A Manhattan child told police he was threatened by a man with a knife on Monday morning.
A 6 year old boy told riley county police sometime between 745 and 8 monday morning a male suspect brandished a knife and threatened him. Police say the incident allegedly occurred somewhere around the 4-thousand block of tuttle creek boulevard, and there is a possibility of 3 other children being victims as well. The incident has not been verfied by an adult witness.
Police say the investigation is ongoing, and no arrests have been made at this time.
A house in the south west portion of Manhattan was forcibly entered, and burglarized.
Riley County Police say the victim of the burglary is 28-year-old Brooklyn Alcox. Alcox told police that sometime between 2pm and 6:20pm on Monday someone broke into her apartment and stole a xbox 360, games, laptop, and over 8hundred and 50 dollars in cash. Police say the total estimated losses are over 2-thousand dollars.
Police are investigating the incident.
Police say a Manhattan woman heavily damaged local business building …with her car.
On Monday evening at Manhattan Housing Investors, located at 415 Walters drive, 51-year-old Susan Smith drove into the building with her 96 Honda Civic. Riley county police reports Smith couldn’t release the gas peddle due to a medical condition. The vehicle did extensive damage to the building causing the Manhattan Fire department to close down services to the building for safety.
No one was injured, and Smith was able to drive her car away under its own power.
On Monday morning a young soldier was taken into police custody under suspicion of using bath salts.
Riley County police received a distress call from an anonymous friend of the soldier saying he was acting bizarrely, and suspected of being on drugs. Police arrived on the scene in south central Manhattan, and observed the 22-year-old army soldier to ascertain whether or not to take him into protective custody.
Police say the soldier exhibited several symptoms of drug use which included slurred speech, slow reaction times, and periods of extreme excitability coupled with paranoid delusional statements.
Police say the evidence found on scene seems to indicate the soldier was abusing bath salts. The soldier was taken into protective custody, and taken to Mercy Regional Health Center for observation and treatment.