February 12, 2014
Baldwin City Police
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The Baldwin City Police Department is asking residents for help in finding the person or people responsible for a recent rash of tire slashings.
The Baldwin City Police Department is warning residents, especially those at local businesses, look over paper currency after several counterfeit bills have been passed in the community.
Baldwin City police officers are now on the streets with cutting-edge video equipment obtained at a bargain-basement price. Baldwin City Police Chief Greg Neis said the department was now equipped with eight high-definition body cameras and six new vehicle dash cameras.
Baldwin City Police Chief Greg Neis is cautioning residents to lock their vehicles overnight in light of a rash of vehicle burglaries the last two nights.
Baldwin City Police Chief Greg Neis is praising the actions of a 12-year-old Baldwin City boy in response to a potentially dangerous incident last Friday.
A 20-year-old Baldwin City man remains in Douglas County Jail after his arrest Thursday on a count of aggravated battery. Meanwhile, the Baldwin City Police Department is investigating two unrelated Sunday night or Monday morning burglaries to businesses on U.S. Highway 56.
Baldwin City Police Department reports
Baldwin City Police Department activity from Jan. 31 through Feb. 8