Aubrey D. Cole pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and obstruction of apprehension or prosecution in connection with 42-year-old Moises Arias-Aranda’s stabbing death in 2015.
Aubrey D. Cole pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and obstruction of apprehension or prosecution in connection with 42-year-old Moises Arias-Aranda’s stabbing death in 2015. Sedgwick County Jail Courtesy photo
Aubrey D. Cole pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and obstruction of apprehension or prosecution in connection with 42-year-old Moises Arias-Aranda’s stabbing death in 2015. Sedgwick County Jail Courtesy photo

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