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Archive for Friday, February 6, 2004

On the record

February 6, 2004

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Law enforcement report

Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical did not report any calls.

Douglas County

District Court

Marriage licenses issued

Glenn Adams, 36, Lawrence, and Nhung Tuyet Tran, 27, Lawrence.

William T. Faber, 34, Lawrence, and Ashley D. Martin, 28, Lawrence.

Andrew Joseph Parks, 22, Lawrence, and Michelle Ann Kreutzer, 26, Lawrence.

Aristeo Navarro, 24, Lawrence, and Amy Nicole Hunter, 19, Lawrence.

Jeffrey Donald Leahy, 25, Lawrence, and Jennifer Lynn Ricketson Arnold, 26, Lawrence.

David Patrick Wolfe, 22, Lawrence, and Kei Asai, 24, Lawrence.

Robert Alex Raymond, 30, Lawrence, and Sarah Katherine Miller, 23, Lawrence.

Casey Michael Baker, 27, Lawrence, and Megan Lenore McClurg, 24, Lawrence.

Kevin Gary Donaldson, 32, Lawrence, and Julia Patricia Bulla, 30, Lawrence.

Lawrence Albert Willets, 52, Lenexa, and Ellen Denise Schwien, 48, Lawrence.

Michael James Wenger, 47, Lawrence, and Christine Green, 39, Lawrence.

Timothy Alan Smith, 27, Lawrence, and Taylor Kathleen Gill, 25, Lawrence.

Eli James Brooks, 22, Lawrence, and Elisa Angelique Willems, 21, Lawrence.

Martin Lawrence Miller, 55, Lawrence, and Sarah Eliene Ubel, 30, Lawrence.

Joseph Michael Johnson, 49, Lawrence, and Debora Jean King, 51, Lawrence.

Miguel Angel Viera, 24, Lawrence, and Maria Del Rosario Rivera, 45, Lawrence.

Robert R. Patterson, 70, Lawrence, and Nellie M. Patterson, 68, Lawrence.

Jarod Brandon Robertson, 20, Baldwin, and Megan Ashley Morford, 20, Baldwin.

Christopher Michael Roach, 29, Houston, and Manal Mahmoud Bishr, 25, Lawrence.

Osama Dahoud Daudi, 32, Lawrence, and Kami Lynn Tracy, 24, Lawrence.

Javier Ayala, 18, Lawrence, and Elia Mariana Rodriguez, 18, Lawrence.

Shaju Ahmed, 20, Lawrence, and Karen Marie Sumner, 21, Lawrence.

The Journal-World does not print accounts of all police reports filed. The newspaper generally reports:

  • Burglaries, only with a loss of $1,000 or more, unless there are unusual circumstances. To protect victims, we generally don't identify them by name.
  • The names and circumstances of people arrested, only after they are charged.
  • Assaults and batteries, only if major injuries are reported.
  • Holdups and robberies.

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