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.
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)