Rooster, a Wichita police canine, was killed in the line of duty Saturday night.
Rooster, a Wichita police canine, was killed in the line of duty Saturday night. Wichita Police Department Courtesy photo
Rooster, a Wichita police canine, was killed in the line of duty Saturday night. Wichita Police Department Courtesy photo

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  • City manager comments on alleged police cover-up

    Robert Layton, Wichita city manager, spoke Monday at the Wichita Police Department media briefing. (Oct. 16, 2017)