September 30, 2010
Tonganoxie Police Department
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Tonganoxie police are investigating cash and computer equipment being taken this week from a Tonganoxie restaurant.
A site for a new police station could be selected at the next city council meeting.
The Tonganoxie City Council agreed Monday it would not consider more proposals for the city police department’s new home other than the six on the table before that meeting.
After learning of the availability of another site, the Tonganoxie City Council agreed Monday to set a deadline for consideration of additional new police station sites.
Closed opry, video store to be reviewed for possible use as police HQ.
19-year-old Tonganoxie man cut hand attempt to break into Medicine Store
Tonganoxie’s police chief said Tuesday that officers have identified the suspect who ran from police Monday afternoon and plan to request warrants for the man’s arrest although he had not yet been located.
Tonganoxie Police Chief Jeff Brandau has received permission to reduce the number of patrol cars as a cost-saving measure in a department facing the need to make several expensive equipment purchases.
The Tonganoxie City Council has instructed city staff to negotiate the purchase of a building in the Urban Hess Industrial Park for use as a police station and the city’s second fire station.
A 33-year-old Tonganoxie man was arrested Thursday on a warrant from Wisconsin that charged him with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree reckless endangerment.
Nearly 150 cars were stopped, one of which resulted in a DUI citation overnight Saturday in Tonganoxie during a sobriety checkpoint.
Tonganoxie police officer, Leavenworth County Sheriff's office deputy part of law enforcement graduating class
A Tonganoxie police officer was one of 58 new law enforcement officers recognized for graduating from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center on March 4 outside Yoder, which is near Hutchinson.
Tonganoxie police calls, March 18-22, 2011.
Police Chief Jeff Brandau found in recent headlines reinforcement of his concerns about the inadequacies of the Tonganoxie police station.
When Tonganoxie Police Chief Jeff Brandau reviewed the city’s 2010 crime statistics he noticed one thing of significance — there was hardly any crime.
The Tonganoxie City Council gave Police Chief Jeff Brandau permission Monday to “window shop” for a new home for his department.
Tonganoxie police calls
Tonganoxie police calls
Municipal court proceedings for November:
Tonganoxie Police Chief Jeff Brandau told the city council on Monday the community could take action to reduce drug problems in the city.
Arrests followed Tonganoxie Police Department serving search warrant