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Theresa Collins, Kansas City, Kan., is the new president of the Kappa Gamma Chapter, Phi Tau Omega Sorority. The chapter recently elected officers. Collins sponsored the chapter in 1978 and served as national president in 1995-1996. The chapter has been active in philanthropic work with local charities including Cancer Action, Ronald McDonald House, the Kansas City, Kan., School District homeless liaison office, KCKECC and Morse preschools. Chapter officers include, front row, left to right, Linda Moberly, social secretary; Theresa Collins, president; Debbie Cooper, vice president; second row, left to right, Doris White, treasurer; Wendy Bigham, historian; Rose Brinker, associate scribe; Karen Tennant, sergeant-at-arms; and Jan Schick, proxy for the recording secretary. For more information about the sorority, visit the website, (Submitted photo)

Several area law enforcement officers graduated recently from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.

The new officers were members of the 230th basic training class at the center, which is located near Hutchinson, Kan. It is a division of the University of Kansas Continuing Education.

The graduates began training June 2 and graduated Sept. 12. Lenexa Police Department Chief Tom Hongslo congratulated 55 officers from throughout Kansas on their graduation at ceremonies in September.

New graduates from law enforcement agencies in Wyandotte County included:

• From the University of Kansas Medical Center Police Department: Rachel Lopez, patrol officer, Kansas City, Kan.
• From the Kansas City, Kan., Public Schools Police Department: Orlando Singleton, patrol officer, Kansas City, Kan.; Anthony Witt, patrol officer, Kansas City, Kan.
• From the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Department: Scott Wood, deputy, Kansas City, Kan.; Mark Zahnter, deputy, Kansas City, Kan.

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Oct. 1
Burglary from motor vehicle, 3700 block of North 112th Court, GPS, two flashlights, 25 checks, $215 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 1200 block of North 19th, window, fender, medications, $500 value.
Burglary, 6700 block of Kaw Drive, grocery store, 12 sweets, $12 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 1800 block of North 36th, video game system, three televisions, $1,275 value.
Burglary, criminal damage, 4100 block of Haskell, two televisions, door, $1,100 value.

Sept. 30
Burglary, 6100 block of Georgia, video game system and games, tennis shoes, cell phone, $1,100 value.

Sept. 26
Burglary, criminal damage, 800 block of Barnett, window, cash, television set, $1,400 value.