Several computers were taken from Tongie Tech, 106 W. Second, between Thursday and Saturday. According to police reports, someone kicked the front door of the business open and took blank compact disks, a CD-ROM drive and three computer mice.
Leavenworth County Sheriff
A would-be thief was surprised by a family member about 4:30 p.m. Jan. 14 in the 22100 block of Kansas Avenue. Sheriff's reports said the suspect fled before taking any items from the residence.
A vehicle driven east on Kansas Highway 92 by Debra D. Goff, 45, Easton, left the south side of the road and overturned about 9:20 a.m. last Wednesday. Sheriff's reports said Goff was distracted by two passengers, Hannah N. Finnerin, 22 months, and Kristian A. Finnerin, 6 months, both of Easton. No injuries were reported.
A window and ignition switch on a 1994 Toyota Camry were damaged when someone tried to steal the vehicle, which was parked in the 14700 block of Oak Court on Jan. 4.
A vehicle driven by Toni L. Baker, 27, Leavenworth, struck a computer that was in the road on Leavenworth County Road 5, 0.7 of a mile north of Leavenworth County Road 34. The accident occurred at 6:30 p.m. last Wednesday. No injuries were reported.
A vehicle-deer accident was reported at 8:30 a.m. last Wednesday on Kansas Highway 32, 0.2 of a mile west of 250th Street. Ashley T. Thompson, Lawrence, was the driver.
A resident in the 25400 block of 163rd Street reported that someone detonated an explosive device in his mailbox last Thursday.
Mingfone C. Nesbitt, 43, Leavenworth, was backing a school bus into a cul-de-sac on Huntington Lane, just west of 140th on Jan. 15 and struck an unoccupied, parked vehicle. No one was injured, including the 23 students who were on the bus.
Leonard Precival Jr., 59, Eudora, was driving south on Kansas Highway 92, north of Leavenworth County Road 12, about 4:40 p.m. Friday when he took his eyes off the road, sheriff's reports said. The passenger side tires went off the road and the vehicle struck a culvert. No injuries were reported.
Montina Hurst, 41, Tonganoxie, was driving north on 222nd Street about 6 p.m. Friday and was unable to stop at a stop sign at Parallel Road. Hurst's vehicle slid through the intersection and struck a phone box owned by Southwestern Bell. No injuries were reported.
More like this story
- Not trusting 'the feds,' Kansas House gives first approval to new constitutional convention
- Insect researcher: Drones will help feed growing population
- Open-records advocates decry Kansas effort to curtail public access to police reports
- Kansas clergy says refugee order violates religious liberty
- Tonganoxie High seniors shine in boys basketball regular-season finale