By SUSAN THACKER
Security software built into a stolen laptop computer led police to a
Hoisington residence on Tuesday. Authorities not only found the
computer, but they also uncovered what appears to be a methamphetamine
Detective Denton Doze at the Great Bend Police Department said the
$9,000 computer, along with hand tools and power tools, was stolen
during a burglary reported last Friday at the My Town project, 1419 Main
The first time someone went online with the missing laptop, the
manufacturer tracked it through the e-mail and notified police.
Detective Doze got a search warrant for the residence of Dennis L. Price
at 413 Maple Street in Hoisington. The Hoisington Police Department,
including Chief Kenton Doze (the Great Bend detective's brother), and
the Barton County Sheriff's Office were involved in executing the
warrant. Their search began around 11 a.m. Tuesday.
"The computer was on the living room floor," Detective. Doze said.
During the search for the missing hand tools, suspected drugs were found
and it was Hoisington Police Chief Kenton Doze's turn to get a search
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