Crime & Courts

December 6, 2014 3:10 PM

Park attack victim’s fiance: Suspect McNeal should have been in jail

Four nights before Letitia Davis was beaten, raped and set on fire in a park near Wichita State University, the man accused of the attack was released from the Sedgwick County Jail. Now, Davis’ fiance, Marty Bell, wonders why Cornell McNeal, the man charged in her murder, had not been kept in jail, especially after McNeal had been accused of pummeling another woman.

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