||Valley Center police reports and fire calls
Last Updated: March 02, 2017
Feb. 26 Officer Joe Dessenberger responded to criminal damage to property at Lions Park. Graffiti was discovered on the west wall of the pool.
Feb. 26 Officer Joe Dessenberger assisted Park City police with an active disturbance in a room at Motel 6, 1075 E. Hopalong Cassidy.
Feb. 26 Officer Joe Dessenberger assisted a citizen at 604 N. Redbud.
Feb. 26 Officer Joe Dessenberger checked the welfare of a pedestrian in the 10500 block of North Broadway. A sheriff's deputy took the person to Harvey County.
Feb. 26 Officer Ryan Mumma responded to an abandoned vehicle at 140 S. Colby. The vehicle belonged to a couple who no longer lived at the residence. The vehicle was marked with a red tag.
Feb. 26 Officer Ryan Mumma responded to a domestic disturbance at 709 W. Third. The two parties separated without incident.
Feb. 26 Officer Ryan Mumma assisted the sheriff's office at 53rd and Meridian. Deputies asked for the deployment of spike strips in case a vehicle pursuit started while making a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle. The suspect complied with officers.
Feb. 26 Officer Ryan Mumma assisted the sheriff's office with a suspicious character call in the 8700 block of North Hoover. A driver pulled over to make a phone call.
Feb. 25 Officer Sara Schaller responded to an unknown call for police at 517 N. Hickory. EMS transported a sick person to Wesley.
Feb. 25 Officer Sara Schaller responded to a non-injury accident at 416 E. Valley Park Drive.
Feb. 25 Officer Sara Schaller took a report from a person who said he was receiving lewd voicemail messages and texts from a number unknown to him.
Feb. 25 Officer Sara Schaller took a criminal damage to property report. A woman reported that someone damaged the dead bolt to her backdoor in a suspected attempt to break into her home.
Feb. 25 Officer Eric Leeker checked a building at 117 S. Park.
Feb. 25 Officer Erik Nygaard responded to an alarm at Dollar General, 220 E. Ford. The alarm was deemed false.
Feb. 24 Officer Sara Schaller responded to an auto theft at 234 E. Allen.
Feb. 24 Officer Sara Schaller took a fraud report. The reporting party said someone was trying to cash a check that was stolen from his vehicle.
Feb. 24 Officer Sara Schaller took an individual into custody for bringing a firearm into the emergency room at St. Joseph hospital.
Feb. 24 Officer Eric Leeker stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at 200 S. Meridian. A small amount of marijuana was found in the vehicle. A 17-year-old girl was released to her mother. The case was to be forward to the juvenile district attorney.
Feb. 24 Officer Erik Nygaard stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 6600 block of North Meridian. The driver, Marshall Ratzlaff, was arrested on charges of driving with a revoked license, driving while a habitual violator and no insurance and on two Wichita warrants.
Feb. 23 Officers assisted animal control with a combative citizen at 121 S. Meridian and 145 N. Meridian.
Feb. 23 Officers responded to an alarm at 301 W. 93rd North. The alarm was deemed false.
Feb. 23 Officers took a report of lost property. A man reported losing his wallet and its contents somewhere in Valley Center on Feb. 22.
Feb. 23 Officers took a report of a man's former roommate taking his tax return check at 8425 N. Broadway.
Feb. 23 Officers responded to an injury accident at 93rd North and Broadway. A truck rear-ended a school bus.
Feb. 23 Officer Eric Leeker responded to a party complaint at 522 W. Second.
Feb. 23 Officer Eric Leeker responded to a domestic disturbance at 1240 E. Ford No. 115.
Feb. 23 Officer Eric Leeker responded to a report of a reckless driver at Ford and Dexter.
Feb. 23 Officer Eric Leeker assisted animal control at 129 N. Abilene.
Feb. 23 Officer Erik Nygaard assisted the first department at 522 W. Second.
Feb. 23 Officer Erik Nygaard assisted the sheriff's office with an injury accident at 61st North and Seneca.
Feb. 22 Officers assisted Park City police with a report of shots fired at 69th North and Seneca.
Feb. 22 Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at 433 N. Burns. A silver Honda Civic, which was parked in front of the garage, was stolen.
Feb. 22 Officers Jeremy Manning and Erik Nygaard assisted EMS at 440 N. Colby.
Feb. 21 Officer J.C. Kirk checked for a stolen vehicle that was traveling south on Broadway from Harvey County. He did not locate the vehicle.
Feb. 21 Officer J.C. Kirk responded to a non-injury accident at Meridian and Allen. A vehicle northbound on Meridian struck a second vehicle when the second vehicle was southbound on Meridian and attempting to turn onto Allen. The driver of the second vehicle was cited for inattentive driving.
Feb. 21 Officer J.C. Kirk took a report at the station of a worthless check. A woman reported receiving a check that bounced.
Feb. 21 Officer J.C. Kirk responded to an open door at 100 N. Redbud. A passerby noticed an open garage door on a house under construction. The house was searched and nothing seemed out of place.
Feb. 27 616 E. Fifth, fall
Feb. 26 9638 N. West, grass fire.
Feb. 26 9024 W. 84th North, grass fire.
Feb. 26 611 N. Meridian, check appliance.
Feb. 26 466 N. Hickory Lane, diabetic.
Feb. 25 416 E. Valley Park, assist law enforcement.
Feb. 25 517 N. Hickory Lane, sick person.
Feb. 24 4616 W. 77th North, permit.
Feb. 24 400 N. Meeds, permit.
Feb. 24 9020 N. Seneca, permit.
Feb. 23 6325 N. Sullivan, permit.
Feb. 23 6319 N. Sullivan, permit.
Feb. 23 522 W. Second, trash fire.
Feb. 23 85th North and 87th West, brush fire.
Feb. 23 4020 W. 77th North, permit.
Feb. 23 93rd North and Broadway, injury accident.
Feb. 23 8200 N. West, permit.
Feb. 23 1001 Meadow Lake Circle, permit.
Feb. 23 101 S. Dexter, stroke.
Feb. 23 440 N. Colby, unconscious patient.
Feb. 22 341 N. Park, permit.
Feb. 22 3800 W. 77th North, permit.
Feb. 21 4215 W. Rio Grande Drive, permit.
Feb. 21 4301 Palos Verdes, permit.
Feb. 21 11400 N. I-135, injury accident.
Feb. 21 117 S. Park, check smoke in building.
Feb. 20 821 W. Third Street Terrace, suicidal patient.
Feb. 20 500 E. First, unknown call for EMS.
Feb. 20 201 E. Sixth, assist citizen.