Someone broke into two vehicles in the 300 block of Ridge Street and stole items Saturday night or Sunday morning. One victim reported the windows were broken and compact discs stolen. Another victim had a keyless-entry sender stolen from the vehicle, according to police reports.
Police made a traffic stop Sunday at U.S. Highway 24-40 and Kansas Highway 16 and found the driver in possession of marijuana. The person was also a minor in possession of alcohol, police reports said.
Leavenworth County Sheriff
A vehicle driven by a 21-year-old Leavenworth woman stopped about 2 a.m. Sunday for a vehicle behind her that was flashing red and blue lights east of Stranger Creek on Golden Road. A man got out and walked to her car and asked to see her driver's license. She left when she saw that the man was not in uniform. She and a passenger obtained the license plate number of the man and reported the incident to the sheriff's department. The suspect and his car were found later Sunday in Bonner Springs. He was arrested and returned to Leavenworth County to face charges, sheriff's reports said.
A vehicle driven by Kristie Sellers, 21, Basehor, was cited for failing to yield right of way at a stop sign after an accident at County Road 6 and 165th Street at 10:25 a.m. Saturday. Sellers' said she stopped at the intersection and turned left when her vehicle was collided with one driven west by Albert Placke, 90, Basehor.
A vehicle driven by Judith Herzog, 52, Leavenworth, was traveling south on County Road 5 when her vehicle collided with one driven by Allen Reeb, 18, Topeka, about 1 p.m. Saturday. Reeb was traveling east on County Road 8 when he struck Herzog's vehicle. Witnesses said Herzog failed to stop at the intersection. Herzog and a passenger, Alison Herzog, 26, Leavenworth, were treated at St. John Hospital, according to sheriff's reports.
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