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Archive for Thursday, April 16, 1992

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April 16, 1992

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Law enforcement report Burglaries and thefts reported

Stereo equipment, 300 compact discs and a burglar alarm control box, valued together on a police report at $5,400, were taken between 4:45 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday from an apartment in the 800 block of West 25th.

Police reports

Officers arrested a 20-year-old Kansas University student on burglary charges stemming from a break-in at a house in the 900 block of Illinois. Lawrence police reported a woman sleeping inside the house awoke when she heard glass break at 12:36 a.m. today. The woman told police she then saw a person standing outside her residence. The woman went to a neighbor's house and called police. Police said officers arrested the student as he was climbing over a fence behind the house. The student is being held in the Douglas County Jail pending his first court appearance.

Injury accidents

Erin L. Flessing, 17, Rt. 1, and Miles N. Wooden, 23, 905 Emery Rd., were treated at Lawrence Memorial Hospital and later released after an accident about 4 p.m. Wednesday 2 miles west of Lawrence, Douglas County sheriff's officers reported. Flessing had stopped in the eastbound lane of Douglas County Road 438 and was trying to turn off the road when his car was struck from behind by Wooden's car. Wooden was cited for speeding, not having a license tag and driving with a suspended license.

Condition reports

Carrol Schopper, 64, Eudora, remained in fair condition this morning at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., a hospital spokeswoman said. Schopper was taken to KUMC April 6 after an accident on North Third Street near the Kansas Turnpike Bridge.

Matthew Young, a 22-year-old Kansas University student, remained in fair condition this morning at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., a hospital spokeswoman said. Young was injured in a motorcycle accident March 20 on campus.

The condition of Renaldo Reyes, 19, Topeka, has been upgraded from critical to serious at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., a hospital spokeswoman said. Reyes was taken to KUMC Monday night after falling from the abandoned Theta Chi house, Ninth Street and Emery Road. The structure is being demolished.

District court Criminal case proceedings

Two Lawrence men were ordered Wednesday to stand trial on felony counts of aggravated robbery stemming from the April 3 armed robbery of Else's Liquor Store, 315 E. Seventh. Trial was scheduled for June 29 for the men, Isaac E. Smith, 19, 1724 W. 24th, and Lamont Ephraim, 20, whose address is not listed on court records. Bond had been set at $15,000 for Smith and $10,000 for Ephraim. Both men remained in jail this morning.

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