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K96 Drug Taskforce Coordinator

Lane County Sheriff's Office


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Association Members - Kansas Sheriffs' Association | Pittsburg, Kansas

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Steven Edler • Lane County Sheriff
PO Box 478 Dighton • KS 67839 Phone: 620-397-2828 Fax: 620-397-5933


Association Members - Kansas Sheriffs' Association | Pittsburg, Kansas

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Steven Edler • Lane County Sheriff
PO Box 478 Dighton • KS 67839 Phone: 620-397-2828 Fax: 620-397-5933


www.hutchnews.com

Lane County Sheriff Steven Edler said he and his deputies are searching out leads in the disappearance of four oilfield motors, worth more than $20,000 each.
"They are even bolted down and they stole it," Edler said. Oilfield-motor theft is the latest in rural crime. Edler said there was an incident in Barber County this year, as well. Edler said Larson Engineering, the company that owns the motors, is offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to any conviction. Edler also stressed that residents should report suspicious activity, including movement at an oil field at night.


www.hutchnews.com

Steven Edler, Rep.A former Lane County deputy with 10 years in law enforcement, Edler said he would like the department to be more community-oriented and open."I'd like to have monthly meetings with the community, let them voice their opinions and what their needs are," Edler said."I'd like to get a lot of feedback from the community and give them a voice."Edler said he would like to combat drugs in Lane County, which he said aren't out of control but need to be fought. "I really like the community over there.There's a lot of young couples over there and we just need to try to wrangle that stuff out of there," Edler said. Edler said voters can count on him to listen and address their concerns."I'm there for them," he said."I'm a community servant.


www.scottcity.kansasgov.com

Police Chief Jurgens reported that Police Officers Steve Edler and Andy Newland were not able to attend the K-9 Drug Detection Enhancement Course from April 27 to May 1, 2009 at Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa, that was approved at the November 17, 2008 regular council meeting.
Motion by Gary Eitel seconded by Todd Patton to pay expenses for Police Officers Steve Edler and Andy Newland to drive to the K-9 Drug Detection Enhancement Course from June 1 - 5, 2009 at Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa.Vote - Unam.


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