The public is being asked to help supply information that could lead to the arrest of 14 felony offenders in Sedgwick County through Crime Stoppers.
The public is being asked to help supply information that could lead to the arrest of 14 felony offenders in Sedgwick County through Crime Stoppers. Kaitlyn Alanis The Wichita Eagle
The public is being asked to help supply information that could lead to the arrest of 14 felony offenders in Sedgwick County through Crime Stoppers. Kaitlyn Alanis The Wichita Eagle

14 felony offenders sought through Crime Stoppers program

May 30, 2017 12:23 PM

UPDATED May 30, 2017 02:53 PM

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