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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 »

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 »

No More Warnings For Not Wearing A Seatbelt in Kansas

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TOPEKA – Beginning June 30, 2010, citations for non-seat-belt use will be issued, ending the warning period for the new primary seat belt law, which went into effect June 10. Law enforcement officers in Kansas will now be able to stop and ticket drivers and front-seat passengers who are not wearing safety belts even if the officers do not observe ... Read More »

KDHE Informational Meeting

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A special meeting will be held in Beloit this evening to help anyone who might have to disturb painted surfaces better understand new regulations in what is called the new Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. Tom Langer with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Lead Program will be conducting the Town Hall Meeting which will be held ... Read More »

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

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If you didn’t know, this week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, a week designated to honor those who perform dispatching duties for law enforcement. The Kansas Highway Patrol reminds us, when a member of the public or an officer needs help during an emergency, dispatchers become their lifeline, ensuring that the appropriate assistance is contacted and en route to ... Read More »

Bern woman crashes attempting to outrun police

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A Bern woman was injured on a Nemaha County road while being pursued by a law enforcement officer for a traffic violation. The Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department reported 22-year-old Natalie Grossenbacher was traveling north on O-4 Road last Thursday night shortly before 11:30 P.M. without headlights while being pursued by an officer.  Grossenbacher  lost control of her car on the ... Read More »

Phone scam trys to scare persons into sending money.

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Attorney General Steve Six is cautioning Kansans about telephone calls from fake debt collectors who are impersonating law enforcement officers in an effort to extort money.  The caller often states they are collecting a debt related to an internet payday loan.    The scam artists have most recently identified themselves as ACS, National Affidavit Processing Department and United Financial Crime Division, but may ... Read More »

Kansas Highway Patrol STEP Program

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The Kansas Highway Patrol, along with local law enforcement agencies throughout the state, will be participating in the Kansas Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign starting today. This special Traffic Enforcement Program – STEP is funded by the Kansas Department of Transportation and is intended to minimize traffic-related injuries and fatalities. The program runs through Saturday, November 29th. The KHP and other agencies ... Read More »

KHP Participates in Special Thanksgiving Traffic Enforcement

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The Kansas Highway Patrol, along with local law enforcement agencies throughout the state, will be participating in the Kansas Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign from November 23-29. This Special Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) is funded by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and is intended to minimize traffic-related injuries and fatalities. The Patrol and other agencies will focus on impaired drivers, child ... Read More »

KHP Advises Caution While Driving, Look For Deer

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The Kansas Highway Patrol is advising all motorists to be cautious of deer activity on and around roadways this fall. Because the deer breeding season generally runs from October to December, law enforcementofficers routinely investigate a large number of deer-vehicle crashes this time of year. Last year, six people were killed in crashes involving deer, and 318 were injured. According ... Read More »