Shawnee County will provide District Attorney Mike Kagay $200,000 in contingency money to cover additional costs his office will incur dealing with the expansion of Shawnee County District Court’s criminal court to six divisions from five. County Commissioners Bob Archer, Kevin Cook and Shelly Buhler voted 3-0 Monday to approve the move, which Kagay said would enable his office to effectively prosecute all criminal cases assigned to the new criminal division.
HOLTON – Three men were taken to hospitals with injuries suffered early Saturday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on US-75 highway just south of Holton, the Kansas Highway Patrol reported. It identified those hurt as Travis Bowser, 45, of Topeka; Skyler Zirkle, 19, of Tecumseh; and Zachary Hill, 19, of Shawnee. The crash occurred at 12:38 p.m. at the intersection of US-75 highway and 198th Road, according to an accident report posted online by the highway patrol.
A nearly 20-mile vehicle chase ended Saturday morning with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office’s arrest of a man who had been driving a stolen car, said Sheriff Tim Morse. Deputies arrested Robert Joseph Calisti, 28, of Olathe, he said. Two passengers in the vehicle haven’t been arrested at this time. Morse gave this account: Shortly after 9:30 a.m., a Jackson County deputy stopped a gray 2002 Honda Civic, which had a Missouri license plate, near 150th and Q Road.
The measure is sponsored by Councilwoman Elaine Schwartz, who said she literally shouldn’t have been present at tonight's meeting, as her cardiologist had wanted her to have heart surgery yesterday. Schwartz said she has cardiac problems brought on by years of smoking.
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Selecting a term
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