Washington officers respond to fireworks complaints…
-Washington Police dispatchers took numerous complaints of fireworks being set off last night. The complaints were made around the 11 o’ clock hours. State law allows fireworks until midnight on July 4th. There were no fires or injuries due to celebrations with fireworks yesterday or last night in Washington.
-An accident late Sunday morning resulted in no injuries. At 11:05-am a woman passing by reported the crash that happened on Old 50 at Montgomery west of 800-east. Tony Wagler, 27 was driving a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee when it left the road and went into a ditch. Someone had tried unsuccessfully to pull him out before the accident was reported and police responded. The accident damaged the ditch on property owned by the county highway department and it also damaged a memorial along the roadway. The crash is under investigation.
-There was a rear end collision reported 5:31-pm yesterday at Northeast 4th and East Hefron. Southwest Medical did respond and one person signed a state of release of medical care.
-City police responded to reports of fights at West Walnut and Northeast 1st and Memorial yesterday. Police did not locate anyone at the locations when they responded.
-There was a drive off at Chuckles at 57 and Walnut yesterday. Motorist left without paying for over 31 dollars in gasoline.