Columbus Fire Department activity report
Nov. 30-Dec. 1
4:56 p.m., 3300 block and E. 23rd Street; silent fire alarm.
5:23 p.m., 600 block and 1st Street; sick.
8:17 p.m., 1100 block and 24th Avenue; sick.
2:14 a.m., 3000 block and 22nd Street; sick.
11:25 a.m., alarm activated at 4005 38th Street; no fire.
1:50 p.m., 3000 block of 22nd Street; sick.
2:09 p.m., car accident at 3300 block of 175th Avenue; one patient transported.
5:30 p.m., 4000 block of 14th Street; sick.
10:04 p.m., 3600 block of 30th Street; sick.
5:45 a.m., 3500 block of 29th Avenue; sick.
5:32 p.m., 1800 block of 26th Avenue; odor.
9:09 a.m., 2900 block of 9th Street; lift assist.
9:20 a.m., West Cedar Drive; sick.
10:05 a.m., 1100 block of 15th Street; sick.
2:23 p.m., 2200 block of 8th Street; sick.
5:08 p.m., 4700 block of 38th Street; sick.
Vehicle spills manure on road
On Friday, a vehicle transporting manure along east 44th Avenue north of 220th Street spilled its cargo along the road. Steven Kallweit of Columbus was cited by the Platte County Sheriff's Office for the traffic hazard, according to Sheriff Ed Wemhoff. The Platte County Highway Department was called in to clean up the mess, of which Wemhoff described as an “extreme case”.
Three arrested Friday
Three were arrested by the Platte County Sheriff's Office on Friday.
Edwin Bogue of Columbus and and Amanda Ware Obrien of Columbus were both wanted on two separate warrants for allegedly issuing bad checks. Bogue turned himself it to the Platte County Detention Center for his Cherry County warrant and Obrien into the Sheriff's Office for her Nance County warrant, according to Corporal Darrel Rickert of the detention facility.
The two have since posted bail, Bogue at $500 and Obrien $250, and been released from police custody. Bogue is due in court on Dec.17. and Obrien was expected in court Monday, according to Rickert.
Marcia Morataya Herrera of Lincoln was also arrested on Friday for a Platte County warrant. She was wanted for failure to appear in court regarding payment for a $49 littering fine being past due. Herrera turned herself in to the Platte County detention center and paid the fine. She has since been released from police custody, according to Rickert.