Two failure to appear charges lead to the arrest of a Manhattan woman.
Riley County Police told reporters on Monday that at approximately 9:30 Friday night, they took into custody Tawnee Gorman (32) of the 2000th block of Judson St. in Manhattan and charged her with two counts of failure to appear.
The original charges against Gorman were one count of forgery and one count of drug and paraphernalia possession.
She remains confined on a $16,000 bond.
A lost credit card at a local business leads to a significant lose.
Riley County Police told reporters on Monday thatJudith McCaw (57), of the 1700 block of Kingwood Dr., reported to them that sometime between October 31st at 7:00 p.m. and November 4th at 2:39 p.m., two Discover cards were taken from her at Target, located at 800 Commons Place.
The cards have been used at other area businesses , and the total loss is $1,258.
Police are in the process of investigating this incident.
Riley County Police told reporters on Monday that on Friday afternoon, they arrested William Smith (28) of the 1000th block of Kearney St. in Manhattan, and charged him with one count of probation violation stemming from battery and disorderly conduct charges, and one count of failure to appear.
Smith posted $14,000 bond and was released.
Update: KMAN has learned on December 11th, that an autopsy has revealed that Alan Jump died from an accidental drug overdose.
An unattended death over the weekend leads to an investigation.
Riley County Police told reporters on Monday that they were called to 315 N. Park Street in Ogden on Friday night around 11:40 by concerned neighbors who had not seen or heard from Alan Jump (50), of that address in a few days.
Upon further investigation, police discovered Jump was deceased in his home. The coroner was notified, and it was determined that an autopsy was needed. Jump’s next of kin were notified, and an investigation is in progress.
Two area men are victims of a robbery that leads to a loss of cash.
Riley County Police told reporters on Monday that Tabor Rucker (29) and Charles Elliot (28) reported to them that around 2:54 a.m. on Sunday, they were approached on the 1000th block of Kearney St. by someone who was an acquaintance of Elliot.
The suspect demanded money from the pair and threatened to shoot them if he did not get it, though no weapon ws ever seen. Rucker and Elliot gave him an unspecified amount of cash, and the suspect fled after punching Elliot in the face.
Police are investigating.