More than $25,000 in damage is being reported by T-Mobile of Overland Park for property located at a Manhattan location.
Riley County Police indicate that Thursday at approximately 11:00 AM, police took a report for criminal damage to property in the 2200 block of Tuttle Creek Blvd. Police were told that a hybrid Fiber Optic cable approximately 150 feet long was damaged.
The damaged cable belongs to T-Mobile of Overland Park.
Currently no arrests have been made.
Two Manhattan men face citations after reports of taking down city street signs in the area of the 1800 block of Fairchild.
Riley county Police issued a citation to Thomas Rafter, 19, and Troy Dewey, 19, for minor in consumption of alcohol and possession of stolen property or theft.
The citations were issued after the two men were found to be in possession of stolen property. The city street signs were recovered at the time of this investigation.
A 19-year-old from Manhattan has been arrested by Riley County Police on charges which include driving while revoked and driving while a habitual violator.
Jonathan Cargal was arrested on Wednesday evening at 5:20 PM. He was confined and later released on$5,000 bond. He was arrested in the 2000 block of Casement Road.