PHOENIX — Charges have been dropped against one of three men accused of alcohol-related violations in connection with the fatal fall of a Manhattan High School graduate. Court documents say prosecutors failed to provide probable cause to continue the case against 21-year-old Alex Kraus in the
A Westmoreland man suspected of stealing and attempting to steal vehicles in a May drunken driving and crash incident waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday. Nathan Woodyard, 38, appeared in court with his attorney, Phylemon Yau, and Judge Sheila Hockhauser presiding. Woodyard, who is
A Manhattan man serving a life sentence for his connection to a murder appealed his conviction at a hearing on Tuesday. Domingo Soto, 44, was convicted of aiding and abetting first-degree murder in the December 2011 death of Steve Freel, 31. Soto, however, didn’t pull the trigger.
Prosecutors in an Ogden robbery case requested on Wednesday that the defendant remain in jail. Timothy Joseph Holmes, 43, was serving probation sentences for battery in and domestic battery convictions in two separate cases, but he is currently confined in the Riley County Jail. Holmes had
Riley County police will start testing body cameras on Nov. 5. There will be 11 cameras assigned to various officers within the Riley County Police Department, Capt. Tim Hegarty told the Riley County law board on Monday. The cameras will be worn on the heads of Aggieville
Two victims in an attempted murder and robbery case testified Tuesday in Riley County District Court during a preliminary hearing for a man accused of stabbing one of them. Johnny Cossey, 38, is charged with first-degree attempted murder, two counts of aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery
ST. MARYS — The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a woman who it says led officers on a slow-speed chase and ran into a police car. Deputies say the chase began Sunday night after authorities received a call about an unwanted person at a
The Kansas Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed a lower court’s ruling that a former Mercy Regional Health Center cardiologist wasn’t responsible for a patient’s death. Riley County District Court Judge John Bosch previously granted summary judgement in favor of Dr. William
Luis Aguirre will appeal his life sentence for murdering his former girlfriend and their 13-month-old daughter Tuesday. Aguirre is expected to argue before the Kansas Supreme Court that statements he made to police after being read his Miranda rights should have been suppressed at trial.
Riley County Police Department Director Brad Schoen told county commissioners in Randolph Thursday that some area landowners may be taking a bit too much liberty with the term “agritourism” recently. Schoen informed commissioners that the RCPD broke up a party a couple weeks ago for
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