ARRESTS

• Hayden Joseph Ellison, 20, St. Joseph, Missouri, for DUI, possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, possession of marijuana, and use or possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body. Confined on $4,500 bond.

• Jemell Davonne Richardson, 21, 1412 Beechwood Terrace No. 4, for DUI, transporting an open container and failure to appear. Free on $500 bond.

• Thomas Ryan Day, 34, 2137 Patricia Place, for failure to appear. Exceptionally cleared.

• Monica Rose Morales, 34, Junction City, for failure to appear. Free on $1,000 bond.

• Christine Nicole Lundberg, 34, 903 Thurston St., for probation violation. Exceptionally cleared.

• David Maldonado Jr., 44, Wamego, for probation violation. Confined on $5,000 bond.

• Johnny Joe Cole Jr., 32, Junction City, for parole violation. Not confined at Riley County Jail; no bond listed.

INCIDENTS

• A man was injured in a crash between a motorcyclist and a driver in the 2700 block of Anderson Avenue Wednesday, according to a Riley Count Police Department report. Officers responded to a report of an injury crash on Anderson Avenue between Westport Drive and Hylton Heights Road, in front of Starbucks, at about 12:30 p.m.

They found that a blue Suzuki motorcycle, driven by Khaled Naser, 25, Manhattan, had been struck by a black 2014 Chevy Traverse, driven by Shelby Keogh, 24, Manhattan. Emergency responders took Naser to Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan for treatment of his injuries. He was later transferred to the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City.

• A known person allegedly damaged a 29-year-old man’s vehicle, according to an RCPD report. Officers filed a report for criminal damage to property Wednesday at 3311 Fairman Circle. Estimated total loss is $2,000. Police refused to identify the victim, despite the fact that the information is public record under state law.

• Someone took a 20-year-old man’s orange 2008 Schwinn Moped, according to an RCPD report. Officers filed a report for theft Wednesday at 1919 Platt St. Estimated total loss is $500. Police refused to identify the victim, despite the fact that the information is public record under state law.