The Blair Police Department has a new certified officer.
A Blair woman faces charges after she allegedly used and allowed others to use her mother's credit card, racking up nearly $5,000 in charges, according to court documents.
An Omaha man arrested on a warrant faces additional charges after Blair police officers found several weapons, including a knife, rifle and baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, in his vehicle following a traffic stop Aug. 25.
Washington County law enforcement and first responders have a challenging job, but now they must take more precautions to protect themselves from coronavirus while on duty.
Four Blair residents are accused of theft for allegedly defrauding a video skill machine at a Blair gas station, according to Washington County Court documents.
A Blair man was arrested Jan. 2 on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, according to documents filed in Washington County Court.
A convicted sex offender was arrested Monday on charges that he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl and held her against her will at a Blair business.
A Washington state woman was arrested Oct. 29 for trespassing after she was seen walking on the tarmac at the Blair Municipal Airport.
A Blair man facing charges for assaulting a police officer was arrested Tuesday on a warrant after he allegedly assaulted and threatened to kill his brother.
A Blair man faces several charges after he allegedly left the scene of an accident while driving drunk and assaulted a police officer during his arrest Oct. 15.
Five people were transported — including a mother and an infant — to area hospitals Sunday after a three-vehicle accident along South Highway 30 near Kellie Drive in Blair.
The Nebraska Department of Transportation and Blair police are encouraging motorists and residents to use caution while driving through the city after the closure of interstates 29 and 680 due to flooding in Iowa has led to increased traffic.
Blair police and the Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) will participate in the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, which will be held Aug. 16 through Sept. 2.