Kansas Highway Patrol did not write offense report after arresting state GOP leader
TOPEKA, Kansas — Police did not complete an offense report during or after the arrest of Kansas Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop on suspicion of DUI, fleeing police, and driving the wrong way on an interstate, the Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) said Thursday. Following Suellentrop's arrest last week, the KHP denied the majority of The Kansas City Star's requests for records on the arrest and investigation. The one document that KHP general counsel Luther Ganieney said would be public is the front page of the Kansas Standard Offense Report (KSOR), which details the suspected offense, the na...
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