Republicans will vote on removing a powerful Kansas lawmaker charged with drunken driving from his leadership job following the release of a document saying he taunted the Highway Patrol trooper who arrested him and called the officer “donut boy.”
The investigation into an illegal narcotics distribution ring in Norton led to two arrests and the seizure of four-and-a-half pounds of meth, about 50 Fentanyl tablets, marijuana, $700 in cash and the vehicle transporting the illegal drugs.
The pair, 25-year-old Eri Mendoza and 29-year-old Jessica Valdovinos, were stopped at an apartment complex in the 5400 block of East 21st Street N when officers found an improvised explosive device that looked like a grenade.
In a letter to Factfinder 12, the man accused of stabbing a Wichita woman multiple times asked to be interviewed from jail. In the interview, Wade Dunn admits to the stabbing and says he takes “full responsibility.”
The Kansas Highway Patrol says while transporting a suspect to a detention facility following a pursuit that involved a stolen vehicle, the transporting trooper witnessed an injury motorcycle accident on K-25 by Atwood, KS and stopped to help.
Wichita police are trying to crack down on street racing in the city after two recent incidents that resulted in the death of an 18-year-old man who crashed his car and the serious injury of a 9-year-old boy crossing the street.
A court document released Thursday (April 1) details the series of events that led to numerous charges against a registered offender in the March 14 rape and beating of a woman at a southeast Wichita business.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS), the Fredonia Police Department, and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office arrested two individuals Tuesday related to the distribution of illegal narcotics.
More than 25 people from across Kansas gathered Monday morning outside the Statehouse as they called for Sen. Gene Suellentrop to resign following his arrest earlier this month for driving under the influence and related offenses.
Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay on Friday announced that he has filed criminal charges against Kansas Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop in connection with the senator’s March 16 DUI arrest.
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday (March 26) announced its decision to affirm judgement against a man sentenced to life in prison for the June 2017 rape and attempted murder of a 7-year-old girl in west Wichita.
The Wichita Police Department said late Tuesday night, March 23, officers booked a 46-year-old Ohio man into the Sedgwick County Jail in connection with a multi-agency investigation involving sex crimes against a minor.