All drivers and their passengers within the following accidents had been utilizing seat belts and/or little one security tools except in any other case famous.
Ashley Ream, 37, of Fontana, was driving a 2007 Chrysler west on West 391st Road close to Kansas Freeway 7 at 7:20 a.m. Dec. 3 when it struck a deer within the roadway. No accidents had been reported.
Mark Dent, 44, of Paola, was driving a 2017 Chevrolet Malibu east on Kansas Freeway 68 close to New Lancaster Highway at 5:30 a.m. Jan. 4 when it struck a deer within the roadway. Dent was not injured.
Mirinda Zeller, 19, of Paola, as driving a 2021 four-door Kia south on Hospital Drive close to West 311th Road at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 31 when the car left the roadway and struck a ditch. Zeller was not injured.
James Forbes, 46, of Louisburg, was driving a 2003 Dodge pickup west on Kansas Freeway 68 close to Lookout Highway at 5:30 a.m. Jan. 6 when the car misplaced traction as a consequence of inclement climate and struck a guard rail. Forbes was not injured.
Stylee Grey, 20, of Paola, was driving a 2008 Dodge pickup east on West 287th Road close to Pressonville Highway at 3:40 p.m. Jan. 6 and whereas she was shifting gears the car misplaced traction on the icy roadway, crossed the middle line and ran off the roadway. The pickup struck a ditch, rolling the car ahead on its nostril earlier than placing a tree, in accordance with a sheriff’s report. Grey was not injured.
Jacob Heubach, 28, of Garnett, was driving a 1996 four-door Oldsmobile north on U.S. Freeway 169 close to Plum Creek Highway at 6 a.m. Jan. 7 when the car left the roadway and struck a guard rail. Heubach was not injured.
Jaiana Johnson, 22, of Lawrence, was driving a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu south on Outdated Kansas Metropolis Highway close to West 335th Road at 9 p.m. Jan. 7 when the car slid on a patch of ice and left the roadway, placing a bridge. Johnson was not injured.
BOOKED INTO JAIL
Chadwick M. Arnwine, 30, was booked into Miami County Jail on Jan. 4 on suspicion of home battery, felony harm to property, felony trespass, and responsibility of governor to arrest individual charged who has fled from justice (Henry County, Mo.).
Gregory Thomas Ainsworth, 28, was booked into jail Jan. 5 on two arrest warrants.
Gary Dalton Colston, 30, was booked into jail Jan. 7 on a warrant arrest.
Meghan Lynn Duncan, 32, was booked into jail Jan. 7 on a possible trigger warrant.
Jacob Wayne Heubach, 28, was booked into jail on suspicion of driving whereas a ordinary violator, responsibility of driver to report upon damaging unattended car/property, and interference with a regulation enforcement officer.
Danaisha Kaye Smith, 18, was booked into jail Jan. 7 on two arrest warrants.
Amanda Saulnier Wilson, 31, was booked into jail Jan. 7 on a warrant arrest.
Diana L. Rosner, 62, was booked into jail Jan. 8 on suspicion of home battery.
Andrew Allen Ingle, 26, was booked into jail Jan. 8 on suspicion of flee or try to elude a regulation enforcement officer by participating in reckless driving, driving whereas license is cancelled/suspended/revoked, and no motorized vehicle legal responsibility insurance coverage.
Chad Theador Mickel, 37, was booked into jail Jan. 9 on suspicion of aggravated home battery, felony restraint, felony harm to property, and theft.
Alejandro Madriga-Vera, 37, was booked into jail Jan. 10 on a warrant arrest.
Abigail Lee Gaines, 21, was booked into jail Jan. 11 on suspicion of home battery and violation of a safety order.
Connor Richards, 18, was booked into jail Jan. 11 on suspicion of home battery.
Richard Gilbert Mooney Jr., 28, was booked into jail Jan. 12 on a warrant arrest.