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Hillsboro Police Department

An individual reported to authorities someone had accessed their checking account and made more than $2,000 in unauthorized withdrawals. It appeared the account was accessed from another country.

Nov. 2: A suspicious vehicle was checked in Hillsboro Heights. A physical altercation between two children resulted in an assault complaint in the 300 block of North Birch Street.

Nov. 3: Newton Police Department and Marion County Attorney received assistance with separate investigations. A property dispute was reported in the 200 block of South Date Street. A suspicious vehicle was checked along abandoned railroad tracks. Suspicious activity was checked in the 200 block of South Ash Street. A disturbance was reported in the 200 block of South Main Street when a male and female adults engaged in a verbal dispute. Suspicious activity was checked at Hillsboro Family Aquatic Center. A civil process was served for the City of Hillsboro. Assistance was provided to Kansas Highway Patrol with a vehicle stop.

Nov. 4: A welfare check was conducted in the 100 block of South Main Street. A bicycle was reported stolen from Tabor College. Marion Police Department received assistance with an investigation. A suspicious person was checked in the 100 block of South Adams Street. An attempted break-in was reported at Tabor College concession stand. A commercial alarm was activated in the 100 block of North Main Street. An assault complaint was filed in the 300 block of North Birch Street when a child reported two other juveniles were throwing sticks at him. A civil process for the city was serviced.

Nov. 5: Officers attended training at the police department. A traffic complaint was filed at U.S.-56 and Santa Fe Street. An unauthorized vehicle was reported in the 300 block of North Ash Street. Assistance was provided to Marion Police Department with an investigation.

Nov. 6: Kansas Bureau of Investigation received assistance with an investigation. An individual reported several unauthorized withdrawals from a checking account which originated from outside of the U.S. A child custody dispute was reported in the 200 block of South Ash Street. A motorist received assistance on U.S.-56. A cow was found loose on Marion County Fairgrounds; the owner was notified.

Nov. 7: A dog complaint was filed in the 200 block of South Washington Street. A civil process was served for the city. An individual reported that someone had attempted to force entry in the 800 block of East D Street; the suspects have been identified and the case remains under investigation. A bicycle was reported stolen from Tabor College. Suspicious activity was checked in the 400 block of North Adams Street. A welfare check was provided in the 300 block of North Washington Street. A report was made of someone smashing pumpkins in the street in the 200 block of North Main Street. Assistance was provided to Marion County Sheriff Department with a non-injury accident on 190th Road. A missing bicycle was recovered.

Nov. 8: Several individuals reported their vehicle tags were stolen from their vehicles while parked in Tabor College parking lots; the tags were received elsewhere on campus. Several curfew violations were issued in Memorial Park.

Nov. 9: A domestic disturbance was reported in the 400 block of South Main Street when an individual reported a former male friend had grabbed her by the throat and attempted to push her out of her vehicle; charges are pending against a 21-year-old Hillsboro man. Vandalism was reported in the 200 block of South Adams Street when an officer was advised that a window was “soaped” as a prank. A motorist received assistance at Adams Street and U.S.-56. Individuals reported being verbally assaulted by another individual in the 100 block of East Grand Street who had followed them to a vehicle. A 911 disconnect from a cell phone at Main and Grand streets was checked.

Nov. 10: A court service officer received assistance in the 400 block of South Main Street. A suspicious person was checked in the 200 block of South Ash Street. Marion Police Department received assistance with an investigation. An animal welfare concern was reported in the 300 block of West Third Street.

Nov. 11: An individual was fingerprinted for employment purposes. A suspicious person was checked in the 500 block of North Ash Street. Assistance was provided to homeland security with information.

Nov. 12: Oakley Police Department and Wichita Police Department received assistance in two different cases. Two abandoned bicycles were recovered. An individual reported criminal use of debit card when the account was accessed. Assistance was provided to a child who had fallen from a bicycle at D and Ash streets.

Thursday: A suspicious vehicle was checked in the 100 block of South Main Street. Officers attended safety training at city hall. An individual was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 200 block of West Grand Street. A parking complaint was filed at Grand and Cedar streets.

Friday: SRS received assistance with an investigation. A commercial alarm was activated in the 800 block of East D Street. Hillsboro City Council packets were delivered. It was reported there were several suspicious people in a church.

Saturday: Officers assisted with a parade and other activities downtown. A search was conducted in an effort to locate stolen property. A dog complaint was filed in the 200 block of North Main Street. A fire alarm was activated in the 400 block of South Jefferson Street.

Last modified Nov. 19, 2008

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