Leavenworth County Sheriff
Edward Morris, Linwood, lost about $3,000 worth of tools between Friday and Monday when someone entered his vehicle parked in front of his home. Morris reported the loss on Monday. There was no sign of forced entry and no suspects, according to Deputy Robert Smith of the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Department.
Jennifer Caley and passenger John Caley, Ozawkie, were traveling on Dec. 28 east on Kansas Highway 16 when the vehicle struck and killed a deer at milepost 106. No one was injured.
Sally Tucker, 45, Linwood, was traveling west on Kansas Highway 32 on Dec. 27 when she lost control of her vehicle near Hemphill Road, according to Deputy Brian Holmes of the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Department. Her car left the road and rolled landed on its top. Tucker was treated at Providence St. Margaret Hospital. The accident's cause is under investigation.
Victoria Kenton, Leavenworth, was traveling west on U.S. Highway 73 on Dec. 22 when she struck and killed a deer, according to Deputy Doug Rollison of the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Department. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
Matthew Legg, 17, Tonganoxie, was traveling east on Evans Road on Dec. 21 when he lost control of his vehicle on a curve with an icy surface. The vehicle slid off the road, according to Deputy Robert Smith of the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Department.
Cynthia Radford, Lansing, was traveling south on U.S. Highway 73 on Dec. 20 when she hit a deer at milepost 40, according to Deputy David Jennings of the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Department. The deer ran away.
A vehicle driven by Tom Ryan, 49, Tonganoxie, rear-ended a vehicle driven by Kevin Reischman, 20, Tonganoxie, at about 5:30 p.m., Friday in the 400 block of South West Street. No one was injured.
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