Man claims responsibility for 'swatting' call in YouTube video
In this video from the YouTube channel DramaAlert, a man who claims responsibility for a fake call to Wichita police answers questions about that call. The 911 call led to the death of Andrew Finch, 28. (Video courtesy of DramaAlert)
Charley Davidson at the Wichita Police Department, shares efforts Wichita Police made to keep the tournament in Wichita safe. He says that in the course of the tournament there have been four crashes and two arrests.
Police are asking for information after a carjacker stole an SUV from a Wichita laundromat with a 6-year-old girl sleeping in the backseat. The car and the child were found safe but police are still looking for information on the suspect.
WARNING: Graphic content. Daniel Anderson suffered chemical and thermal burns to his left leg and hands caused by fire and heat that rolled out of the lithium ion battery, which he bought from Big E’s Vapor Shop, according to a lawsuit filed Feb.
“This is now a criminal investigation,” Deputy Chief Gavin Seiler said at a City Hall news conference Wednesday afternoon. Emily Glass, 26, was booked into the Sedgwick County Jail shortly before 3:30 p.m. on two counts of child endangerment.