Guns stolen from Manhattan home
Two guns with a combined value of $2,000 were stolen from the home of a Manhattan man, according to a Riley County Police report. Joseph Morrison, 65, filed a burglary report Sept. 16 around 10:30 a.m. after he discovered a shotgun and handgun missing from his home. Morrison reported that he did not know when the guns were stolen. No arrests have been made as officers continue to investigate the incident.
Wichita woman arrested at Manhattan Wal-Mart
A Wichita woman was arrested at the Manhattan Wal-Mart following an altercation with an RCPD officer. Treasure Marlowe, 18, was booked for battery, criminal threat, disorderly conduct, interfering with law enforcement and theft. Police originally responded to the location as part of a shoplifting investigation.
According to police reports, stolen items were found on Marlowe once she was in custody. Marlowe was issued a “no bond” and was taken to the Pottawatomie County jail.