Marion police

May 13: A gas theft was reported. A civil dispute was reported.

May 14: A disruptive child was reported at Oasis. Officers assisted an elderly woman having trouble crossing Main Street.

May 15: Officers responded to a non-injury accident. Officers took a report of a verbal disturbance.

May 16: Officers assisted court services and searched a residence; paraphernalia and meth were discovered; one male was taken into custody. Officers took a report of a child walking in the middle of the street at Elm and Main; the mother was located.

May 17: Officers assisted an elderly male, who fell outside his house; there were no injuries to the subject.

May 20: Officers assisted sheriff with a reckless driving case.

May 21: Officers provided a civil standby for property exchange. A female was taken into protective custody; she was trying to jump in front of moving vehicles attempting to commit suicide; she was transported to a facility in Osawatomie for mental observation.

May 22: Officers worked two accidents. An arrest was made for criminal threat.

May 23: Officers took a report of criminal damage to property. Officers took a phone call about a whining kitten in basement.

May 24: Officers responded to a non-injury accident. Officers assisted with a domestic disturbance. Officers responded to a domestic violence subject taken to St. Luke Hospital. Officers arrested subject after traffic stop for driving without headlights; driver was found to be drinking, with four county warrants, and on parole.

May 26: Officers conducted a traffic stop; suspect showed warrants through immigration for illegal re-entry; further investigation found suspect to be a victim of identity theft. Officers assisted county in arrested and transport of suspect from St. Luke Hospital.

Totals

Three battery cases, 4 assaults, 4 disorderly conduct, 2 arrests, 2 possession of methamphetamines, 2 possession of drug paraphernalia, and 4 accidents.

 

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