The following calls were received by the Frankfort Police Department, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Frankfort Fire and EMS, and Franklin County Fire Department on Thursday:
• At 12:01 a.m., officers were notified of a missing person on Louisville Road. A caller reported a juvenile female wearing pajamas hadn’t been seen for 1½ hours.
• At 4:11 a.m., county firefighters conducted a fire investigation on Manley Leestown Road.
• At 7:56 a.m., officers responded to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on West Clinton Street near Ann Street.
• At 8:05 a.m., officers were called to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on the East-West Connector.
• At 8:13 a.m., officers responded to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on Louisville Road.
• At 11:05 a.m., deputies took a theft report on Louisville Road. A caller reported mail had been stolen.
• At 11:32 a.m., officers, city fire and EMS were called to a possible structure fire on Noel Avenue. A caller reported a small gaming table was on fire.
• At 11:54 a.m., officers took a fraud complaint at Vital Behavioral Health on Leawood Drive. A caller reported someone had been stealing a client’s benefits.
• At 1:41 p.m., deputies were called to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on Louisville Road.
• At 3:59 p.m., deputies took an assault report at Bondurant Middle School on Bondurant Drive.
• At 4:06 p.m., officers were notified of a stolen vehicle on Schenkel Lane.
• At 7:02 p.m., officers took a fraud complaint at Walmart on Leonardwood Drive. A caller reported someone charged $600 to her card at Walmart.
• At 7:50 p.m., deputies, county fire and EMS were called to a possible structure fire on Flat Creek Road. A caller reported two outbuildings were on fire. The caller said two dogs died and a 19-year-old male sustained a dog bite.
• At 11:10 p.m., deputies, city and county fire and EMS responded to an injury motor vehicle accident on Interstate 64 West.
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