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One Killed In Randolph Shooting Accident

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The Riley County Police report that an accidental shooting this morning in Randolph left one person dead. Police have ruled out suicide, but declined to to identify the victim of the shooting. A full report will be released on Tuesday by the Riley County Police Department.

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KSNT Report: Search For Police Impersonator Crosses State Line

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KSNT News in Topeka released a story this evening detailing a connection between the search for a police impersonator in the Marysville area, and recent reports in southeast Nebraska. Read the full story at the link below. http://ksnt.com/2015/01/27/concern-over-police-impersonator-crosses-nebraska-border/

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Police Report 3rd Incident Of Police Impersonation

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Just received word that a third incident with the police impersonator was reported Wednesday afternoon, shortly after 2 pm. Another vehicle reported being stopped, without incident. Authorities are currently searching the East River Road south of Marysville. A white four door pickup is believed to be involved, with a white male, mid forties. If you have any information contact Police ...

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Police Impersonator Stops 2nd Vehicle

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The police impersonator stopped another vehicle this morning close to Bremen.  They are looking for a white 4-door pick up.  The impersonator is a white male in his mid 40’s. He stopped a male this time who was unaware of what happened in Marysville over the weekend, so he did not report it until he got to work and spoke ...

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Riley County Police Release “Fake Patty’s Day” Weekend Statistics

On the weekend of March 7, 2014 to March 9, 2014, the Riley County Police Department with assistance from the Junction City Police Department, Emporia Police Department, Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office, Lyon County Sheriff’s Office, Hays Police Department and the Kansas Highway Patrol responded to several calls for service in relation to the Fake Patty’s Day 2014 event. Other emergency ...

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Bond Set For Travelodge Motel Standoff Suspect

Bond was set at $900,000 for a man involved in a standoff with authorities in Beatrice at the Travelodge Motel early Thursday morning. Adam Wolken surrendered several hours after he forced entry into a room occupied by a woman he had been involved with. Earlier Wednesday evening, she had reported to police that Wolken threatened her with a gun at ...

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ONGOING: “Act of Violence” Reported at Manhattan Quality Inn Hotel

The morning quiet was broken this morning in Manhattan near the Quality Inn on Highway 24 in what Riley County Police are calling an “act of violence”. Details are scarce at this point, but reports indicate that police responded to the Quality Inn at 6:02 a.m. for a reported disturbance. A suspected is reported to be in custody, and nobody ...

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Marysville City Council Notes – August 26

The Marysville City Council met Monday. Among public comment, overgrowth of brush in the ditch along Jayhawk Road was noted, with concern for walkers and bikers along the route. Allie Argo with Marysville Main Street was present, and updated the council on several upcoming events and activities. She received approval to add a window to the office, in the former ...

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Bond Set For Beatrice Men In Connection To Casey’s General Store Break-In

A $10,000 bond has been set for two men in Beatrice, after they broke a door at Casey’s Convenience Store and stole cigarettes. Nineteen-year-old Thoren H. Franzen, and 18-year-old Dakota B. Saul were taken into custody Thursday afternoon. Police had begun an investigation into the break-in that occurred around 1 am.

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Tennis Courts & Mill Levy In Marysville City Council Notes

The Marysville City Council last Monday discussed the city budget, and approved a draft for publication. The mill levy would remain the same as last year, and is scheduled for a vote at the next meeting. A final budget will be determined after a public hearing August 12th at 7 pm. Councilmember Carla Grund is proposing an alternative that would ...

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