Deputies assisted a motorist in the 30000 block of U.S. 77. The driver was lost and was given directions.
Deputies stopped a vehicle in the 15000 block of U.S. 77 for a traffic violation. The driver, Patrick Eugene Plank, 23, of Wichita, was arrested on suspicion of driving with a canceled or suspended driver’s license and no proof of insurance. He was transported to and booked into the Cowley County Jail on those charges.
Deputies were dispatched to the 500 block of North Chestnut Street in Burden for a report of suspicious activity. The caller saw two flashlights around buildings on Main Street. The reporting party was contacted and the area checked. Nothing suspicious was found.
Deputies were dispatched to an area 2 miles east of Udall on K-15 for a report of a dead deer on the roadway. The deer was removed.
Deputies were dispatched to the 21000 block of Hoover Avenue for a report of a horse in the caller’s yard.
Deputies were dispatched to the 28000 block of 31st Road for a report of two pedestrians and vehicle parked in the area.
Deputies were contacted by a person at the Cowley County Courthouse regarding suspicious items located last September and another item found recently at the Cowley State Fishing Lake.
Deputies were dispatched to the 400 block of North Oak Street in Burden for a report of a domestic disturbance. A report was filed and will be sent to the Cowley County Attorney’s Office for the consideration of formal charges.
Deputies assisted the Arkansas City Police Department with a disturbance in the 500 block of North Third Street. It was an Arkansas City Police Department case.
Deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of 42nd Road for a welfare check. Prior to their arrival, the reporting party called back and asked that they disregard because the person in question had been contacted.
Deputies were dispatched to the 19000 block of 81st Road for a welfare check. Contact was made and assistance was provided.
Deputies checked a vehicle in the 15000 block of U.S. 77. The vehicle was off the roadway, with no one in or around it.
Deputies were dispatched to the 22000 block of 71st Road for a traffic complaint regarding juveniles on dirt bikes in the roadway. Their guardian was contacted and told to keep the juveniles off the roadway.
Deputies assisted a motorist in the area of 82nd Road and U.S. 77.
Deputies arrested Crystal Lanae Beamer, 34, of Arkansas City, in the 1000 block of Wheat Road in Winfield on a Cowley County District Court warrant for failure to appear. She was transported to and booked into the Cowley County Jail on that warrant.
Deputies transported a prisoner for the Arkansas City Police Department to the Cowley County Jail.
Deputies checked a vehicle in the 2000 block of 31st Road. The vehicle was off the roadway, with no one in or around it.
Deputies were dispatched to the 12000 block of 21st Road for a report of a one-vehicle, non-injury rollover accident.
Deputies went to the 700 block of North Eighth Street to serve an order of protection from abuse.
Deputies were dispatched to call a Dexter-area resident for a report of problems with a juvenile.
Deputies checked a vehicle with its dome light on and nobody around in the 1900 block of Mound Street in Winfield.
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