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Peeping Tom accused of recording woman at Kan. home

SCOTT COUNTY —Law enforcement authorities are investigating a suspect for an alleged privacy crime. Just before midnight Sunday, the Scott City Police Department responded to an address in Scott City after the reporting party stated someone had been observed standing outside a woman’s window recording her, according to a social media report from police.
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Scott Co. ranks No. 3 in median income

Johnson County and the urban northeast corner of Kansas have built a reputation for being one of the wealthiest zip codes in the nation. While there’s money in technology and the related industry, Kansas is still an agricultural state, so it should be no surprise that one can also find high-income counties much farther to the west.
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Scott County lends Ellis County a fire truck

Fire departments in western Kansas rely on each other for not only help responding to fires and emergencies but also for training and equipment. After an Ellis County fire truck recently broke down, the Scott County Fire Department stepped in to lend a hand. Ellis County Fire Chief Darin Myers...
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Willard G. Crabtree

SCOTT CITY - Willard G. Crabtree, Jr., age 64, died at his home in Scott County, KS, on April 18, 2021. He was born on April 9, 1957 in Jackson, MI, the son of Willard Gene and Mavis Jane Holland Crabtree. A resident of Scott County, KS, since 2018 moving from Texas, he was a Construction Crane Operator for NCCO. On June 10, 2019 he married Leslie R. Cole in Scott City, KS.
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More details released about high-speed Scott County chase

SCOTT CITY – Police released additional details late Thursday about a high-speed pursuit in Scott County early Thursday morning that ended in a crash and the arrest of two people from Nebraska on multiple felony counts. Scott City Police Chief David Post said the incident began when an officer attempted...
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Two hurt in a rollover during Scott County pursuit

SCOTT CITY – Two people were injured in a rollover accident during a law enforcement chase after midnight Thursday in rural Scott County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported the Scott County Sheriff's office was in pursuit of a 2002 Nissan Altima driven by Monica Renee Garcia, 33, of Ogallala, Nebraska, eastbound on County Road 290 when Garcia lost control of the vehicle, which went off the road to the south and rolled.
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2 hospitalized after rollover crash during chase by Kan. deputies

SCOTT COUNTY—Two people injured in an accident during a chase by law enforcement just before 12:30a.m. Thursday in Scott County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported the Scott County Sheriff's office was in pursuit of a 2002 Nissan Altima driven by Monica Renee Garcia, 33, Ogallala, NE, eastbound on County Road 290 at North Omaha Road one mile east of U.S. 83.
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Driver hospitalized after pickup rollover crash

SCOTT COUNTY—One person was injured in an accident just after 2:30a.m. Saturday in Scott County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 2017 Dodge Ram driven by Marcus Todd, 31, Union, Oregon, was westbound on Kansas 96 just west of Modoc. The pickup left the roadway to the right. The driver lost control and the vehicle rolled.