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LABETTE COUNTY, Kan. – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the Labette County Sheriff’s Office open an investigation after finding two bodies in rural Mound Valley, Kansas. On October 3, the Labette County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a subject who discovered the bodies at around 8:30 a.m. Officials say the Labette County Sheriff’s Office then requested KBI assistance at approximately 9:10 a.m. When officers arrived, they located the decomposing bodies of both a male and female. Deputies say they are yet to identify the bodies. Click here to read more about this story.
CRAIG COUNTY, Okla. – A Monday morning crash takes the life of a Craig County, Oklahoma man. Authorities say 60-year-old Stephen King of Welch was driving his golf cart out of a private driveway waiting for traffic to clear. When he drove forward, he hit the side of another car which caused him to fall out and get struck by the trailer attached to the car. Authorities pronounced King dead on the scene.
TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa Police identify a 17-year-old shot and killed at a McLain football game Friday night. According to CBS affiliate in Tulsa, News on 6, police identified the victim as Terron Yarbrough. If you would like to read more about this story, click here or we’ve provided links to earlier articles on this story.
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MISSOURI -A Missouri man pleads guilty to the murders of two cattle ranchers. Garland “Joey” Nelson admitted in July of 2019 he had a business dispute with brothers Nicholas and Justin Diemel. The brothers were in town from Wisconsin to collect a $250,000 debt that stemmed from a cattle deal when they went missing. Nelson admitted that he shot and killed the 24 and 35-year-old at his mother’s farm then burned their bodies. He was sentenced to two life terms in prison without parole.
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