Crime and Safety
Kansas woman, accused of killing two people in Topeka in 2002, was released on a bond while awaiting trial
TOPEKA, Kan. – A woman who has always claimed she was hiking and driving in Colorado when her ex-husband and his girlfriend were murdered in Kansas in 2002 is free on bond for the first time in a decade as prosecutors prepare to trial her for a third time in connection with the murders.
Wednesday, 62-year-old Dana Chandler was freed from the Shawnee County Jail after a court reduced her bond from $1 million to $350,000 last month.
In February, she will stand trial for the fatal shootings of 47-year-old Mike Sisco and 53-year-old Karen Harkness in Topeka.
The Sarpy County – Latest News:
Omaha Local News || Nebraska State News || Crime and Safety News || National news || Tech News || Lifestyle News