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Illicit Trade Uncovered - Full Scope Unknown

The Sheriff’s Department halts a shipment traveling through Waterbank.

The Sheriff’s Department has been tracking unusual shipments since the arrest of a bush pilot on Mowry Road and now believes it has “the tip of the iceberg of a big conspiracy.” 264 more words


Car Theft Ring Wrung Out

Patrolling near a diner called the “Grill” Officer Carroll has arrested a ring of car thieves preying on customers of nearby businesses. “They were stealing cars while people went for dry cleaning or a burger,” said Carroll, “so I set up a sting at the diner.” 53 more words


Fugitives Meet at Gallery 451, Mowry

To the amazement of onlookers, several known Waterbank fugitives met in a Mowry cafe for coffee and danishes.

“Oh, yeah, they come in all the time,” dismissed the waiter, a local student. 99 more words


WorcesterPD Facebook Chat Transcript 9-2-14

For those who had to work, be in class or otherwise miss the public chatchat hosted by the Worcester PD this afternoon, here’s a transcript of the questions and answers on Facebook and Twitter. 4,001 more words

Police Oversight

Officials: Novelty alarm clock is to blame for bomb scare at hotel

WICHITA, Kansas – Wichita police investigated a suspicious device a maid found in a motel room Monday at the Mark 8 Inn in downtown Wichita. The motel is located in the 1100 block of North Broadway. 191 more words


Mayor Gives Press Conference

A red-eyed Mayor Countley gave press conference at 5 Grace Canal Road today, announcing cost saving measures and discussing the unfortunate incident at Gulfport.

“Starting today,” the Mayor began with a squeak in his voice, “we’ll do less than before.” The Mayor went on to say that Waterbank Metropolitan Authority would sell off several of its services to stave off a lingering debt that has caused several banks to refuse Waterbank credit. 132 more words


WPD Signs Police Talent

Waterbank Police Department signed a well known officer to its ranks yesterday, bringing the WPD closer to the “full number and purpose” mentioned in Mayor Countley’s inaugural speech. 147 more words