Wellington Police Dept. Bulletin April 17, 2017

Create: 04/18/2017 - 09:17

MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017

  1:24 AM ... Officers took a report of a Curfew Violation in the 100 blk N. Ash, city.   Known juvenile suspect

  7:25 AM ... Officers investigated a Dometic Battery in the 800 blk W. Hillside, city.   Known suspect

  9:00 AM ... Officers took a report of a Mental Subject in the 600 blk Sylvan Lane, city.

11:10 AM ... Officers investigated Criminal Use of a Financial Card in the 500 blk North F, city.

  1:20 PM ... Officers investigated Driving While License is Suspended and Speeding 50mph in a 35mph Zone.

  1:30 PM ... Dustin A. Johnson, 35, city, was arrested and charged with Driving While License is Suspended and Speeding 50mph in a 35mph Zone.

(bonded)

  2:21 PM ... Dustin A. Johnson, 35, city, was arrested and charged with Driving While License is Suspended and Speeding 50mph in a 35mph Zone. (bonded)

  2:21 PM ... Dustin ED Parmele, 17, city, was issued a notice to appear for No Trailer Lights.

  2:30 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 2600 blk North A, city.

  2:58 PM ... Officers took a Suspicious Activity report in the 400 blk W. Sumner, city.

  4:30 PM ... Officers conducted a Courtesy Motor Vehicle Accident report in the 2000 blk E. 16th, city, involving an unknown vehicle and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Josephine L. Seyfert, city.

  4:30 PM ... Officers investigated Criminal Use of a Financial Card in the 200 blk North c, city.

  5:21 PM ... Officers investigated Stalking, Assault and Violation of a Protection Order in the 1100 blk West 8th, city.   Known suspect

  5:33 PM ...  Officers took a report of a Vicious Animal in the area of Day and Lincoln, city.   Known owner

  7:15 PM ...  Non-Injury, Private Property Accident in the 1800 blk E. 16th, city, involving vehicles operated by Dixie Blankinship, 72, city, and Kristina D. Johnson, 40, Milan, KS.

  7:46 PM ... Officers took a Miscellaneous Report in the 400 blk North A, city.

  9:13 PM ... Officers investigated Disorderly Conduct in the 1300 blk Michigan, city.   Known subject

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