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  • Wyandotte County DA: 'Detective Lancaster should still be here'

    Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark A. Dupree, Sr. reacted Tuesday morning to the life sentence given to Curtis Ayers, who was convicted in the 2016 murder of Kansas City, Kan., Police Detective Brad Lancaster.

Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark A. Dupree, Sr. reacted Tuesday morning to the life sentence given to Curtis Ayers, who was convicted in the 2016 murder of Kansas City, Kan., Police Detective Brad Lancaster. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark A. Dupree, Sr. reacted Tuesday morning to the life sentence given to Curtis Ayers, who was convicted in the 2016 murder of Kansas City, Kan., Police Detective Brad Lancaster. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

KCK police detective’s killer gets life in prison; Lancaster remembered as ‘our hero’

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