Police briefs

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

The Marshall Police Department responded to the following calls for July 22-July 28, 2018:

Sunday, July 22:

8:13 p.m. — The Marshall Police Department received a call via telephone in regard to a female subject sitting on the porch at a residence on North Lyon Avenue known to have an active warrant. Officers arrived on scene and came into contact with the female. A computer inquiry revealed she had a parole violation on an original charge of distributing a controlled substance near a school. Officers placed her under arrest and transported her to the MPD where the booking process was completed. She was later transported to the Saline County Jail without incident.

Monday, July 23:

3:25 p.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to property damage to her vehicle. Officers arrived at a residence on South Miami Avenue and came into contact with the female. She told officers she last saw her vehicle not damaged on Friday, July 20, at 10 p.m. and discovered the damage to her vehicle on Sunday, July 22, at 9 p.m. She told officers she believed it was a male subject as she observed him running from the area when law enforcement arrived on a separate call. Officers observed the damage to consist of a small amount of cracking and scuffs and yellow paint transfer on the front bumper. She stated there was a small crack near the driver’s door handle that she believed was from someone trying to pry her door open. Officers obtained digital images of the damage to the vehicle, believing it to be from a motor vehicle accident.

7:43 p.m. — A female walked into the Marshall Police Department in regard to a violation of a full order of protection. She told officers that a female subject has been calling her cell phone and leaving voicemails in regard to having relations with her boyfriend. Officers listened to the recordings and recorded the messages using their department issued body camera. Officers attempted to contact the female by phone with negative results, but left a message for her to contact them.

Tuesday, July 24:

7:32 p.m. — A female walked into the Marshall Police Department in regard to losing her wedding band. She told officers she had the ring in a plastic baggie in her front pants pocket to take it to her place of employment until her wedding. She believed she had lost the ring while walking her dog or in Break Time. She stated she observed a ring similar to hers to be for sale on the Marshall Swap Shop. The female gave officers a description of the ring and they went to the woman’s residence to see if the ring matched her description. Officers came into contact with the female who was selling the ring and it matched the description given. Officers returned the ring to the owner.

Thursday, July 26:

11:25 a.m. — While on routine patrol, officers observed a male subject enter a residence located on East Washington Street who appeared to be a male subject known to have an active warrant. Officers went to the residence and came into contact with a female who answered the door. She stated she didn’t know if he was still in the apartment and granted officers permission to search the apartment. Officers came into contact with the male and placed him under arrest for two active warrants for a traffic offense and for assault fourth degree. He was transported to the Marshall Police Department where the booking process was completed and later transported to the Saline County Sheriff’s Department.

1:54 p.m. — Dispatch received a hit confirmation from the Saline County Sheriff’s Department in regard to having a male subject in their custody with an active warrant. A computer inquiry revealed he had an active warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of driving while revoked. He was transported to the Marshall Police Department where the booking process was completed. He was placed in a cell pending he post a municipal bond.

Friday, July 27:

11:46 a.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department by phone in regard to a stolen bicycle. Officers arrived at a residence on West Vers Street and came into contact with the female. She escorted officers to the garage area of the apartment complex where a box of seven Michelob Ultra cans were left. She stated the bicycle was missing and that she was willing to assist in prosecution. Officers obtained digital images of the scene and added the bicycle into the stolen bicycle log.

11:49 p.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department by phone in regard to three male subjects who entered a residence where they did not reside. Officers responded to a residence on West Vest Street to investigate. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a male subject in front of the residence. A computer inquiry revealed he had an active warrant from the city of Concordia for possession of marijuana. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the MPD without incident where the booking process was completed. He was later transported to the Saline County Sheriff’s Department.

Saturday, July 28:

3:27 p.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to her boyfriend assaulting her at a residence on West Thomas Street. Officers arrived on scene and came into contact with the female. She stated the male subject involved had just ran out the back door of the residence. She told officers she woke up upset because she works nights and her boyfriend had the television blaring. She stated she walked into the living room and he kept yelling so she yelled at him and that is when he grabbed her and she started screaming for help. She stated he threw all the items around in the kitchen and that is when she called 911. Officers came into contact with the male subject in the 600 block of West Vest Street. A computer inquiry revealed he had an active warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of damage property with personal recognizance. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the MPD where they issued him a summons for domestic assault fourth degree. The female stated she was not willing to assist in prosecution.

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