Jan 06, 2020 12:07 PM

Riley County Arrest Report Monday Jan. 6

Posted Jan 06, 2020 12:07 PM

The following is a summary of arrests, citations by the Riley County Police Department. Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

ALEX CHARLES BRZOZOWSKI, 23, Manhattan,Criminal discharge of firearm; Recklessly at 1 21-6308-a1-Ab-1A occupied dwelling; Bond $5000

CITATION REPORT

MARCUS RICHARDSON, 19, MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 700 BLK N 11TH ST IN MANHATTAN FOR POSSESSION OR CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL BY MINOR (4-3(B)) ON DECEMBER 28, 2019 AT APPROXIMATELY 1:30 AM.

NATHAN REEVES, 34, OGDEN, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 3400 BLK WILDCAT CREEK RD IN MANHATTAN FOR BASIC RULE GOVERNING SPEED OF VEHICLES (08-1557) ON DECEMBER 18, 2019 AT APPROXIMATELY 3:30 PM.

ANGELA CYPHERS, 41, MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE AT 2220 NORTHVIEW DR IN MANHATTAN FOR IMPROPER BACKING AND FOR DRIVE CANC/SUSP/REV LICENSE (19-194) ON JANUARY 3, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 7:50 AM.

KENISHA COFIELD, 40, MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 2300 BLK ANDERSON AVE IN MANHATTAN FOR DRIVE CANC/SUSP/REV LICENSE (19-194) AND FOR SPEEDING (7-33) ON JANUARY 3, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY11:59 AM.

JERRY ROBERTS, 73, MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE AT TUTTLE CREEK BLVD & GRIFFITH DR IN MANHATTAN FOR FTY RIGHT OF WAY ENTER ROAD (160) ON JANUARY 2, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 7 AM.

JOSHUA RUST, 19, MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 400 BLK BLUEMONT AVE IN MANHATTAN FOR SPEEDING (7-33) ON JANUARY 2, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY11:54 PM.

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Firefighters respond to large hay bale fire

Geary County rural firefighters responded to a fire near the 3500 block of K-157 highway approximately 12 miles southwest of Junction City early Sunday afternoon. According to Rural Fire Chief Garry Berges more than 80 large hay bales were destroyed.  There were no injuries.

Berged noted the blaze occurred as a couple of large bales were being loaded onto a truck. "And the hot exhaust or something on the truck caught some dry straw on fire, which caused the hay bales to then catch on fire.  

The bales were owned by Phil Janke. The damage was estimated at about $4,000.

( Photos courtesy of Garry Berges )