Deputies were dispatched to assist a motorist in the 14000 block of 132nd Road. No vehicles were located in the area.
Deputies assisted the Winfield Police Department with a disturbance in the 1000 block of Main Street. It was a Winfield Police Department case.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the area of U.S. 77 and the U.S. 77 bypass. The driver had a ride coming and the vehicle was to be picked up in a couple of hours.
Deputies were dispatched to the southern portion of the county to take some photographs of a residence.
Deputies were dispatched to the 28000 block of U.S. 166 for a report of cattle on the roadway.
Deputies were dispatched to a report of a burglary alarm in the 22000 block of 152nd Road.
Deputies assisted a motorist on Cowley 8 east of 131st Road. The driver was repairing a tire.
Deputies were dispatched to the 17000 block of 172nd Road to assist with a medical call.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the 12000 block of U.S. 77.
Deputies were dispatched to a report of a burglary alarm in the 300 block of North Main Street in Burden. The property was found to be secure and the owner reset the alarm.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the 2000 block of 85th Road.
Deputies were dispatched to the 500 block of North Main Street in Burden for a report of a two-vehicle, non-injury accident.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the 19000 block of U.S. 166. The driver needed assistance in changing a flat tire.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the 3500 block of North Summit Street.
Deputies were dispatched to the 12000 block of 151st Road for a report of cattle on the roadway.
Deputies were dispatched to the 6000 block of Wilson Avenue for a report of a one-vehicle, injury accident.
Deputies checked a pedestrian in the area north of Dexter on U.S. 166.
Deputies were dispatched to the 1900 block of Kitch Road for a report of criminal trespass. The trespasser, who was intoxicated, apologized. He left the property and was told not to return.
Deputies on routine patrol found rocks in the roadway in the 31000 block of 61st Road. The person who put the rocks in the roadway was located and told to remove them. He said he put them in the roadway to slow traffic down. He was told deputies would conduct extra patrol in the area and instructed not to place rocks in the road again or he would face criminal charges.
Deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of K-15 for a report of a yellow Ford Mustang whose driver was unable to maintain a single lane of travel, and was speeding up and slowing down the vehicle. The vehicle was located, but no driving violations were noted. The driver’s issues were health related.
Deputies were dispatched to a report of a burglary alarm at 315 W. Skyline Road. The property was found to be secure. The key holder was not contacted.
Deputies were dispatched to the 3000 block of 51st Road for a report of a vehicle following the caller home and sitting outside the property. While checking the area prior to contacting the caller, a deputy located the vehicle near 22nd Road and 51st Road. The female driver claimed to be lost and was trying to go back to Arkansas City. After contact was made with the caller, the driver was not found in the area.
Deputies arrested John Michael Coleman Armitage, 21, of Arkansas City, in the area of Fourth Street and Madison Avenue on a Cowley County District Court warrant for criminal trespass. He was transported to and booked into the Cowley County Jail on that warrant. Armitage since has posted bond and been released.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the 6000 block of 22nd Road.
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