Maj. Daryl Reece (from left), Capt. Brian Hill and Sheriff Frank Denning spoke Monday during a news conference at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office operations building updating the case involving a female sheriff’s deputy being abducted and assaulted.
Maj. Daryl Reece (from left), Capt. Brian Hill and Sheriff Frank Denning spoke Monday during a news conference at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office operations building updating the case involving a female sheriff’s deputy being abducted and assaulted. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Maj. Daryl Reece (from left), Capt. Brian Hill and Sheriff Frank Denning spoke Monday during a news conference at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office operations building updating the case involving a female sheriff’s deputy being abducted and assaulted. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

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