Local officials, including Sedgwick County Commissioner Jim Skelton, are pondering whether it’s time to rein in bounty hunters, sometimes hired by bail bond companies to find people who have skipped court. “How on earth can someone go to an innocent person’s house, spray a can of Mace and not be charged with it?” Skelton asked. “What are the rights of citizens?”
Local officials, including Sedgwick County Commissioner Jim Skelton, are pondering whether it’s time to rein in bounty hunters, sometimes hired by bail bond companies to find people who have skipped court. “How on earth can someone go to an innocent person’s house, spray a can of Mace and not be charged with it?” Skelton asked. “What are the rights of citizens?” The Wichita Eagle
Local officials, including Sedgwick County Commissioner Jim Skelton, are pondering whether it’s time to rein in bounty hunters, sometimes hired by bail bond companies to find people who have skipped court. “How on earth can someone go to an innocent person’s house, spray a can of Mace and not be charged with it?” Skelton asked. “What are the rights of citizens?” The Wichita Eagle

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