||Valley Center police reports and fire calls
Last Updated: September 20, 2018
Sept. 16 Officer Rasheed Berry assisted Valley Center fire at 25 N. Hawthorne Drive.
Sept. 16 Officers Scott Hamlin and Eric Leeker performed a welfare check at 100 S. Birch.
Sept. 16 Officers Scott Hamlin and Eric Leeker responded to New Hope Services for a 911 hang-up call. A resident was having a verbal dispute with staff. The conflict was resolved.
Sept. 16 Officer Erik Nygaard assisted Sedgwick County sheriff at 9720 N. 103rd West with a domestic violence call.
Sept. 15 Officer Eric Leeker responded to 81st North and Paseo Madre for a dog at-large call. The calling party said their dog was hit on the road, and they needed assistance getting the dog picked up.
Sept. 15 Officer Serenity Donham responded to 123 Southwind where the calling party reported a suspicious noise outside the house. Donham searched the area but nothing was found.
Sept. 14 Officer Eric Leeker responded to a miscellaneous call at Wheatland Elementary School.
Sept. 14 Officer Eric Leeker assisted EMS at 634 N. Redbud Court.
Sept. 14 Officer Eric Leeker followed up at 461 N. Meeds.
Sept. 14 Officer Eric Leeker took a burglary report at 551 N. Meeds.
Sept. 14 Officer Eric Leeker responded to a miscellaneous call at the station.
Sept. 14 Officer Jerry Ezel and Sgt. Jason Easley responded to Meridian and Goff where they arrested Nathan Dawson for a Valley Center warrant. Dawson was also issued a uniform criminal complaint for possession of marijuana.
Sept. 14 Officer Serenity Donham responded to a hold-up alarm at 645 N. Meridian.
Sept. 13 Officer Eric Leeker responded to 220 E. Ford on a suspicious person with a weapon call.
Sept. 13 Officer Jerry Ezel and Sgt. Jason Easley responded to a non-injury accident in the 700 block of North Meridian.
Sept. 13 Officer Jerry Ezel and Sgt. Jason Easley took a phone message from the Sedgwick County jail about a person arrested by Valley Center police on a warrant earlier in the day.
Sept. 13 Officers Jerry Ezel and Serenity Donham and Sgt. Jason Easley responded to 645 N. Meridian for a welfare check. The subject had been in contact with a sheriff's supervisor all night, and the supervisor wanted someone to check on him. Everything was OK.
Sept. 12 Officer Rasheed Berry responded to a suspicious person call at Meadow and Interurban. The railroad reported a man walking with a handgun in his hand and a knife on his waistband. The suspect was not located.
Sept. 12 Officers Jerry Ezel and Scott Hamlin responded to a 20-year-old man who was concealing a firearm and was underage at 220 E. Ford.
Sept. 12 Officers Jerry Ezel and Scott Hamlin and Sgt. Jason Easley responded to a domestic violence call at 630 W. Deerfield. They determined there wasn't any violence, and it was a civil matter.
Sept. 12 Officers Jerry Ezel and Scott Hamlin and Sgt. Jason Easley responded to assist Park City police at 85th North and I-135 with a welfare check of a man walking north. They did not find the man.
Sept. 11 Officer Rasheed Berry responded to 1240 E. Ford for a suspicious person call. A 9-year-old boy was ringing doorbells after 11 p.m. and walking around with a toy gun. Berry spoke with the apartment manager and tried to contact the child's parents but they were not home. The manager said she left them a message regarding other matters and would discuss this with them also.
Sept. 11 Officer Rasheed Berry responded to 645 N. Meridian for a welfare check. The calling party talked about dealing with ID theft. He didn't want to speak with Valley Center police but wanted the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office supervisor.
Sept. 11 Officer Scott Hamlin responded to 114 N. Emporia for a welfare check. A man reported as missing in Independence was found at home and in good health.
Sept. 11 Officer Scott Hamlin responded to the 3800 block of West Rio Grande for a possible suicide attempt. Hamlin observed the subject through the front window on a bed with cuts on their wrist and blood on their person. Officer entered the home and found the wounds to be superficial. Marijuana and paraphernalia were found and seized. The subject was taken to St. Joseph's for evaluation.
Sept. 11 Officer Erik Nygaard and K-9 Officer Max assisted Park City police in the 6200 block of North Broadway.
Sept. 11 Officer Erik Nygaard stopped Michael Lee Smith in the 200 block of South Meridian. Smith broke a glass pipe in his pocket and while being taken into custody threatened to kill officers. He was arrested on charges of criminal threat and interference with a law enforcement officer.
Sept. 10 Officer Rasheed Berry assisted Valley Center fire at 305 E. Fourth while the fire department fought an active fire at 310 E. Fifth.
Sept. 10 Officer Scott Hamlin responded to the 500 block of West Fourth for a suicidal person. A juvenile male who said he wanted to harm himself was taken to COMCARE for evaluation.
Sept. 10 Officer Scott Hamlin responded to Meridian and Ford where the railroad crossing gates and lights were malfunctioning. Hamlin provided traffic control until the railroad fixed the malfunction.
Sept. 16 9000 N. Seneca, vehicle fire.
Sept. 16 222 S. Meridian, seizure.
Sept. 16 861 N. Clover Lane, carbon monoxide alarm.
Sept. 14 634 N. Redbud Lane, difficulty breathing.
Sept. 14 9241 N. Osage, burn permit.
Sept. 13 318 N. Abilene, sick person.
Sept. 13 302 W. Main, fall.
Sept. 12 331 E. Ford, permit.
Sept. 12 77th North and Hillside, lines down.
Sept. 11 155 N. Sheridan, fall.
Sept. 11 616 E. Fifth, fall.
Sept. 11 4130 W. Palos Verdes, permit.
Sept. 11 3810 W. Rio Grande, cutting.
Sept. 10 616 E. Fifth, chest pains.
Sept. 10 4020 W. 77th North, permit.
Sept. 10 93rd North and Broadway, grass fire.
Sept. 10 105 E. Fourth, house fire.