The Riley County Police Department is looking for more information about a male K-State student whom a military medic found in a ditch Friday morning, according a news release.
The medic found Bradley Murray, 25, on the side of the road in the 1700 block of North Manhattan Avenue at about 1:40 a.m. Murray appeared to have been struck in the left side of the head near his eye, which caused severe head trauma, according to the release.
Police are looking for two unknown men who appeared to be assisting Murray when he was found. According to the report, one of the men was wearing a purple shirt and had long, unkempt blond hair, and the other wore a plaid shirt. The RCPD also wants to speak with anyone who had contact with Murray after 1:20 a.m. Friday in or around Aggieville, his last known location.
Murray was intoxicated but conscious when the military medic found him and notified Emergency Medical Services, according to the release. He eventually lost consciousness and was transported to Mercy Health Center and then transported to Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka.
People with information can call the RCPD and ask for Detective Scott Hajek at 785-537-2112 or Riley County Crime Stoppers at 785-539-7777.
Man transported to Mercy
Man transported to Mercy after collision
EMS transported a St. George, Kan., man to the hospital after a collision Monday morning, according to a Riley County Police Department report.
Tiberio Bernal Jr., 46, was transported to Mercy for chest and left wrist injuries from airbag deployment, said Lt. Herb Crosby of the RCPD.
The collision happened in the 400 block of McCall Road at about 8 a.m., according to the report.
Details about how the crash happened have yet to be sorted out, but two other cars and men were involved, Crosby said.
According to the report, Bernal was driving a 2002 Jeep; Levi Larkins, 20, of Belvue, Kan., was driving a 1995 GMC truck; and Edward Duncan, 67, of Wamego, was driving a 2006 Chevrolet Impala.
Woman reports burglary
A local woman reported that she was robbed, according to an RCPD report.
Michelle Coley, 20, told police she is missing a Dell laptop computer, valued at $1,400, and an Xbox 360, valued at $300.
Crosby said Coley’s roommates had a party at their residence, located in the 500 block of Osage Street, and someone forced entry into her locked bedroom and took the items.
The burglary took place between Friday and Saturday, according to the report.
Business reports TV stolen
A business in Ogden reported that a burglary happened between 5:30 p.m. Friday and 7:55 a.m. Saturday, according to the RCPD.
Wood Enterprises reported a missing 48-inch Toshiba flat-screen TV, which is valued at $1,000, according to the report.
Crosby said police think the suspect used a side door that might not have been locked because there were no signs of forced entry.