Law enforcement report
- A 21-year-old Lawrence man was arrested about 4 a.m. Friday in connection with felony theft and felony criminal damage to property. He was released on $2,000 bond and is to make his first court appearance Nov. 8. A police report indicates that the arrest stemmed from an incident that began in the drive-through window at the Burger King Restaurant, 1107 W. Sixth. Police Sgt. Rick Nickell said a disagreement erupted between groups of people who were waiting in line in two separate vehicles. The occupants of a pickup truck then got out of their truck and allegedly began hitting the occupants of a Ford Explorer as well as the car. The occupants of the Explorer then drove off. Nickell said the groups met up again when the occupants of the Explorer stopped at Seventh and Missouri to check damage to their vehicle. The report indicates that two of the eight men who were in the Explorer were treated and released at LMH for injuries they received in the various incidents. Nickell said the man was arrested after he allegedly drove the pickup truck to LMH from Seventh and Missouri.
- Warren Oshel, 47, Lawrence, remained in fair condition Friday at Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan., with injuries he suffered Sept. 3 in a motorcycle accident about two miles north of Midland Junction in Jefferson County.
- Terry A. Lewis, 46, Ottawa, remained in critical condition Friday in an intensive care unit at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Topeka with injuries he suffered Sept. 25 in an accident on U.S. Highway 59, three-quarters of a mile north of the Douglas-Franklin county line.
- Lorabeth Gillespie, 59, Gardner, was discharged Friday from Olathe Medical Center, where she was treated for injuries she suffered Oct. 21 in a two-vehicle accident on North 200 Road near Baldwin.
- Ira Osburn, 31, Lawrence, was listed in fair condition Friday at Lawrence Memorial Hospital with injuries he received Oct. 21 in a fall in North Lawrence. A hospital spokeswoman said Osburn has been transferred out of the intensive care unit.
- Were called at 11:58 p.m. Thursday to investigate a smoke smell at an apartment at 445 Graystone. No source for the smell was found, and firefighters advised residents of the apartment to have their furnace checked.
The Douglas County Ambulance Service reported the following responses:
- Medical emergency, 9:03 p.m. Thursday, Anschutz Pavilion, Kansas University.
- Medical emergency, 6:05 a.m. Friday, 600 block of Walnut.
Criminal case proceedings
- Charles E. Smith, 45, 1900 W. 31st, was recently sentenced to 30 months in the custody of the secretary of corrections for the July 3 robbery of a Linwood man in the 2700 block of Iowa. The victim's wallet and its contents were stolen. Court records indicate Smith also is to pay court costs and complete three years of post-release supervision when he is released from prison.
- Prosecutors have dismissed criminal charges that were filed against a 17-year-old Lawrence youth in September after an incident during which a bicyclist was run down on an East Lawrence street. Dustin R. Causer, 2701 Rawhide, was initially charged with aggravated battery, attempted aggravated robbery and conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery. Court records indicate that the charges were dismissed without prejudice pending further investigation. That means they could be refiled. Charges are pending against two other youths who were arrested in connection with the incident.
Marriage licenses issued
- Terrence L. Atkinson Jr., 23, Lawrence, and Cynthia L. Davis, 20, Lawrence.
- Todd K. Majidzadeh, 26, Chicago, and Karen S. Hough, 28, Chicago.
- Perry M. LeFever, 33, Ottawa, and Shelli L. Kolberg, 42, Ottawa.
- Gary S. Murray, 21, Lawrence, and Heather F. Harrison, 18, Lawrence.
- Brandon N. Donohue, 26, Lawrence, and Amelia S. Kovar, 23, Lawrence.
- Laurance L. Rosdahl, 39, Lawrence, and Shelley A. Domann, 35, Lawrence.
- Wilhelmus A.J. Anemaat, 33, Lawrence, and Mary J. Crawford, 41, Lawrence.
- John E. Abel, 21, Eudora, and Nichole S. Hanna, 21, Eudora.