From RCPD: September 13, 2013
The following summary of calls for service/reports filed by the Riley County Police Department is a portion of those received by police. Some names, addresses, and case details are withheld to follow local, state, and federal law as well as in an attempt to protect community members from being victimized further.
MANHATTAN, KAN. – On September 12, 2013 at approximately 6:00 PM, Riley County Police arrested Jordan Hofman while at the Riley County Police Department for two warrants. The first warrant was a failure to appear warrant from Pottawatomie County and the second was for failure to appear from Wabaunsee County (original offense was driving while license is cancelled, suspended, or revoked and driving on left in no-passing zone). She was held on a bond of $6,000.00 and is no longer confined at Riley County Jail.
Riley County Police responded to a report of theft in the 1200 block of Marlatt Ave. in Manhattan, Kansas on September 12, 2013 at approximately 1:00 PM. This theft would have occurred between the 28th of August and the 12th of this month. Daryl Folkerts, 57, of Manhattan, Kansas reported that during that time frame an unknown subject illegally took possession of several tools belonging to him. These tools were taken from a trailer located on his property and included a hammer drill, concrete saw, laser level, electric generator, and more. The total estimated loss was $8,000.00. Officers are currently investigating this crime and ask those with information to contact RCPD or the Manhattan Riley County Crime Stoppers.
Kristopher Jentges, 26, of Ogden, Kansas was arrested for aggravated assault and driving while under the influence on September 12, 2013 at approximately 8:15 PM after he became involved in a domestic dispute in the city limits of Ogden, Kansas. Jentges engaged in a verbal argument with a 37 year old female who was known to him. Upon this argument's escalation, Jentges drove his vehicle toward this female victim in a manner that would cause fear for one's safety. He was found to be intoxicated during this time and was arrested after police arrived on scene. He is still confined at Riley County Jail at the time of this report.
Several financial card crimes over the past week have prompted the Riley County Police to issue a reminder to community members about protecting their personal information. By keeping track of and securing your personal and financial information, you can reduce your risk of becoming a victim of these types of crimes. If you misplace your financial cards RCPD encourages you to contact your financial institution immediately and report unauthorized charges.
RCPD filed a total of 11 police reports and made 4 arrests in the past 24 hour period.