A decade ago, Karyn Freeze’s fiance was found shot to death on her bed. Since then, her son Kohlby Freeze — a severely mentally ill young man who turned 27 this month — has bounced back and forth between the Southeast Kansas Regional Correctional Center and the state mental hospital in Larned.
A decade ago, Karyn Freeze’s fiance was found shot to death on her bed. Since then, her son Kohlby Freeze — a severely mentally ill young man who turned 27 this month — has bounced back and forth between the Southeast Kansas Regional Correctional Center and the state mental hospital in Larned. Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
A decade ago, Karyn Freeze’s fiance was found shot to death on her bed. Since then, her son Kohlby Freeze — a severely mentally ill young man who turned 27 this month — has bounced back and forth between the Southeast Kansas Regional Correctional Center and the state mental hospital in Larned. Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star

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