Winfield Police

 

Tuesday, June 23 

• Shari Mosher, of Winfield, was the victim of criminal damage to property in the 300 block of Minnesota Street.

• Richard Abeyta, of Winfield, was the victim of theft in the 200 block of East Fifth Avenue.

• Ronald Wilson, of Winfield, was arrested on a warrant in the 200 block of North Iowa Street.

 

Wednesday, June 24 

• Skylar Wolfe, of Winfield, was the victim of theft in the 300 block of Iowa Street.

• Stephanie Schwilling and Randall Rogers, both of Winfield, were involved in a non-injury motor-vehicle accident in the intersection of College Street and Eighth Avenue.

• Auriona Harris, of Winfield, was arrested for endangering a child in the 1300 block of East Fifth Avenue.

• Roger Hobelman, of Winfield, was arrested for driving under the influence, no proof of insurance and illegal registration in the 100 block of West 18th Avenue.

• Patricia Deavers, of Winfield, was the victim of theft in the 800 block of Manning Street.

 

Thursday, June 25

• Wyvonna Collins, of Winfield, was arrested for domestic battery in the 900 block of East 15th Avenue.

• The City of Winfield was the victim of theft and criminal damage to property in the 400 block of College Street.

• Leslie Simmons, of Winfield, was arrested for battery in the 1300 block of Main Street.

• Ionela Finley and Haylea Fullmer, both of Winfield, were involved in a non-injury motor-vehicle accident in the intersection of Sixth Avenue and College Street.

• Darryl Dean, of Winfield, was the victim of theft in the 1300 block of East Eighth Avenue.

• Manuel Nevarez-Gonzalez, of Sedgwick, Michel Eggleston, of Augusta, and Vicki Renshaw, of Winfield, were the victims of a hit-and-run motor-vehicle accident in the 100 block of East 13th Avenue.

• Rubbermaid was the victim of criminal trespass in the 3400 block of East 12th Avenue.

 

Friday, June 26 

• Connie Reed and Chad Reed, both of Winfield, were involved in a non-injury motor-vehicle accident in the intersection of 10th Avenue and Main Street.

• Jamie Gose, of Winfield, and Rebecca Conway, of Cambridge, were involved in an injury motor-vehicle accident in the 2200 block of Pike Road.

 

Saturday, June 27

• Kyler Barker, of Attica, was arrested for a warrant in the 1300 block of East Fifth Avenue.

• Wallace Marymee, of Winfield, and a juvenile female of Winfield were involved in an injury motor-vehicle vs. bicyclist accident in the intersection of Fifth Avenue and College Street.

• Jennifer Sanders, of Winfield, was arrested for domestic battery in the 1100 block of Millington Street.

• Lawrence Whitney, of Winfield, was the victim of a hit-and-run motor-vehicle accident in the 900 block of Main Street.

 

Sunday, June 28 

• Monica Sultz, of Winfield, was the victim of burglary and criminal damage to property in the 300 block of Iowa Street.

• John Smith, of Winfield, was arrested for a warrant in the 1200 block of Lowry Street.

• Elizabeth Hawkins, of Winfield, was the victim of theft in the 800 block of Main Street.

• Judith Benck, of Winfield, and Nathan Straughn, of Ponca City, Okla., were involved in an injury motor-vehicle accident in the 500 block of East 19th Avenue.

 

Cowley County Sheriff

 

Monday, June 29

• Deputy was dispatched to the 24000 block of U.S. 166 for a cow out.

• Deputy was dispatched to the 5000 block of 22nd Road for an animal complaint.

• Deputy was dispatched to the 2000 block of K-15 for a driving complaint.

• Deputy was dispatched to call a person in the 10000 block of 292nd Road with questions.

• Deputy responded to the 2000 block of 101st Road for an oil leak.

• Deputy responded to the 33000 block of Tower Road for a custody dispute.

• Deputy responded to the 22000 block of 151st Road for cows out.

• Deputy responded to the ACPD for a custody dispute.

• Deputy responded to the 2000 block of 202nd Road for subjects fishing off the bridge.

 

Tuesday, June 30

• Deputy responded to the 400 block of Spruce Street in Atlanta for a firework complaint.

• Deputy responded to the 13000 block of 221st Road for a welfare check.

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