Local crime briefs


Manhattan woman arrested for theft warrant
Riley County Police arrested a Manhattan woman early Sunday morning on a warrant for theft. Jamie Donaldson, 30, was arrested near the intersection of 14th Street and Pierre. The warrant came from Pottawatomie County, according to a release by authorities. Donaldson was later released on $5,000 bond.

Early Saturday morning vehicular collision
A vehicle accident involving a pedestrian early Saturday morning resulted in citations given to both the driver and the pedestrian. The accident occurred near the intersection of Denison and Anderson Avenue. According to a police report, Zachary Sheffield, 20, of Manhattan was struck by a vehicle driven by Maxwell Gabel, 24, of Manhattan. Sheffield was cited for underage drinking while Gabel was cited for inattentive driving. Sheffield was taken to Mercy Regional for injuries that were not life threatening.

Bicycles stolen, man arrested on separate theft charges
A bicycle worth approximately $1,000 was stolen in the 300 block of North 4th Street. The victim told police that the theft occurred sometime between March 19 and April 5. Police ask anyone with information about the theft to contact them or the Manhattan Riley County Crime Stoppers.

An Ogden man reported early Sunday morning that his motorcycle was stolen in the 300 block of 12th Street in Ogden. The victim reported the motorcycle was taken from his property sometime within the previous week. RCPD is still investigating the incident.

A Manhattan man was arrested Sunday afternoon for allegedly stealing a number of items. Jerred Snyder, 30, was arrested on charges of theft and criminal damage to property. The victim claimed the stolen items included a projector, binoculars and other electronics. The loss in this incident is estimated at $2,000. Snyder was placed in jail on $5,000 bond.

Child in need, misconduct reported
RCPD was alerted to a possible case of a child in need of care Sunday afternoon. According to a police report, no injuries have been reported and no arrests have been made. Police looked into the matter after receiving reports of misconduct with a 2-year-old.

Arson, burglary reported
An arson and burglary were discovered Sunday night by police in the 1500 block of Nichols Street. A suspicious fire at a residence caused about $1,000 of damage. There were no injuries. Police ask anyone with information about the case to contact them or the Manhattan Riley County Crime Stoppers.