Angel Davis, 44, of Ogden was arrested while in the 300 block of Seventh St. in Ogden on September 20, 2018 at approximately 2:40 AM. Davis was arrested on offenses of possession of opiates, narcotic, or certain stimulant (x2), possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and use/possess paraphernalia. Davis was issued a total bond of [...]
A committee has been founded in Manhattan to help provide financial assistance to those impacted by the Labor Day Wildcat Creek flooding. The Manhattan Flood Recovery Committee is made up of representatives from Catholic Charities, United Way, the Salvation Army and Shepherd’s Crossing. The local charities will be collaborating to distribute funds that were collected [...]
Officers filed a report for motor vehicle theft and burglary in the 1400 block of Fort Riley Blvd. in Manhattan on September 18, 2018 at approximately 11:30 AM. Officers listed Taxi-4-Less as the victim when it was reported an unknown suspect took a 2006 Chevrolet Uplander and miscellaneous items from the victim. The estimated total loss associated [...]
The US Small Business Administration will offer low-interest federal disaster loans to businesses and residents affected by the Labor Day flooding after declaring a disaster in the state. The S.B.A. made the declaration in response to a request they received from Governor Jeff Colyer. Their loans are available to businesses as well as homeowners and renters whose property [...]
The post SBA offers disaster assistance for those affected by flood appeared first on News Radio KMAN.
Riley County Police Department Director Brad Schoen was injured in a collision while riding his bicycle Tuesday afternoon. He was transported to Via Christi Hospital for treatment and his injuries are not considered life-threatening according to a source within the RCPD. Schoen and the car collided in the 2700 block of Moehlman Road just before [...]
The post RCPD Director taken to hospital after bicycle collision appeared first on News Radio KMAN.
Officers filed a report for burglary, theft and criminal damage to property in the 200 block of Blue Earth Pl. in Manhattan on September 17, 2018, at approximately 8:15 PM. Officers listed Daniel Rhoads, 53, of Manhattan and a female juvenile as the victim when it was reported an unknown suspect damaged the victim’s 2005 [...]
A 1st Infantry Division soldier died Sunday from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on Fort Riley. Pfc. Timothy Meuse lost control of his motorcycle late Saturday night on the post. He was transported to Irwin Army Community Hospital and died the next day. The accident is still under investigation by Fort Riley law enforcement. [...]
The post Soldier died after motorcycle accident at Fort Riley appeared first on News Radio KMAN.
Officers filed a report for burglary in the 2500 block of Farm Bureau Rd. in Manhattan on September 14, 2018 at approximately 5:00 PM. Officers listed Elisabeth Juliana, 57, of Manhattan as the victim when she reported an unknown suspect took eyeglasses and a lamp from her vehicle. The estimated total loss associated with this [...]
Captain Jeff Hooper of the Riley County Police Department will be the new chief of police in Hutchinson starting October 22nd. The 27-year veteran of the RCPD was announced last week to be one of the four finalists to replace the retiring RCPD Director Brad Schoen, but is now withdrawing his candidacy. Hooper will replace Hutchinson Chief Dick Heitschmidt. Heitschmidt served [...]
The post Hooper hired in Hutchinson, withdraws from RCPD Director contention appeared first on News Radio KMAN.
A boil water advisory has been issued for St. Marys in Pottawatomie County by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment on Thursday. A break in the water lines resulted in a loss of pressure in the system, which may result in bacterial contamination due to loss of chlorine residuals. The advisory will remain in [...]