Animal control officer Jamie Schmidt of the Olathe Police Department posed with a huge carp found last week in a drainage ditch in the Persimmon Hill subdivision. The carp, which was dead, probably came from a small lake in the subdivision during last week’s storm, Schmidt said.
Animal control officer Jamie Schmidt of the Olathe Police Department posed with a huge carp found last week in a drainage ditch in the Persimmon Hill subdivision. The carp, which was dead, probably came from a small lake in the subdivision during last week’s storm, Schmidt said. Olathe Police Department
Animal control officer Jamie Schmidt of the Olathe Police Department posed with a huge carp found last week in a drainage ditch in the Persimmon Hill subdivision. The carp, which was dead, probably came from a small lake in the subdivision during last week’s storm, Schmidt said. Olathe Police Department

Whopper of a fish is found in an Olathe drainage ditch

July 14, 2015 12:54 PM

UPDATED July 14, 2015 04:46 PM

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