Law enforcement report Burglaries and thefts reported
Silverware, coins and a diamond necklace valued together on a police report at $1,319 were taken between 4:45 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. Wednesday from a residence in the 900 block of Crestline Drive.
A 35-mm camera and a 50-mm lens were taken between 3 p.m. and 3:40 p.m. Wednesday from Felix Camera Store Inc., 3300 W. 15th. Police said a man and a woman purchased some equipment at the store but left the store without paying for the camera and lens.
A 22-year-old Lawrence man reported that he was shoved to the ground by two teen-agers who then tried to rob him about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. According to police, the man, a Kansas University student, was walking his dog north on Connecticut near 10th when two teen-agers approached him and pushed him down. The teens apparently tried to rob the man but did not take anything, police reported. The teen-agers apparently left in a car, but the victim did not provide Lawrence police with a description of the vehicle.
Ryan L. Garrison, 19, 1327 Covington Ct., remained in fair condition this morning at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., where he is being treated for a closed head injury. Garrison, a Kansas University freshman, was injured last Thursday in a one-car accident on the KU campus.
Michael J. Sulls, 36, Eudora, remained in fair condition this morning at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said. Sulls suffered several fractured bones in an accident last Thursday about three miles south of Lawrence.
Dennis Lederer, 24, rural Baldwin, remained in fair condition this morning at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., a hospital spokeswoman said. Lederer was taken to KUMC after he was hurt in a tractor accident Jan. 4 near Baldwin Junction.
The condition of Gwendolyn Kennedy, 49, 3409 W. 25th, was upgraded from fair to satisfactory this morning at Stormont-Vail Regional Medical Center in Topeka, a hospital spokeswoman said. Kennedy was injured in an accident Jan. 8 on McDonald Drive near Second Street.
District court Criminal case proceedings
A preliminary hearing scheduled for Wednesday afternoon has been continued until 1:30 p.m. next Wednesday in the case of Ward A. Thompson, 55, Lawrence, owner of AJ's Bonding. Thompson was charged with a felony count of criminal solicitation stemming from a Dec. 20 incident in which he allegedly told a Lawrence man that the man could pay off a bail loan by giving him a stolen lawn mower. The man contacted police about the proposed deal. Officers then provided the man with a John Deere riding lawn mower, valued at $5,000 to $6,000, to make the transaction. Thompson is free on a $1,500 bond.
The case of Linda S. Mole, 42, 1204 E. 11th, has been continued to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 12. Mole is charged with two felony counts of selling cocaine without a Kansas tax stamp. Prosecutors allege Mole sold a small amount of cocaine in July 1991 to a confidential informant working for the Lawrence-Douglas County Drug Enforcement Unit.
A preliminary hearing has been delayed until 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the case of Clinton B. Miles, 21, Topeka. Miles is charged with two felony counts of auto burglary in connection with two vehicle break-ins last week.
Municipal court sentencings
Juanita B. Cool, 38, 133 Perry, OUI; $250 fine; $10 court costs; 180-day jail term, 178 days suspended.
James D. Linberry, 22, 2400 Ala., petit larceny; $100 fine; $10 court costs; 180-day jail term suspended.
Kevin J. Base, 23, 2715 Maverick, two counts of OUI; $750 fine; $20 court costs; $110 to alcohol program fund; 545-day jail term, 538 days suspended.
Mark A. Lawrence, 18, Wichita, OUI; $250 fine; $10 court costs; $110 to alcohol program fund; 180-day jail term, 178 days suspended.
David V. Gamble, 71, 970 N. Eighth, OUI; $200 fine; $10 court costs; 180-day jail term, 178 days suspended.