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Hillsboro Police Department

Officials reported money was removed from a coin-operated machine Feb. 25 in the 100 block of South Jefferson Street.

Feb. 22: An out-of-control individual was reported in the 500 block of West Grand Street. Marion County Sheriff’s Department received assistance with a trespass complaint.

Feb. 23: A door-to-door salesman was reported selling without a permit. A parking complaint was filed in the 400 block of South Jefferson Street. Individuals were fingerprinted for employment. A vehicle registration complaint was filed in the 600 block of South Ash Street. An individual was transported to a mental health facility after reportedly being suicidal in the 400 block of North Ash Street.

Feb. 24: A community corrections worker received assistance with a home visit. An individual reported the theft of a ladder in the 200 block of South Jefferson Street. The ladder was valued at $170. A welfare check was provided to an individual who was walking on Indigo Road. Assistance was provided to Marion Police Department with an investigation. A possible identify theft was reported in the 200 block of North Main Street. A suspicious vehicle was checked in Memorial Park.

Feb. 25: Harvey County Sheriff’s Department received assistance with a traffic complaint. An officer instructed a DARE class at Hillsboro Elementary School. An individual received assistance with the disposal of ammunition. Assistance was provided to a motorist at U.S.-56 and Kanza Road. An activated commercial alarm at Hillsboro Heights was checked.

Feb. 26: An individual reported a possible domestic disturbance because of a recent divorce filing. Officers assisted during a power outage. A reckless driver was reported in Memorial Park. An escort was provided for a Hillsboro High School athletic team. An individual reported a violation of a court order in the 200 block of South Ash Street.

Feb. 27: Hillsboro City Council packets were delivered. A civil process was served for the city. A motorist received assistance at Ash and D streets.

Feb. 28: Response was given to an activated commercial alarm in the 800 block of East D Street. A reckless driver was reported in the 500 block of East D Street. Assistance was provided to a motorist in the 300 block of West D Street.

March 1: A noise complaint was filed in the 400 block of South Ash Street. A parking complaint was made in the 400 block of South Jefferson Street.

March 2: An individual reported someone had forced entry into a storage shed in the 500 block of South Wilson Street but nothing was taken. The total loss was estimated at $369. A parking complaint was filed in the 400 block of South Jefferson Street. An individual was fingerprinted for employment.

March 3: Kansas Bureau of Investigation received assistance with an investigation. Assistance also was provided to a state parole office. A motorist received assistance in the 200 block of North Adams Street. An officer instructed a DARE class at HES. A parking complaint was filed in the 500 block of East Grand Street. A noise complaint in the 600 block of West Grand Street also was filed.

March 4: An officer instructed a DARE class at HES. Assistance was provided to Kansas Attorney General’s Office. Hays Police Department received assistance with a background investigation. An individual reported that an unknown person had entered his residence in the 100 block of North Birch Street and left items that did not belong to him, prompting a trespass complaint.

Thursday: A reckless driver was reported on Ash Street. Two drug awareness classes were taught at Hillsboro High School. A possible structure fire was reported in the 100 block of South Wilson Street. Suspicious activity was checked in the 300 block of East B Street. Assistance was provided to the sheriff’s department with an investigation. Marion County Attorney’s Office received assistance. Officers attended highway interdiction training in Hillsboro.

Friday: Suspicious activity was checked in the 200 block of North Main Street. An individual was fingerprinted for employment. The sheriff’s department received assistance with an investigation. Kansas Department of Motor Vehicles reported suspicious activity. Three individuals were fingerprinted for employment purposes. The county attorney’s office received assistance. A violation of a court order was reported in the 300 block of South Birch Street. A suspicious vehicle was reported in the 300 block of North Ash Street. An injury accident was reported in the 800 block of East D Street and was determined to have been caused by a medical problem with the driver. Officers had to break a window to gain access to the driver. A suspicious person was checked at D and Lincoln streets. The individual was a vagrant looking for a place to set a tent. Assistance was provided with a non-injury accident at U.S.-56 and Nighthawk

Last modified March 12, 2009

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