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Diller Odell School Evacuated Due to Threat

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Diller-Odell High School was evacuated for two and a half hours on Monday morning after a note was discovered making an unspecified threat to the building. Gage County Sheriff’s Deputies and members of the Nebraska State Patrol used dogs to search the building. According to Superintendent Darrell Vitosh students were taken to the Odell Community Center. The following statement was ... Read More »

Two Juvenilles Arrested After Pursuit in Beatrice

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At approximately 4 a.m. on Wednesday, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office recovered a vehicle at S 43rd Road and E Locust Road that had been stolen from Beatrice. Robert Seitz approached deputies and reported that his red 2004 Honda Recon ATV had just been stolen from his residence. A short time later Beatrice Police Department located the ATV. After a ... Read More »

Stolen Car Found in Lake

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At approximately 4 a.m. on Wednesday, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office recovered a vehicle at S 43rd Road and E Locust Road that had been stolen from Beatrice. Robert Seitz approached deputies and reported that his red 2004 Honda Recon ATV had just been stolen from his residence. A short time later Beatrice Police Department located the ATV. After a ... Read More »

Beattie Woman Injured in Two-Vehicle Accident

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A Beattie woman was injured in an accident on Saturday evening. The Gage County Sheriff’s Office reported the accident took place at the intersection of South 5th Drive and East Elm Road just south of Pickrell. A 2000 Chevrolet S-10 pickup driven by 20 year old Blaine M. Harms of Beatrice was traveling northbound on South 5th Drive. A 2001 ... Read More »

Club Car Cart Stolen from County Club

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A Green Top 1998 Club Car Beverage Cart was taken from the Marysville Country Club over the weekend. It was reported that the Sheriff’s Department recovered a golf cart on Granite Road Monday morning. Neither the Sheriff’s office nor the Marysville Police could confirm if it was the same golf cart. Read More »

Nemaha County Sheriff Recovers Stolen School Property

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Nemaha County Sheriff Rich Vernon announced that the Department identified 2 suspects in a burglary case that occurred on June 21st at an area school. Sheriff Vernon announced that Dylan Barrett of Oneida, KS has been arrested for the Burglary. A second suspect is currently being sought. Vernon estimated that 75-80% of the items taken have been recovered and returned. ... Read More »

Property Thefts Continue to Plague Northeast Kansas

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The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has seen an increasing trend in property thefts over the course of the last year. According to Sheriff Hargrave the thefts over the last year have been spread across the county, touching all four corners. Sheriff Hargrave said that the thefts have included body shop tools and mechanic tools, firearms, and computers. Both homes and ... Read More »

Three Arrested for Refusing to Leave Jail

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On Sunday, Gage County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the front door of the Sheriff’s Office in reference to loud yelling and pounding on the front door. Upon their arrival, they made contact with three individuals: 31 year old Aaron Burr, 23 year old Catie Tellinghuisen, and 61 year old Thomas Sailors all of Beatrice. After deputies answered the individuals’ question ... Read More »

Three Sabetha Teens Injured in Accident

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Three Sabetha teens were injured last Thursday in a single-vehicle accident on a Nemaha County road. The Nemaha County Sheriff‘s office says 16-year-old Sarah Edelman was traveling east on 184th Road, between S and R Roads, when her car slid off the roadway, went through a fence and overturned. Edelman and two passengers, 14-year-old Alex Edelman and 14-year-old Treavor Schmelzle ... Read More »

Stephen MaComber Sentenced

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A Topeka man convicted of wounding a Marshall County Sheriff‘s deputy and taking an elderly Blue Rapids woman hostage last June has been sentenced to nearly 83 ½ years in prison. District Judge John Weingart sentenced 44-year-old Stephen Macomber Friday on 10 felony counts-including attempted first-degree murder and kidnapping– in two separate cases. A Marshall County jury found Macomber guilty ... Read More »