Several burglaries, and fraudulent use of a debit card highlight Monday’s Salina Police Log.
- A Business burglary took place between 3pm on the 4th and 9:30am on the 5th at 515 E Walnut in Salina. There was damage and signs of entry through the window. The suspect allegedly took a Dawalt Drill Kit valued at $500, a drill and saw, two lights and batteries costing $900, along with miscellaneous hand tools valued at $250. An air compressor and roof nailer was also allegedly taken that cost 450. With damaged and stolen items the store took well over $1,000 loss. Authorities are still in the process of investigating.
- An alleged residence burglary took place this weekend at 1810 shady bend. The trailer was vacant however belonged to an Edmando 59 years of age. Police say that witnesses saw Rodger Kicks and Tarry Robinson cut the lock of the door and take two pieces of ply wood. There was $10 damaged to the door and $20 worth of plywood. Rodger and Tarry were both arrested and charged for alleged theft and burglary.
- There was an alleged vehicle burglary yesterday between 2am and 9am. There wasn’t any damage to the car however several items were allegedly taken. Lesly Worley, the owner of the 89′ Ford pickup lost $600 in cash that was in the wallet with debit cards and a shot gun valued at $100. Authorities are investigating for suspects at this time.
- This weekend on March 4th, Peter Peterson reported an unlawful use of his debit card. The suspect allegedly used the card to buy $512 worth of groceries. The transaction took place at Dillons around 5:58pm. Police are working toward a conclusion.
- There was a burglary at the Muse, 1700 Beverly Salina. The rear door was allegedly broken into causing $1026 in damage. With inventory missing, suspects allegedly took 6 bottles of liquor, $30 in change and $300 worth of soda. police are investigating this situation at this time.