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Horton man arrested after found hiding in home
04/19/2018

Andrew Davis

(KNZA)--A Horton man is arrested after a woman finds him hiding in her home in the southwestern portion of Brown County.

Brown County Sheriff John Merchant says the woman made the discovery after returning home shortly after noon Wednesday afternoon.

When confronted by the woman, the suspect fled the residence in his vehicle.

Merchant says the woman called 911 to report the incident, and did "an outstanding job” of identifying the suspect and the vehicle to the responding deputy.  

Merchant says the suspect, identified as 28-year-old Andrew Davis, was located and stopped a short time later in the area of 130th and Goldfinch Roads.

Davis was arrested on charges of aggravated burglary, driving while license cancelled, suspended or revoked and felony obstruction.  He was booked into the Brown County Jail.

The Kansas Highway Patrol, Kickapoo Police Department and Sac and Fox Police Department assisted.         

 

 

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