Sheriff's office responds to act of criminal mischief
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday afternoon responded to Boys Town Duncan Day School in reference to an act of criminal mischief.
A deputy responded at approximately 2 p.m. to the 500 block of Sixth Street in Duncan after receiving a report of a frustrated child breaking a classroom window, according to Sheriff Ed Wemhoff.
According to the report, it’s unclear if a citation was levied against the juvenile, however, the deputy is following up with the child’s parent(s), Wemhoff added.
The estimated damage is $500.
Suspected 'burglary' culprit likely an animal
When a Platte County Sheriff’s office deputy responded to a suspected burglary Thursday evening, he or she made the discovery that the suspect in all likelihood isn’t human.
The office responded at 7:35 p.m. to the 6000 block of 55th Street in College View in regard to a suspected burglary. Upon arrival, the deputy noticed the door of a trailer ajar and some damage to the inside of the residence.
An investigation led to the discovery of some blood and hair that appeared animal in nature on a blanket inside of the trailer, leading the deputy to believe that it wasn’t a person who gained access into the home, according to Sheriff Ed Wemhoff.
No estimated damage was reported.
Two men turn themselves in on active PC warrants
Two men were arrested Thursday after turning themselves in at Platte County Jail on active Platte County warrants, according to the Platte County Sheriff’s Office.
Leighton Fortner, 37, of Omaha, was arrested on the charge of violation of custody; and 32-year-old Tyler Haferland, of Columbus, was arrested on the warrant in the wake of a charge relating to allegedly writing a bad check, according to Corporal Darrel Rickert of the detention facility.
Fortner is expected to have a bond review today in Platte County Court, and Haferland posted a $250 cash bond, according to Rickert.