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Million Dollar Bond Set In Junction City Murder Case

Associated Press - February 14, 2014 8:07 pm

The Kansas Supreme Court has reversed the "Hard 50" murder sentence of a Wichita man but refused to rule whether changes made by legislators to the law in 2013 can be applied.

The Kansas Supreme Court has reversed the "Hard 50" murder sentence of a Wichita man but refused to rule whether changes made by legislators to the law in 2013 can be applied.

A judge has set bond at $1 million for three people arrested after this week’s discovery of a woman’s body in rural northeast Kansas.

KJCK-AM in Junction City reports a woman and two men made first appearances Friday in Geary County District Court. Formal charges have not been filed, but two suspects were arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder and the third on suspicion of aiding a murder.

Investigators looking for a Junction City woman missing since Feb. 7 found a body Wednesday in rural Geary County. The identity has not been confirmed, but authorities say the body matches the description of 24-year-old Amanda Clemons.

Witnesses reported seeing Clemons being placed in a car outside a Junction City motel the night she disappeared.

(Information from: KJCK-AM)

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