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January 27, 1992

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Law enforcement report Burglaries and thefts reported

Burglars removed undergarments and an undisclosed amount of cash between 6:15 p.m. Friday and 9:55 a.m. Saturday from Undercover, 21 W. Ninth. The burglars took the back door, located on the south side of the building, off its hinges to gain access to the business. No suspects have been identified, police say.

Police reports

A 20-year-old Lawrence man was shot in the leg shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday as he was walking through the Sherwood Glenn Mobile Home Park, 2200 Harper, looking for a car he'd noticed was for sale, Lawrence police reported. The man was taken to Lawrence Memorial Hospital where a BB gun pellet was removed from his right calf. He was released from the hospital a short time later. No arrests have been made, police reported.

Injury accidents

George Musick, 81, 1101 Vt., was listed in fair condition this morning at Lawrence Memorial Hospital where he is being treated for a broken hip. Musick was struck by a car about 1 p.m. Friday at the intersection of 11th and Kentucky. According to Lawrence police reports, Musick was trying to cross 11th Street when he was struck by a car driven by James R. Daniels, 33, 702 R.I. Daniels reportedly was driving west on 11th and was turning north onto Kentucky when he struck Musick. Daniels told police he thought Musick was standing on the curb when he started his turn. No citation was issues.

East Heights School, 1430 Haskell Ave., was burglarized early Sunday morning, but police found the property that had been taken about 70 feet from the school. About 5:30 a.m. Sunday Lawrence police responded to an alarm at the school. When they arrived they found a broken window on the southeast side of the school. After searching the school grounds, they found two Macintosh computers, valued on the police report at $2,000. Police say they have no suspects.

Two 13-year-old Lawrence girls have reported they were molested in August by two men that they knew, according to police. An 18-year-old man and a 26-year-old man have been identified as suspects, but no arrests have been made. The girls reported the incident last week to a teacher, who called Lawrence police Friday. According to Lawrence police reports, met the men on Aug. 22. The men reportedly asked the girls to dinner, and after the meal, the four went to a Lawrence business where one of the men worked. While there, the men allegedly took the girls in separate rooms and fondled them.

Condition reports

Ryan L. Garrison, 19, 1327 Covington Ct., remained in fair condition this morning at the Kansas University Medical Center where he is being treated for a closed head injury. Garrison, a KU freshman, was injured Jan. 9 in a one-car accident on the KU campus.

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