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Jan. 25
Theft, 6300 block of Tauromee, Dodge Stratus, $2,000 value.
Theft, 2500 block of North 45th, Toyota Corolla, $1,000 value.

Jan. 24
Theft, shoplifting, 7800 block of State, store, two rings, necklace, $39.97 value.
Theft, 2800 block of Georgia, dirt bike, two four-wheelers, $3,000 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 1700 block of Village West, clothing, purse, gift card, $370 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 1700 block of Village West, GPS, five DVDs, clothing, $735 value.
Burglary to vehicle, criminal damage, 10400 block of Cabela Drive, three windows, $600 value.
Theft, 4900 block of Dixie Court, Toyota Avalon, $20,000 value.
Theft, criminal damage, 4200 block of Lathrop, Dodge Ram stolen, Hyundai Accent fender damaged, $11,200 value.
Theft, criminal damage, 3000 block of North 53rd, Jeep Cherokee stolen, vehicle window damaged, $1,600 value.
Theft, 1100 block of Grandview Boulevard, vehicle, $11,000 value.

Jan. 23
Theft, criminal damage to property, shoplifting, 10800 block of Parallel Parkway, 19 health and beauty items, two electronic equipment items, 19 health and beauty items recovered, $130.96 value.
Theft, shoplifting, 1800 block of Village West Parkway, 10 purses, $3,193 value.
Theft, 4200 block of North 79th, currency, $1,500 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 2000 block of North 1st, television, door frame, $350 value.
Burglary, 800 block of Vermont, eight items of jewelry, currency, three pairs of shoes, $6,940 value.
Theft, 2300 block of Birch Drive, Chevy Sebring stolen and recovered, $8,000 value.
Theft, 3000 block of North 47th Terrace, GMC Envoy, $10,000 value.
Theft, 3300 block of North 66th, Chevy Malibu, purses, identification, $10,101 value.
Theft, 700 block of North 74th, Jeep Patriot, $15,000 value.
Theft, 3400 block of Dover, vehicle, $2,000 value.
Theft, 1000 block of Reynolds, automobile, $2,000 value.

Jan. 22

Theft, shoplifting, 1800 block of Village West Parkway, store, four ball caps, stolen and recovered, $160 value.
Theft, shoplifting, 1800 block of Village West Parkway, store, men’s silver watch stolen and recovered, men’s gold watch stolen, $400 value.
Burglary, 1200 block of Sandusky, clothes, $220 value.
Theft, 8900 block of Parallel Parkway, Plymouth Voyager, driver’s license, card, $2,031 value.
Theft, auto, 8900 block of Parallel Parkway, Dodge Grand Caravan, $1,200 value.

Jan. 20
Criminal use of financial card, 700 block of Hollywood Casino Boulevard, cash, $1,580 value.

Jan. 18
Forgery, 7600 block of State, bank check, $480 value.

Jan. 17
Theft, 2800 block of New Jersey, jeep Cherokee, $7,000 value.

Jan. 12
Identity theft, theft, 1500 block of West 39th Avenue, cash, $438 value.

Kansas City, Kan., police reports
Jan. 22

Theft, shoplifting, 10800 block of Parallel Parkway, store, espresso machine stolen and recovered, $199 value.
Aggravated burglary, 3000 block of Puckett Road.
Theft, 1900 block of North 2nd, Juniper Gardens, 14 copper line sets, $9,800 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 1500 block of Richmond, window, television, video game system, $2,180 value.
Burglary, 400 block of North 83rd Place, laptop, television, tablet, $400 value.

Jan. 21
Theft, 1500 block of Tauromee, trailer, $1,200 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 7300 block of State, two televisions, game console, $1,200 value.

Jan. 20
Theft, 700 block of Southwest Boulevard, vehicle, $1,500 value.

Jan. 17
Forgery, theft, 5200 block of Georgia, check, $948 value.
Burglary, auto, 13000 block of Nebraska Court, speakers, box with port, $2,250 value.

Nov. 30
Theft, 600 block of North 37th, Mercury Sable, $2,000 value.

Kansas City, Kan., police reports
Jan. 21

Aggravated burglary, 1600 block of Rosedale Drive.
Burglary, 1700 block of North 51st Terrace, mountain bike, television converter boxes, $210 value.
Attempted auto theft, 200 block of South 11th, vehicle ignition, vehicle door, cell phone, $325 value.
Theft, 4900 block of Dixie Lane, Hyundai Accent, stolen and recovered, $4,000 value.
Theft, 1000 block of Barnett, Dodge 1500 stolen and recovered, $5,000 value.

Jan. 20

Burglary, 3000 block of Powell, currency, $185 value.

Jan. 19
Burglary to auto, criminal damage, 300 block of North 33rd, radio, dash trim, car radio cables, $350 value.
Theft, 11000 block of Delaware, trailer, men’s clothing, hand truck, $5,800 value.

Jan. 14
Theft, South 49th and Gibbs, saxophone, $1,564 value.

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by Kelly Rogge

Kansas City Kansas Community College’s Wellness and Fitness Center will once again be holding the “Have a Heart Healthy Valentine’s Day event.

“I started the ‘Have a Heart Healthy Valentine’s Day’ event a couple of years ago after brain storming about how to encourage the KCKCC employees to celebrate Valentine’s Day with heart healthy activities,” said Pam Hall, wellness specialist at the KCKCC Wellness and Fitness Center.

“The event was a great success with full KCKCC employee participation. We decided to add on by including our students and community members to participate in our ‘Have a Heart Healthy Valentine’s Day’ event.”

“Have a Heart Healthy Valentine’s Day” will be 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Wellness and Fitness Center at the college, 7250 State Ave. There will be two stationary bicycles reserved for the event. One bike will be the Technogym recumbent bicycle designated for KCKCC employees only. A second bicycle, the Technogym upright, will be designated for student and community member use.

People who would like to participate are asked to sign up at the Wellness Center for a pre-determined time slot (30 minutes) to ride for that day. The goal is to complete 15 hours of cardiovascular exercise during the event as well as to encourage KCKCC employees, students and community members to team up in an attempt to ride the most miles and expend the most calories on Valentine’s Day.

Participants are asked to ride for their entire 30-minute time slot and cannot go over into a second 30-minute slot. If they complete the full 30 minutes, they will be entered into a drawing. Four to six prizes will be awarded.

Hall said the purpose of “Have a Heart Healthy Valentine’s Day” is to encourage cardiovascular exercise as a way to promote a healthier way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. She said she would like to see every 30-minute time slot filled.

“This year we will be asking for 60 willing participants to come ride for their heart health for Valentine’s Day,” she said. “We know it is a couple of days early, but we hope you will join us for this positive, fun and healthy event.”

For more information or to register for the “Have a Heart Healthy Valentine’s Day,” call the Wellness and Fitness Center at 913- 288-7610.

Kelly Rogge is the public information supervisor at Kansas City Kansas Community College.

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An accident was reported on southbound I-635 near Shawnee Drive on Jan. 29 in Kansas City, Kan., according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.

A car and a sport utility vehicle were southbound on I-635 at 8:43 a.m. Jan. 29 when the SUV slowed for traffic, according to the trooper’s report. The car did not slow and struck the SUV, the report stated.

The driver of the 2010 Nissan car, a 34-year-old man from Kansas City, Mo., had a possible injury and was taken to a Kansas City, Kan., hospital, according to the trooper’s report.

The driver of the 2012 GMC SUV, a 58-year-old Parkville, Mo., woman, was not injured, according to the trooper’s report.

An 18-year-old woman from Parkville and a 23-year-old woman from Parkville in the SUV also were not injured, according to the report.

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