Sheriff's Office says former deputy was charged with evidence tampering
A former deputy with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office was charged Tuesday with official misconduct for allegedly tampering with evidence while still employed by the department, Sheriff Jeff Easter said.
Sedgwick County Sheriff's Officeaggregated by Candi Bolden
Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay says the body recovered Thursday evening in Harvey county may well be that of missing 5 year old Lucas Hernandez. Ramsay said he body was found after a call from a private investigator had located the body.
Harvey County Sheriff Chad Gay gives a brief statement about a body found in Harvey County Thursday afternoon. It was the body of a child found under a bridge. Wichita police were on the scene along with Harvey County and Sedgwick County.
United States Attorney Stephen McAllister describes a federal indictment that was unsealed Wednesday naming three men in a "Swatting" incident. McAllister named Tyler Barriss along with Casey Viner of Ohio and Shane Gaskill of Wichita.
A brawl during a softball tournament at the Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex in Hays, Kan. on Saturday, May 19, 2018 resulted in the arrest of Salvador Benitez of Garden City, Kan. on suspicion of aggravated battery, according to the Hays Daily News.
Wichita police discuss a possible drive-by shooting in the 6200 block of East 21st Street, near 21st and Woodlawn. Police later determined it was a flying rock that had damaged a business' glass front.
Wichita police Officer Justin Rapp testifies Tuesday about firing the fatal shot. Rapp was testifying in the preliminary hearing for Tyler Barriss, who is charged in the death of Andrew Finch after he made a "swatting" call.
Los Angeles police Detective Edward Dorroh describes his contacts with Tyler Barriss. If Andrew Finch hadn’t been killed by a Wichita police officer the day before, Barriss would have kept making the calls, Dorroh testified that Barriss told him.
Emily Glass was found not guilt of child endangerment in case involving her one-year-old daughter. District attorney Marc Bennett says she remains the primary witness in the case of her missing stepson, Lucas Hernandez.
Julia Leth-Perez, attorney for Emily Glass, cross-examines Wichita police detective Ryan Schomaker about the lack of scientific evidence regarding whether or not Glass was under the influence of marijuana when she drove her daughter to dinner.
Emily Glass is on trial for a misdemeanor charge of endangering her 1-year-old daughter. She's accused of smoking marijuana before driving the child to a restaurant. She reported her stepson, Lucas Hernandez, missing the next day.
Delano's Diner shared videos of two incidents of women stealing from waitresses in their restaurant. On April 30, 2018, a woman stole a server's purse and on May 10, another woman asked a server for a glass of water then took her money pouch.
Det. Ryan Schomaker describes Emily Glass as “not emotional” after the disappearance of Lucas Hernandez. Glass was in court for a hearing leading up to her trial on a misdemeanor charge endangering her 1-year-old daughter.