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  • David Melton
      David Melton has sent you the following story: Posted on Thursday, Mar. 03, 2011 Officer is accused of sexual battery By TIM POTTER A Wichita patrol officer
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      Posted on Thursday, Mar. 03, 2011

      Officer is accused of sexual battery
      By TIM POTTER

      A Wichita patrol officer has been charged with committing sexual battery while on duty in two separate incidents, an emotional police chief said Wednesday.
      "No one x2014; no one x2014; is above the law," including police officers, Police Chief Norman Williams said at a City Hall news conference Wednesday shortly after prosecutors filed charges against Officer Joseph McGill.
      "I'm highly disappointed; I'm highly disturbed by this," Williams said.



    • David Melton
        David Melton has sent you the following story: Posted on Tuesday, May. 17, 2011 Former deputy faces murder charge in Kingman court By TIM POTTER KINGMAN
      Message 2 of 3 , May 17, 2011
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        Posted on Tuesday, May. 17, 2011

        Former deputy faces murder charge in Kingman court
        By TIM POTTER

        KINGMAN x97; A few years ago, Brett Seacat was working as a Sedgwick County sheriff's deputy, providing security in courtrooms.
        But Monday afternoon, Seacat was the one being secured x97; with handcuffs around his wrists and chains around his ankles, wearing jail orange.
        Seacat, who became an instructor with the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center after his court-security job, made his initial appearance in Kingman County District Court on Monday, charged with murdering his wife.


      • David Melton
          David Melton has sent you the following story: Posted on Friday, May. 27, 2011 Study urges police to be cautious with stun guns By DAVE COLLINS Police
        Message 3 of 3 , May 27, 2011
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          Posted on Friday, May. 27, 2011

          Study urges police to be cautious with stun guns
          By DAVE COLLINS

          Police officers using stun guns should avoid shooting suspects multiple times or for prolonged periods to reduce the risk of potential injury or death, according to a new U.S. Justice Department study prompted by hundreds of police-involved deaths across the country.
          Coroners and other medical experts on the study panel concluded that while the effects of prolonged and repeated stun gun use on the body are not fully understood, most deaths officially attributed to Tasers and similar devices are from multiple or lengthy discharges of the weapons.
          The panel reviewed nearly 300 cases in which people died from 1999 to 2005 after police shot them with stun guns, but found that most of the deaths were caused by underlying health problems and other issues. Of those cases, the experts examined 22 in which the use of stun guns was listed as an official cause of death.


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