Riley County Police arrested an Eskridge woman on a failure to appear warrant. Stephanie Bryan, 21, was taken into custody Wednesday at approximately 6:45 PM.
The original offense listed is making false information. Bryan’s bond was set at $5,000.
Two out of jurisdiction no bond warrant arrests were reported by Riley County police Thursday.
Keith Mitchell III, 19, of Manhattan was arrested Wednesday at approximately 3:15 PM while near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Blvd. and Marlatt Ave. Mitchell was arrested on a Wyandotte County warrant for probation violation. There was no bond attached to this warrant and currently Mitchell is housed at the Riley County Jail.
And Christopher Cuchy, 21, of Manhattan was arrested for failing to appear in Wabaunsee County. Cuchy was arrested while at the Riley County Police Department on at about 6:25 PM Wednesday. There was no bond attached to this warrant and currently Cuchy is not housed at the Riley County Jail.
While not directly linked by Riley County Police authorities, two similar cases of criminal damage to property were reported Wednesday night, involving what appears to be bird shot from a firearm.
800 dollars in damage was reported in the 1700 block of Avery Avenue, involving a doorframe and window at an unidentified public building.
And Vernon Henricks, 58, of Manhattan reported 750 dollars in damage in the 3500 block of Vanesta Drive. A garage door was damaged in that case.
No arrests have been made at this time as officers continue to investigate.