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Valley Center police reports and fire calls
Last Updated: February 14, 2019

Police reports

Feb. 10 — Officer Rasheed Berry responded to 4 N. Ora Court for an animal at-large. The calling party asked that an at-large dog be picked up. Animal control was contacted.

Feb. 10 — Sgt. J.C. Kirk responded to the 100 block of Southwind and checked the welfare of a suicidal person. She seemed to be OK.

Feb. 9 — Officers Ryan Mumma and John Schoen responded to a disturbance in the 500 block of North Dexter. The calling party said he got into a verbal altercation with his mother's boyfriend and felt like he was being mistreated and abused. The calling party left the home and went to a friend's house at this address. Officers contacted both parties at this address. The calling party was released back to his mother without incident.

Feb. 9 — Officer Jerry Ezell responded to an animal at-large at 109th North and Meridian. He helped Sedgwick County deputies wrangle horses out of the road and to a field for the night.

Feb. 8 — Officer Eric Leeker took a report at the station of someone possibly entering the calling party's home.

Feb. 8 — Officer Jerry Ezell responded to a suspicious person at 1341 S. Meridian, Lot 12. The calling party noticed someone walking across the driveway and thought they entered the home. Officer cleared the residence but no one was located.

Feb. 7 — Officer Eric Leeker responded to an alarm at 121 S. Meridian. It was false.

Feb. 7 — Officers Ryan Mumma and John Schoen responded to a report of three cows in a northbound lane on Broadway. They did not find the cows.

Feb. 7 — Officers Ryan Mumma and John Schoen responded to 100 S. Stoneridge where the resident reported someone damaging the mailbox.

Feb. 7 — Officers Ryan Mumma and John Schoen responded the station for a pit bull brought there by two residents that was found at the Kwik Shop. Officers turned the dog over to the Valley Center Animal League.

Feb. 7 — Officers Ryan Mumma and John Schoen responded to a suspicious person at 617 Abilene. They did not find the person.

Feb. 7 — Officer Jerry Ezell assisted Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office with a traffic stop at 85th North and I-135.

Feb. 7 — Officer Jerry Ezell responded to 10850 W. Cooper Creek Trail to assist Maize police with a burglary in-progress at a construction site. Officers determined the suspect was an employee sitting outside his car.

Feb. 7 — Officer Jerry Ezell responded to a miscellaneous call at 100 S. Birch. The calling party said she wanted extra patrol around her house.

Feb. 7 — Officer Jerry Ezell responded to a report of a suspicious person at 800 N. Meridian. The calling party said a vehicle pulled up at the middle school and someone got out of it and walked around. No one was found.

Feb. 6 — Officers Rasheed Berry and Eric Leeker and Sgt. Matt Vogt responded to a non-injury accident at 6800 N. Meridian.

Feb. 6 — Officers Rasheed Berry and Eric Leeker responded to assist Valley Center Fire Department at 836 Redbud Court. They left when EMS arrived.

Feb. 6 — Officer Ryan Mumma and Sgt. J.C. Kirk responded to 1100 S. Meridian and provided traffic control for a tow truck trying to tow a vehicle from an accident.

Feb. 6 — Officer Ryan Mumma and Sgt. J.C. Kirk responded to an abandoned vehicle reported near the oil tanks, southeast of 69th North and Meridian The vehicle did not come up stolen, and everything appeared to be OK.

Feb. 6 — Officers Jerry Ezell, Erik Nygaard and John Schoen checked businesses on Main Street.

Feb. 6 — Officers Jerry Ezell, Erik Nygaard and John Schoen responded to a general alarm at 230 S. Sheridan. It was false.

Feb. 5 — Officers Erik Nygaard and John Schoen responded to an auto accident at 900 S. Meridian.

Feb. 4 — Officer Ceara Metzger, Det. Glen Davidson and Sgt. Matt Vogt responded to a medical situation in the 200 block of North Redbud.

Feb. 4 — Officer Rasheed Berry and Sgt. Matt Vogt responded to a suspicious vehicle at 400 N. Ash. A truck with a group of people around it was parked on the street. Officers located the owner's father and learned the truck had broken down. The group had come back to get an item from it. The truck was towed.

Feb. 4 — Officer Rasheed Berry and Sgt. Matt Vogt arrested a juvenile for a warrant in the 500 block of West Fourth.

Feb. 4 — Officer Scott Hamlin assisted EMS and Valley Center fire at 641 N. Seneca.

Feb. 4 — Officer Scott Hamlin assisted Park City police at 69th North and Broadway with a cow call.

Feb. 4 — Officer Scott Hamlin searched for a runaway from the boys ranch in the 8700 block of North Interurban. Officer found the boy and took him back to the ranch.  

Feb. 4 — Officer Scott Hamlin assisted Sedgwick County sheriff at 117th North and Meridian with searching for a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was not found.

Feb. 4 — Officers Erik Nygaard and John Schoen and Sgt. J.C. Kirk responded to a general alarm at 300 Fieldstone. The back door to the garage was found open. Officers contacted the owner who was out of town. They cleared the residence, and no one was found inside.

Fire calls

Feb. 10 — 821 W. Third Street Terrace, sick.

Feb. 8 — 840 S. Meridian, permit.

Feb. 8 — 400 W. Main, assist law enforcement.

Feb. 6 — 5011 W. 77th North, fall.

Feb. 6 — 836 N. Redbud Court, fall.

Feb. 6 — 6725 N. Interurban Drive, sick person.

Feb. 6 — 900 S. Meridian, injury accident.

Feb. 6 — Meridian and Ford, injury accident.

Feb. 5 — 710 W. Cottonwood, fall.

Feb. 5 — 101st North and Broadway, injury accident.

Feb. 4 — 133 N. Sheridan, assist resident.

Feb. 4 — 641 N. Seneca, stroke.

Feb. 4 — 1240 Ford, No. 313, difficulty breathing.

Feb. 4 — 1938 W. 69th North, hemorrhage.

Feb. 4 — 220 N. Redbud Lane, medical.

Feb. 4 — 826 W. Cottonwood, chest pains.





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