FRIDAY, JULY 9

Jimmy D. Bowen, 19, Muscotah, was arrested for failure to appear.

SATURDAY, JULY 10

Gerald E. Gerhardt, 68, Holton, was arrested for driving under the influence and for transporting an open container after he was involved in a rollover injury accident in the U.S. Highway 159 and 250th Road in rural Atchison County. After his release from medical treatment, Gerhardt was taken to Atchison County Jail.

TUESDAY, JULY 13

Sarah Anne Margaret Felton, 28, Lancaster, was issued a notice to appear in Atchison County District Court for driving with a revoked driver’s license.

Mark E. Navinskey, 63, Effingham, reported a burglary and theft that occurred in the 9000 block of 286th Road. Stolen items include a Husqvarna chainsaw, an 8-gallon air compressor and two fuel cans. An investigation is ongoing.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14

Michael W. Pease, 59, Lancaster, was arrested for aggravated indecent liberties with a child younger that 14 years of age. Pease has been booked into the Atchison County Jail.

Athison County Deptuies responded to dispatch concerning a vehicle in the middle of the roadway along 330th Road, west of Kansas Highway 7.

THURSDAY, JULY 15

Dalene D. Smith, Everest, reported a theft of hydrocodone pills from her home. There is no suspect at this time.

SATURDAY, JULY 17

Amy L. Eckert reported a 1975, GMC, flatbed truck was stolen from the 300 block of Seabury Street in Effingham. The truck was recovered about Monday, July 19 in T and 134th roads vicinity in Jackson County. Sheriff’s Office authorities continue to investigate.

A USD 377 representative reported criminal damage to a district-owned house located in the 1000 block of Tiger Road. An exterior door and a window were damaged. Estimated value of the damages is $750.

SUNDAY, JULY 18

Richard A. Marsh, Effingham, reported damages to two vehicles. The first damage was noticed July 15 the comprised a scratch on the driver’s side rear quarter panel of a red 2004 Nissan Titan — not seen the prior night. Additionally several scratches were noticed to be inflicted along the passenger side, front quarter panel, passenger side front and rear door. An investigation is ongoing. Estimated damage costs are about $500 in value.

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