Cowley County Sheriff
Tuesday, May 14
• Vehicle check at 202nd Road and U.S. 77.
• Debris in roadway, 6000 block of U.S. 160. Deputy dispatched to clean it up.
• Welfare check near Winfield.
• Vehicle check at 101st Road and U.S. 166.
• Abandoned vehicle, 32nd and 235th Roads.
• Violation of PFA reported at sheriff’s office.
• Traffic control, 12000 block of 292nd Road.
• Two-vehicle injury accident, 12000 block of 292nd Road. Cassandra Richardson was arrested on an unrelated warrant.
• Abandoned vehicle towed, 24000 block of 32nd Road.
• Lost tag reported at sheriff’s office.
• Christian Roy arrested on warrant, 400 block of Houston.
• Suspicious subject talking with students at Country View Elementary School.
• Car vs. deer accident, 61st Road and K-15.
• Reckless driver, 8000 block of K-15.
• Winfield school district sent out message about Country View incident, and several subjects contacted sheriff’s office with information on possible subject.
• Welfare check on juveniles near Arkansas City.
• Possible car vs. bicyclist accident, First Road and Second Road. Accident found to have happened in Sumner County.
• Unknown accident involving bicyclist, Second Road and Geuda Springs Road. Male subject fell off bike and suffered minor injuries to his face. Subject was transported to Wesley Hospital.
• Structure fire, East Fifth Street and Walnut Street in Burden. Garage had minor damage to siding due to electrical wiring.
• Agency assist, Preferred Family Health.
• Traffic stop, Eighth Street and Kansas Avenue. Terri West was arrested for driving on suspended license and transported to county jail.
• Suspicious vehicle, 12,000 block of Johnson Road in New Salem. Area was checked but vehicle not located.
• Suicidal person standing on train tracks, 33,000 block of 61st Road. Subject was transported by a family member to South Central Kansas Medical Center for medical clearance and evaluation.
Wednesday, May 15
• Third-party report of physical disturbance, 6000 block of Wilson Avenue in IXL. All parties involved were separated. Disturbance was verbal only.