Traffic stop leads to four arrests, including one for First Degree Murder warrant
CANEY, Kan. – A routine traffic stop leads to the arrest of four people, including one wanted for First Degree Murder of an infant.
Around 10:45 last night Caney Police stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Vine and Taylor Street in Caney for displaying a paper tag that was unreadable. All four occupants were arrested.
28-year-old Angelic Moore of Altoona was arrested after police discovered she had an active warrant for First Degree Murder out of Montgomery County. The warrant stems from an incident in March of this year, when prosecutors say Moore allegedly murdered a two month old infant. She is also charged with possession of drugs and intent to use the drugs.
The other three occupants were arrested as well on various charges.
Donald Brewton was arrested for driving with a non-registered vehicle, no insurance, and an open container.
Ryan Banning was arrested on outstanding warrants from Neosho County.
And Elizabeth Moore was arrested for possession of marijuana, meth, and drug paraphernalia.
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