What started as an aggravated assault resulted in nine counts of offenses for a Manhattan man.
19 year old, Denzel Leonard, failed to register as a violent offender after getting charged with one count of aggrivated assault in Riley County.
After failing to register, Leonard received eight other charges: three counts of incorrect information, three counts of failing to register different information, and one count of failing to inform of address change.
Leonard now faces a $10,000 warrant for repeatedly violating the Kansas Offender Registration Act.
KMAN reported yesterday about a series of worthless checks given to various businesses by the same party. Three more cases have been added to the list.
In December, two checks were given to Dara’s Fast Lane that were recently reported to be “worthless checks”. The first check was written for $61 and the second check was written for $108.
The third check reported involves $590 worth of tires from Burnett Automotive.
A series of seven burglaries in the South Manhattan area sum up to a total loss of around $1,620.
Numerous vehicles were broken into during the past two days around southern Manhattan. Four burglaries took place on South Manhattan Avenue, two took place on Pierre Street and one took place on Colorado Street.
Victims include: 37 year old Douglas Mock who had two injured vehicles, 51 year old Debra Plummer who reported cash taken from her unlocked vehicle, 73 year old Michael Leasure reported his passenger side window was broken, and 39 year old Nicole Jeffers had a Garman GPS and 2 wireless headsets stolen from her vehicle.
The suspect is unknown and Riley County Police are further investigating this case.