• Mercyjazz Marie Goodridge, 25, 1330 Yuma St., for two counts of failure to appear. Confined on $20,000 bond.
• Lanard Rayford Reid, 66, 526 Vattier St., for stalking and violation of a protection order. Confined on $6,000 bond.
• Nikedrick Taje Mitchell, 21, Fort Riley, for failure to appear. Free on $472 bond.
• Tabatha Michelle Horton, 29, Clay Center, for two counts of failure to appear. Confined on $300 bond.
• Delilah Jane Malone, 31, Ogden, for two counts of failure to appear. Free on $2,000 bond.
• Candis Kay Anthony, 32, St. George, for probation violation. Confined on $523 bond.
• Emily Alexis Oetken, 16, Manhattan, for possession of marijuana. Free with no bond listed.
• Donjai Andre Cyphers, 15, for possession of marijuana, possession of stolen property and criminal use of weapons. Free with no bond listed.
• Someone damaged several lighting fixtures at Walnut Grove Trailer Court in rural St. George, according to a Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office report. The incident occurred sometime between July 6 to July 8 in the 10000 block of Walnut Street. Estimated total loss is more than $400. Anyone with information can contact the Sheriff’s Office at 785-457-3353 or file a tip through www.ptsheriff.com.
• A 33-year-old man allegedly sexually battered a 39-year-old woman and took a 26-year-old man’s vehicle, according to a Riley County Police Department report. Officers filed a report for sexual battery and motor vehicle theft Thursday in Ogden. Because of the nature of the crime reported, no additional information will be released.
• A known man allegedly took antique silverware and miscellaneous personal items from a woman, according to an RCPD report. Officers filed a report for theft Thursday at 1801 Browning Ave. Estimated total loss is $2,000. Police refused to identify the victim, despite the fact that the information is public record under state law.
• Two unknown men took a woman’s wedding ring and vape pen, according to an RCPD report. Officers filed a report for burglary Thursday at 415 Walters Drive. Police refused to identify the victim, despite the fact that the information is public record under state law.