800 block of N. Jackson
Police responded to report of child abuse. Incident is under investigation.
500 block of W. Davis
Police responded to a report of witness intimidation related to an earlier report of child abuse. The incident is under investigation.
700 block of N. Jackson
Police assisted Social and Rehabilitation Services in removing a child from the home. The child was placed with relatives living in the area.
Milridge and Hale St.
Police responded to a hit and run accident. An unknown vehicle struck a 2005 Hyundai owned by Laurie Gathje and fled the scene. Minor damage. The incident is under investigation.
500 block of N. Jackson
Police responded to a report of suspicious activity. A caller reported that someone was creeping around outside a residence. Police did not find anyone.
22300 block of W. Harrison
Police recovered lost property – a wallet and a digital camera.
223rd and Harrison St.
Police responded to report of a woman striking a parked car in the Price Chopper parking lot. The incident is under investigation as police await toxicology results.
100 block of E. Lawrence
Police responded to a report of criminal damage to property. A victim reported his front door had been kicked in. Nothing was taken and the incident is under investigation.
100 block of S. Frank
Police took a courtesy accident report. Mary Busby, Arlington, Texas; was driving a 2006 Grand Prix when it struck a 2006 Mazda 3 owned by Jamie Stewart of Paola.
19100 block of Madison
Police took a report of a lost license tag.
500 block of W. Allen
Police responded to a domestic disturbance and also discovered criminal damage to property at the scene. A subject was arrest and taken to jail.
New Century Jail
Police served a warrant for failure to appear to Randy J. Pfifer. He was already in custody at the jail. $500 bond.
22300 block of W. Harrison
Police responded to a one car motor vehicle accident. Constance Cook, Olathe, while driving a 2004 Ford Expedition, struck the ice cooler in front of Phillips 66.
200 block of E. Wilson
Police responded to a report of criminal damage to property. A subject reported his screen window had been cut.
500 block of W. King
Police responded to a vehicle lockout. They were successful in unlocking the car door.
500 block of S. Main
Police responded to a report of criminal damage to property. Subject reported damage to a fence. Police determined it was a civil issue over property lines between neighbors.
19100 block of Madion
Police received lost property. They recovered a green backpack and clothes.
100 block of E. Nichols
Police cited a minor for minor in consumption and public intoxication. The minor reported he had been struck in the face. Police cited a second subject for battery and providing alcohol to a minor. Charges are pending.
21700 block of S. Race
Police responded to a report of telephone harassment. The incident is under investigation.
Olathe Police served a Spring Hill warrant for Justin J. Claar.
800 block of N. Washington
Police responded to a civil concern between two subjects. The parties were separated.
300 block of E. Nichols
Police responded to a hit and run accident. An unknown vehicle struck a parked vehicle – a 2001 silver Pontiac Grand Prix owned by Danny Napier. Police later cited Darnisha McHie for failure to report an accident, leaving the scene of an accident and driving without a license.
22300 block of Harrison
Police responded to a gas drive off at Phillips 66. Loss was $60.
20800 block Cottonwood
Police responded to a report of theft. A subject reported $165 worth of tools from the back of a truck.
U.S. 169 and 199th St.
Police responded to an accident. Randall Fields, Leavenworth, struck a deer in his 2006 Jeep Commander. There was extensive damage to the front end of the vehicle.
600 block of N. Webster
Gas drive off. $29 loss
200 block W. Spring
Officers arrested a female subject for domestic battery against her husband. She was arrested and taken to New Century Jail.
20400 block of W. 201st
Police responded to report of a verbal disturbance. Parties were separated. No arrests were made.
400 block of W. Wilson
Police took a report of a stolen Kansas 30-day-temporary tag. The incident is under investigation.