May 19, 2020 8:16 PM

Chapman: Chickens within the city limits?

Posted May 19, 2020 8:16 PM

CHAPMAN -- The City of Chapman wants to know what its citizens think about having chickens within the city limits. Chapman residents are asked to vote on the City of Chapman Facebook page. From the City of Chapman Facebook page:

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UPDATE: Police looking for driver involved in hit-and-run accident Monday

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UPDATE: The Salina Police Department has reported that the driver of the pickup has been identified. Salina Post will have more information when it becomes available.

An image of the suspect pickup that was captured by a camera mounted in the cab of the cement truck. Photo courtesy Salina Police Department  " />
An image of the suspect pickup that was captured by a camera mounted in the cab of the cement truck. Photo courtesy Salina Police Department  

Police are looking for the driver of a pickup involved in a hit and run accident early Monday afternoon in south Salina.

According to Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester, a 2004 Peterbilt cement truck owned by Concrete Supply of Topeka was eastbound on Magnolia Road at 1:10 p.m. Monday and had the green light at the South Ninth Street intersection. A silver or light colored Chevrolet Silverado pickup was westbound at the intersection and had a flashing yellow left turn signal. The pickup failed to yield the right-of-way to the cement truck and turned in front of it, Forrester explained.

The cement truck struck the pickup, causing damage to the rear passenger side of the bed, bumper and light fixture area, he reported. The pickup fled the scene without making a report, Forrester added.

The pickup appears to be a late 1980s early 1990s full size Chevrolet pickup with a low profile tool box in the bed, Forrester explained. The pickup has no hubcaps and is missing the black molding on the passenger side door, he added.

No injuries were reported, Forrester noted.