Arrests made in connection to Junction City murder
Two people were arrested in connection with a death reported by Junction City Police on Monday, according to KMAN.
Gabrielle “Gabby” Williams, 19, and Joseph “DoDa” Craig, 24, were taken into custody Wednesday afternoon. The victim, David Phillips, 24, was found in an apartment with gunshot wounds to the head.
Craig was arrested on charges of felony murder, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, aggravated intimidation of a witness and conspiracy. Williams’ charges include felony murder, aggravated robbery and conspiracy, according to KMAN.
If anyone has information in reference to the death of Phillips, its requested that they call the Junction City Police Department at (785) 762-5912.
2015 World Series Trophy to visit Junction City
Kansas City Royals fans will have the opportunity to see the World Series trophy in person in Junction City on Feb. 22, according to the Little Apple Post.
The stop in Junction City is one of many during the Kansas City Royals World Series Trophy Tour, presented by Kansas Lottery and Missouri Lottery, that begins on Feb. 8. The trophy will be on display in Junction City’s Courtyard by Marriott, located at 310 Hammons Drive, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The trophy will visit numerous cities in Kansas, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska before the tour ends on Feb. 28.
In order to allow as many people as possible to view the trophy, photo opportunities will be available as an individual or group shot. Professional photos will also be taken and available for purchase online, with a portion of all profits benefitting Royals Charities.
KU student leaders will not be impeached
The University of Kansas Student Senate voted against beginning to impeachment proceedings against three student leaders, according to the Little Apple Post.
Jessie Pringle, student body president; Zach George, student body vice president; and Adam Moon, student body chief of staff were allowed to remain in office after the Wednesday vote.
A senate committee demanded that the three leaders be impeached last November, mostly due to what was seen as their reluctance to support demands of diversity promotion on campus, according to the Little Apple Post.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that the impeachment committee found no allegations of misconduct amongst the leaders, and concluded that their impeachment would start slippery slope of removing leaders from office because they are not popular.
After the impeachment efforts began, the student leaders released a list of diversity-related proposals they intend to pursue during their terms.