Kathleen Williams, 42, sits in a Sedgwick County courtroom on Thursday. She was sentenced to 32 months in prison in connection with a 2015 shoplifting incident at Kohl’s.
Kathleen Williams, 42, sits in a Sedgwick County courtroom on Thursday. She was sentenced to 32 months in prison in connection with a 2015 shoplifting incident at Kohl’s. Matt Riedl The Wichita Eagle
Kathleen Williams, 42, sits in a Sedgwick County courtroom on Thursday. She was sentenced to 32 months in prison in connection with a 2015 shoplifting incident at Kohl’s. Matt Riedl The Wichita Eagle

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