A Junction City man was ticketed for allegedly touching himself outside of the Manhattan Public Library Tuesday afternoon. The incident was reported by a 22-year-old woman who told police that Josiah Darby, 27, had been sitting on a park bench outside the library when she noticed
The Manhattan physician accused of running a pill mill at his local clinic waived his right to a preliminary hearing in federal court Tuesday and will remain in custody pending a detention hearing rescheduled for May. Michael Schuster, 53, who operates Manhattan Pain and Spine, 1135 Westport
A Kansas State University student pleaded no contest Monday to videotaping his roommate while she showered last March. William Reed, 20, Manhattan, appeared in front of Judge Meryl Wilson to plead no contest to the charges that he placed his cell phone on a stand next
A Wamego man pleaded no contest to stalking his ex-girlfriend in Riley County District Court Monday afternoon. Joshua Weeks, 22, appeared with counsel in front of District Judge Meryl Wilson to plead no contest to one count of stalking, two counts of violation of a protection
Kansas Highway Patrol troopers responded to a single-engine plane accident at Manhattan Regional Airport Saturday afternoon. According to reports, a 1960 Piper single-engine plane was coming in for a landing at approximately 3:30 p.m., when the nose gear failed to deploy and the nose of the
Riley County detectives are investigating the Saturday disappearance of a 2007 Ford Fusion belonging to a Fort Riley soldier. Officer Matthew Droge said John Headley, 31, Manhattan, reported that his car was taken sometime between midnight and 8 a.m. on Saturday while it was parked in the 1100
A Riley County patrol officer caught an alleged burglar Sunday reportedly bicycling with stolen goods a few blocks from the scene of the burglary. Officer Matthew Droge said Benjamin Galvan, 18, 1501 Tuttle Creek Blvd., was seen bicycling along Juliette Avenue with a duffel bag full of
A medical distress call made by a diabetic man in Riley was mistaken for a possible chemical suicide attempt when emergency responders arrived on the scene late Sunday. Officer Matthew Droge said Riley County dispatch received a call at about 11 p.m. Sunday from a
The Kansas State Board of Healing Arts has indefinitely suspended the medical license of the Manhattan physician accused of running a pill mill following his arrest. The decision to suspend Michael Schuster’s license came Thursday, along with a public censure of the 53-year-old doctor.
Riley County officers arrested a Wichita man early Friday morning for criminal trespass, interference with law enforcement and battery of a corrections officer. Chad Meyer, 32, was first arrested outside of Kite’s Bar and Grill in Aggieville after 1 a.m. for criminal trespass after he
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