The Salina Post
Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan said Wednesday that a 50-year-old Salina woman was helping put in fence posts at Salina KOA, 1109 W. Diamond Drive when her jacket got caught in the power take-off shaft of the tractor that was running the post hole digger. The woman lost her left arm and her right
Licence plate reader helps police catch Kan. robbery suspect - The Salina Post
Bill Oliver Chavez, 42, Topeka, Kan., is charged with one count of robbing a commercial business. The indictment alleges that on Sept. 13, 2018, Chavez robbed a Walgreens store at 3696 S.W. Topeka, Blvd.
$3,100 worth of items stolen from north Salina residence - The Salina Post
Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester said Wednesday that sometime between 6:45-7 p.m. on Tuesday, someone broke into a residence in the 900 block of North Third and took an estimated $3,100 worth of items including the following.
Police arrest driver who fled after hitting 12-year-old Kan. boy - The Salina Post
Just after 4:30p.m. Tuesday, a 12-year-old boy was struck by a dark colored SUV, according to a media release from Paola police. The vehicle with front end damage on the passenger side was also leaking fluid was believed to be heading south on Pearl Street near El Potro restaurant and struck the chi
Barkley Park to be closed Sunday, November 4 - The Salina Post
Barkley Park, 1801 Markley Road, will be closed Sunday and on November 4 due to Sports Car Club of America activities in the area.
Saline County Jail Booking Activity – Thursday - The Salina Post
Name: Rathbun,Michael ShawnCharges: Criminal threat; Cause terror, evacuation or disruptionCriminal trespass; Remain in defiance of order by ownerInterf w/LEO; obstr/resist/oppose misd warrant
Stolen Subaru found in central Salina - The Salina Post
According to Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester, sometime between 8 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday, someone took a $29,000 2017 Subaru WRX from the lot at Money Automotive, 2222 S. Ninth. It is believed that someone was able to get ahold of a set of keys to the vehicle and then return later to tak
Red Cross schedules Salina blood drive - The Salina Post
This fall, Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Florence have forced the cancellation of about 200 blood drives, causing approximately 7,000 units of blood to go uncollected in the Southeast. Low donor turnout is expected to continue in affected areas as communities recover.
Input sought for Salina USD 305 superintendent search - The Salina Post
Community meeting at 5:15 p.m. October 29 in Smoky Hill Education Service Center, 605 E. Crawford. Everyone is welcome.An online survey through October 25 at one district website.Link to SurveyAdditionally, the board will receive input from separate focus groups to include USD 305 employees and facu
Police swarm Country Club Plaza after Kansas City shooting - The Salina Post
So that’s an all-clear@ThePlazaKC. Thanks for your cooperation, everyone, and we’re so glad no one was hurt. Investigation into the incident will continue.— Kansas City Police (@kcpolice)October 16, 2018
Sheriff identifies Kansas man who died in rollover crash - The Salina Post
Just after 8a.m. Tuesday, sheriff’s deputies were advised of a vehicle in a field just south of the Arkansas River bridge on Haven Road, according to the Reno County Sheriff’s Department. Officers found a red 2003 Ford Mustang with major damage to it. The vehicle was unoccupied, so a search of the a
Police: Kansas man wanted for attempted-murder jailed in Texas - The Salina Post
Eric James Cravey, 34, wanted in connection with a shooting on Saturday that injured Vanessa Rae McWhirt-Martin, 37, Chetopa, Kansas was arrested early Wednesday by the Hill County, Texas Sheriff’s Department, according to a social media report from the Pittsburg, Kansas police department.
Salina Kmart store closing - The Salina Post
Employees of Kmart, 400 S. Broadway, were notified Monday morning that their store is scheduled to close by sometime in December.
2 Kansas deputies wounded in shooting continue successful recovery - The Salina Post
On August 28, a man identified as Jason L. Whitson, 40, Mankato, entered the Sheriff’s Office and shot Ost and another deputy before driving away and taking his own life.
Jewelry taken in home burglary - The Salina Post
Sharon Huff tells police someone forced open a window to her home in the 900 block of Smith between 11:30 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. and took $2,297 in jewelry including rings, necklaces, earrings, and pins.