Archive for Tuesday, May 16, 2006

On the record

May 16, 2006


Law enforcement report

¢ A 35-year-old Lawrence man was booked into jail early Monday on suspicion of having sexual contact with an underage girl during the weekend in Eudora.

¢ Police seized crack cocaine, powder cocaine and a glass crack pipe late Saturday morning after a traffic stop near Sixth Street and Kasold Drive.

¢ Police seized 11 grams of suspected methamphetamine and $221 cash early Friday from a trailer at 100 Ark. Police earlier had stopped a man who lives at the address and given him a citation for no registration and no proof of insurance. After the man drove away, police learned he had an outstanding warrant from Jefferson County and went to his address, where the suspected drugs were found.

Burglaries and thefts reported

¢ Someone cut a padlock between April 23 and May 2 and stole roughly $2,600 worth of lawn-mowing equipment from a garage in the 1600 section of East 50 Road near Lecompton, according to a report.

¢ A $2,500 Breitling men's watch was stolen between May 9 and Friday from a room in Naismith Hall, 1800 Naismith Drive. It belonged to a 19-year-old Kansas University student.

¢ Police took at least three reports of auto burglaries early Saturday in the 3200 block of Iowa Street. Total damage was estimated at more than $3,300.

Injury accidents

¢ A 17-year-old Tonganoxie boy suffered injuries about 6:50 a.m. Sunday after he lost control of his car, went into the ditch and rolled over while driving west on U.S. Highway 24-40 in Douglas County. The wreck happened west of East 1600 Road. The boy, Jeffrey Frank, was wearing a seat belt but was taken by helicopter to University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kan. A condition update was not available Monday evening.

Emergency calls

Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical reported the following responses:

¢ Unauthorized burning, 7:45 a.m. Sunday, 200 Ind.

¢ Smoke detector activation due to malfunction, 5:15 p.m. Sunday, 1312 La.

¢ Smoke scare, odor of smoke, 6:46 p.m. Sunday, 1603 W. 15th St.


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