Cowley County Sheriff’s Report for February 16, 2017

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February 22, 2017 - 6:18:23 pm

February 16

Report of a deceased deer in the area of US Highway 77 and 82nd Road

Report of Llamas in the roadway at 41st and 252nd Road

Domestic complaint in the 2900 block of Chestnut in Parkerfield

Probation violation arrest made in the 100 block of W. Central in Arkansas City

Domestic complaint in the 2900 block of Chestnut in Parkerfield

Sheriff’s Deputy assisted with an accident being worked by the Arkansas City Police Department

Complaint of a possible scam from individual claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service

Report of a vehicle left running and unoccupied in the 700 block of N. Main in Burden

Report of a reckless driver in the area of 11th Road and US 160

Arrest made for driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license in the 9000 block of 141st Road.

Citizen reported that his son had not returned a car that he loaned them in the 10000 block of 91st Road.  It was determined to be a civil matter

Report of a tan unoccupied residential trailer in the 9000 block of 85th Court being broken into, at approximately 5:00 am.  A report was filed.

Check welfare of an individual walking in the 22000 block of 85th Road

Check welfare in the 18000 block of 192nd Road.  Deputy located individual and provided them a ride

Motor vehicle accident in the 18000 block of 192nd Road.  Gray 1999, Mercury Cougar, driven by a juvenile from Winfield, was traveling west on 192nd Road and lost control.  The vehicle went off of the roadway and struck a tree where the vehicle overturned.  192nd Road is a gravel road.  Two minor children, both residing in Winfield were also in the vehicle.

Report of a suspicious vehicle driving in the area of the 100 block of Cherry in Dexter

Other Activity for the Period: Sheriff’s Office Statistics Civil Process Papers Served: 16 Accidents Investigated: 1 Traffic Citations Issued: 4 Traffic Warnings Issued: 4 Jail Statistics Inmates Received: 6 Current Population: 81

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