Wichita Police Crime Sheets: Thurs. March 13

Published On: Nov 04 2013 12:00:00 AM CST   Updated On: Mar 13 2014 10:28:23 AM CDT
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Each day, we comb through pages upon pages of crime reports from the Wichita Police Department.  Below is a quick glance at some bits and pieces from those sheets. 

These reports are designed to give you an idea of what residents and police are dealing with around town.

You can read all of the sheets by going here: WPD Media Reports (click on the "Media Reports" tab)

Vinyl...not final…
5:27 am
A 60/m says someone cut through the vinyl roof of his car and took some property worth more than $1,000. It happened in the 200 block of N. Mosely.

Defeated alarms…
7:20 am
A 25/m says his business in the 5500 block of S. Broadway was burglarized. The building has alarms, but the alarm and motion detectors were defeated. He thinks it has to be a former employee.

Bomb threat threat…
8:56 am
A 46/m who works for a business in the 7300 block of W. 21st says he received a bomb threat via email. The sender said “if you do not accept me as a student, I will call in a bomb threat and blow it up.” A copy of the email was submitted to police.

Oooo, that smell…
9:00 am
A 26/m reports a student in the 5300 block of N. Hillside was found in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. A second student also reeked of marijuana. The first student will likely face charges, the second student was released to a parent.

Cat killed…
10:30 am
A 46/f says someone came around her fenced-in yard in the 3100 block of N. Woodland and picked up her cat. The person then threw the cat into a neighbor’s yard with his two dogs, who killed the cat. She says the neighbor tried to save the cat from the dogs.

Game system stolen…
1:03 pm
A woman reports a friend of her 20-year-old son’s came to their home in the 900 block of N. Broadway and stole a game system. She says the system has visible red marker marks on the disc lid and most of the games that were taken have names written on them in black marker.

Not sure what to make of this…
3:13 pm
A 74/f says someone entered the crawlspace of her home in the 3100 block of N. Shelton and took the heat ducts off of the vents to her house. The person also loosened the straps that hold her pipes in place under her house, so now the pipes are ‘banging.’ The report is listed as a “destruction of property” case.

Green Dot scam…
3:20 pm
A 24/f says someone sold her a car online. She was told that she needed to put her money on a Green Dot Card and pay for the car using that. She called and spoke with the seller and gave him the numbers for the card. The car was supposed to be delivered that morning, but still hasn’t shown up. She tried to contact the seller around 25 times, but has not been successful.

Car sale gone sour…
4:24 pm
A 20/f says she bought a car from a business and is now receiving threatening calls and texts from the girlfriend of the guy who sold her the car. She says the woman has threatened her bodily harm and is disturbing her peace. She said “If I were you, I would stop this. People are crazy these days and you don’t know who you’re coming at” She says she’s also used racial comments toward her and she is in fear of her safety.

Officer punched…
7:25 pm
An officer reports contacting someone on a “person stop” in the 3900 block of W. 15th N. While taking that person into custody, he started fighting with officers. One officer was struck in the face. The man was then tazed several times. The man was found to be in possession of meth and paraphernalia. He was arrested on several charges.

Still gotta pay...
12:07 am (Thursday)
A 30/m says he hired a woman from an internet post for a nude massage. He met her at a motel in the 6500 block of W. Kellogg. She removed her clothing, but he decided he did not like her body and decided to leave without his massage. He then tried to get his money back, but she refused and called her boyfriend. He talked to the boyfriend over the phone and says the boyfriend threatened him with bodily harm. He left the motel because he was concerned for his safety.