A south central Kansas town is on edge after someone broke into a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper's home and stole his Taser and weapon.

A south central Kansas town is on edge after someone broke into a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper's home and stole his Taser and weapon. Augusta police Sgt. Michael Stueven says the break-in occurred sometime last weekend. He released few other details but he says cases are always a top priority when weapons are stolen. KAKE-TV reports Augusta, about 10 miles east of Wichita, averages only two home burglaries a month. Patrols around the trooper's home have been increased after neighbors expressed concern the weapons might be used in other crimes.