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Gage County Sheriff’s Department receives DUI enforcement grant.

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The Gage County Sheriff’s Office has been selected to participate in the national D.U.I. “You Drink and Drive, You Lose” campaign.  The grant begins in December and will run until the beginning of January.  The mini-grant is sponsored by the Nebraska Office of Highway Safety.  Numerous full-time, part-time, and reserve deputies will be participating in the grant.  All overtime and ... Read More »

Two arrested in Gage County for attempting to steal anhydrous ammonia

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On Tuesday, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office and the Southeast Area Drug Enforcement (SEADE) responded to 10387 East Elm Road in reference to theft of anhydrous ammonia.  According to the reporting party, Stanley Lenners, he had caught an unknown suspect stealing anhydrous ammonia from a tank located on his property. Lenners advised the deputy he did chase that suspect for ... Read More »

PATROL PARTICIPATES IN SPECIAL THANKSGIVING TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT

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  NEWS RELEASE – November 19, 2010 #2010-85 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CONTACT : Technical Trooper Tim McCool (785) 296-6800 The Kansas Highway Patrol, along with local law enforcement agencies throughout the state, will be participating in the Kansas Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign from Monday, November 22nd through Sunday, November 28th. This Special Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) is funded by the ... Read More »

Secret shopper program may be a secret fraud

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A fraudulent cashier’s check scheme has been reported in Northeast Kansas. According to law enforcement a citizen received a letter from a company called BESTMARK out of Minnetonka, Minnesota.  The letter advised them that they had been selected to participate in a,“ Secret Shopper” program. A cashier’s check, purportedly from Finance Center Federal Credit Union for $1,490 was enclosed. It ... Read More »

Afterschool Safety Concerns

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A local downtown business owner has expressed concern over the after school traffic in the downtown area.  Children crossing in the middle of the street, playing on skateboards and bicycles or running across crosswalks without looking both ways can lead to an unfortunate accident.  Local law enforcement encourages parents to talk with their children and encourage them to be careful ... Read More »

*****AMBER ALERT*****Western Kansas

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This is a Kansas AMBER Alert.   We have received the following information from the Garden City Police Department regarding a child abduction. Law Enforcement is looking for a Dark Blue 1999 Dodge Durango, Kansas license 133 CLP.  The missing child, Issiah MARTINEZ, a 2 year old white male, 2 foot, 30 lbs, black hair and brown eyes.   MARTINEZ was last ... Read More »

Police seeking information on missing girl

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GREAT BEND — Local and state law enforcement agencies are looking for a central Kansas teenager missing since late Saturday. Fourteen-year-old Alicia Debolt, of Great Bend, is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 118 pounds. In a news release, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation is advising Tuesday afternoon an unidentified body had been discovered on the outskirts of Great ... Read More »

Aggressive DUI enforcement on its way

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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Marysville Police Department and 140 other police agencies are currently participating in the Drunk Driving, Over the Limit, Under Arrest program.  The program, which runs through Labor Day provides Law Enforcement funds to increase the enforcement of Kansas drunk driving and traffic laws.  The crackdown is funded by a grant from the Kansas department of Transportation. Read More »

Paypal Email is announced as a scam

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A new e-mail scam is circulating in Northeast Kansas. Law enforcement reports that an e-mail is appearing in the inbox of residents..  The email states it’s from PayPal and the recipient’s account has been suspended. In order to return the account to good standing, the recipient is told they must return the e-mail with personal descriptors such as date of ... Read More »

KHP: No Fatalities Reported Over Independence Weekend

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The July 4th holiday weekend has come and gone, and Kansas experienced much travel on the state’s roadways. Last weekend, the Patrol and other law enforcement personnel from throughout the state worked to help ensure motorists reached their destinations safely. The Patrol’s preliminary figures from the holiday weekend activity are in, and for the July 4th, 2010 holiday reporting period ... Read More »