A Manhattan man was injured Saturday following a single vehicle crash in northern Riley County.
The Riley County Police Department says 22-year-old Michael Walls was northbound on Tuttle Creek Blvd around 6:15 p.m. near the intersection of Fairview Church Road when he lost control of his car. According to Monday’s RCPD Activity Report, the car slid into oncoming traffic, spun back into the northbound lane and rolled off the shoulder.
Walls was ejected from the vehicle. He was transported to Via Christi for treatment of a broken arm.
Police are continuing to investigate a domestic incident from Saturday in the Northview area, involving three individuals.
Officers were called out to the 70 block of John Pride Lane around 8 p.m. for a report for aggravated battery, aggravated assault and battery when it was reported a 20-year-old man cut a 27-year old man on the hand with a knife. A 37-year-old woman also reportedly threatened the 27-year-old man after he allegedly entered a house and battered them.
All three were listed as suspects and victims, though no arrests have been noted.
Early Monday morning, RCPD officers filed a report for aggravated assault in the 700 block of Colorado Street.
Police say they received reports of multiple gunshots fired into a house sometime after 1 a.m. No injuries were reported and the incident is believed to be isolated, with no threat to the public.
The case remains under further investigation.