Archive - Jun 18, 2012 - News Article
The Borger Police Department and Crimestoppers are seeking assistance in solving a recent theft.
On Monday, May 21, 2012, BPD responded to 300 East Tenth Street in regards to a theft call.
It was discovered that sometime between 8 a.m. on May 20 and 7:50 a.m. May 21, a suspect or suspects took a pallet of wire from the inside of a job site at this location.
The pallet contained three spools of 350 aluminum wire, each spool being 1,000 feet of wire.
The annexation of land for a new Wal-Mart Supercenter is set to be finalized Tuesday during the regular meeting of the Borger City Council.
The council will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 19, 2012, in the city council chambers of Borger City Hall, 600 North Main.
Action will be taken on the final reading of an ordinance annexing a 16.361 acre tract of land in Section 23, Block â€śYâ€ť, Arnold and Barrett-Morris and Cummings Survey.
Also pertaining to the annexation, the council will act on an ordinance directing changes to the zoning districts and updating the zoning district map.
Practice Fields-parking complaint
800 block of Monroe-prowler
700 block of W. 10th-traffic escort
500 block of N. Deahl-followup
Fairlanes Square Apts-followup
1100 block of Coble-assault
10th and Main-warrant service
200 block of W. 9th-welfare check
1100 block of Everest-burglary/building
400 block of Union-narcotics violation
100 block of Davenport-harassment
1700 block of Clayton-followup
100 block of Avalon-harassment
100 Medical â€“ investigation
100 Medical â€“ warrant service
100 block of West Tenth â€“ followup
Lowes â€“ followup
The Borger Police Department wants to warn local citizens to be on the alert of a possible door-to-door scam being used by a local resident.
According to Lt. Anthony Griffin of the BPD, the local resident is described as a Hispanic female, in her mid 20s, slender build, approximately 5â€™7â€ť, approximately 120 pounds, with brown or black hair, and brown eyes.
When voters go to cast ballots in the runoff election on July 31, all they need to have with them is a voter registration card or driverâ€™s license.
Jan Barnes, Hutchinson County Clerk, said that voters do not need to have the â€śspecial cardâ€ť that may have been handed out to them when they voted in the May 29, 2012.
â€śIf they didnâ€™t vote in the primary, they can still vote in the runoff election,â€ť she said.
She said if a person voted Democratic in the primary, they will not be able to vote Republican in the runoff, as party lines cannot be crossed in a runoff election.