The man Wichita Police think is responsible for the death of 25-year-old Daniel Flores is now in jail. Antwon Banks has been released from the hospital, where was under guard.
Flores was found dead at a Wichita radio station earlier this week.
Sources tell KWCH 31-year-old Antwon Banks was taken into custody Wednesday night during a traffic stop.
According to police, a CrimeStoppers tip led them to the suspect, who was in his car in the 3900 block of N. Woodlawn. Police say the suspect stabbed himself in the stomach with a large knife as they were trying to arrest him.
Police say the suspect is an ex-boyfriend of a woman who works there.
Police say he will be booked for felony murder once he's released from the hospital. Police say they spoke with the man on Monday, but they didn't have enough evidence to arrest him.
There's no word on how or why he got into the radio station.
Wichita police have identified a man found dead at a radio station on S. Maize Road as 25-year-old Daniel Flores.
Two employees found Flores dead in the basement of Steckline Communications. Police say Flores "struggled" and died from blunt force trauma.
There were no security cameras in the area.
Police don't have any suspects in the case. They say Flores had worked at the company for about a year.
Daniel's friends say they want answers.
"Just get to the bottom of this and find justice for his family and friends so that we can be at peace," said Ben Hutchcraft.
Police aren't sure if Flores or the business was the intended target. There was no sign of forced entry.
After a man's body was found in west Wichita, police say they are investigating the case as a homicide.
Crews were called to the scene at Steckline Communications in the 1600 block of South Maize Rd. around 8 a.m. Monday.
The man in his 20s was found in the basement, suffering from blunt force trauma to his head. He was an employee at the business.
Police said there were not signs of a break-in at the business.
No word on whether any suspects are in custody.