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Eight arrested including man for criminal hunting

September 2, 2011

From ZWire.com

The Sheriff's Department arrested Jared Guy, 28, on at 8:42 p.m Thursday, Sept. 1 for criminal possession of a firearm and criminal hunting, for which he bonded.

Clay Center Police arrested Steven Renner on Wednesday, Aug. 31 for disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property, which had a $500 cash or surety bond. A judge released Renner on bond of his own recognizance.

Clay County Jail processed April Hockett on Wednesday, Aug. 31 on a Clay County District Court order for felony criminal damage to property. Hockett was processed and released.

Clay Center Police arrested David Hedberg, on Tuesday, Aug. 30 on a Clay Center Municipal Court warrant for indirect contempt of court. Hedberg bonded on a $80 cash only bond.

The Sheriff's Department arrested Joseph Sullivan, 39, at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30 on two counts of failure to appear, which had a $7,000 cash or surety bond. Sullivan remained in Clay County Jail as of this morning.

Clay Center Police arrested Ronald Braaksma on Tuesday, Aug. 30 for domestic battery, assault, disorderly conduct, obstruction of the legal process or official duty. Braaksma bonded on a $1,000 cash or surety bond.

The Sheriff's Department arrested Dewaine Smith on Monday, Aug. 29 on a Riley County warrant for failure to appear. Smith bonded on a $3,000 cash or surety bond.

Clay Center Police arrested Joshua Alves on Wednesday, Aug. 31 for theft. Alves bonded on a $250 cash or surety bond.

Theft, criminal damage reported

A pair of earrings valued at $5 and a book of checks from Landmark Bank belonging to Julie Hix, Leonardville, were stolen in a theft sometime between 9:44 a.m. and 10 a.m. Aug. 23 in the 100 block of Crawford street, Clay Center Police reported.

Police also reported criminal damage to a door knock valued at $25 belonging to Jack Renton, Clay Center, was done sometime between 11:30 a.m. and 9:45 p.m. Aug. 28 in the 800 block of Sherman Street.

A grass field valued at $100 that belonged to USD 379 at 1630 9th Street was destroyed sometime between 5 p.m. Aug. 19 and 12:45 p.m. Aug. 21, according to a Clay Center Police report.

Accidents reported at intersections

While trying to turn north at the intersection of US-24 and K-15, Jimmy Brooks, Beattie, struck a westbound vehicle driven by Terry Thurlow, Wakefield, at 1 p.m. Aug. 20, according to a Clay Center Police accident report.

In another accident Mason Cheramie, 18, Clay Center was driving westbound in the 800 block of Crawford Street, lost control, and stuck a metal sign at 1:40 a.m. Aug. 27. Cheramie's vehicle skidded into the intersection of Eighth and Crawford, where it came to rest, Clay Center Police reported.

Cheramie was thrown from the vehicle into the south west corner of the intersection and left the scene. He was arrested for driving under the influence an cited for other violation.

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