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Escaped felon recaptured

A felon who escaped from the jail in Ulysses Sunday is back in custody. According to the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, 29-year-old Francisco Beltran has was captured late Sunday. Beltran has three previous convictions for burglary, for theft and aggravated battery, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections. The sheriff’s...
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Escaped Felon Recaptured

A felon who escaped from the jail in Ulysses Sunday is in custody. According to the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, 29-year-old Francisco Beltran has was captured late Sunday. Beltran has three previous convictions for burglary, for theft and aggravated battery, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections. The sheriff’s office...
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Burglary suspect who escaped SW Kan. jail captured

GRANT COUNTY —A felon who escaped from the jail in Ulysses Sunday is in custody. According to the Grant County Sheriff's Department, 29-year-old Francisco Beltran has was captured late Sunday. The sheriff's office thanked the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Kansas Highway Patrol, Ulysses Police Department, Grant County Fire and EMS, Kansas Wildlife and Parks, Stanton County Sheriff's Office, Steven's County Sheriff's Office and the Haskell County Sheriff's Office. They released no additional details.
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Inmate escapes from Grant County Jail

GRANT COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – The Grant County Sherriff’s Office is searching for an inmate who escaped from the Grant County Jail Sunday. According to the sheriff’s office, Francisco Beltran, 29, escaped through a fence in the exercise yard of the jail around 2 p.m. The sheriff’s office took to Facebook Sunday afternoon to alert the community of the escaped inmate.
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Grant County escapee captured

GRANT COUNTY, Kan. - An inmate who escaped from a western Kansas jail is back in custody. The Grant County Sheriff's office said Francisco Beltran was captured Sunday. No other details were released. The 29-year-old Beltran was in jail for aggravated burglary.
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Escaped inmate from Grant County Sheriff’s Office found

GRANT COUNTY, Kan. (KWCH) - UPDATE: An escaped inmate out of Grant County has been found. The Grant County Sheriffs’ office is looking for 29-year-old Francisco Beltran after he escaped from the Grant County Jail Sunday. He’s around 5′4, 135 pounds, slim build, has brown hair, and brown eyes. The...
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Kansas man injured in accident in Grant County

STATE LINE — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that a Kansas man was injured in a one-vehicle accident that occurred at 9 p.m. Tuesday north of Renfro, near the state line, in Grant County. Troopers report Robert Leroy Dauer, 70, Marquette, Kan. was traveling north on U.S. 81 in a...
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UPDATE: Missing Grant County resident found near Wellington

MEDFORD — The Grant County Sheriff’s Department reports that Anna McDowell was located today near Wellington, Kan. Silver Alert issued for missing Grant County resident. MEDFORD — The Grant County’s Sheriff’s Department is searching for a missing Wakita resident. Officials report that Anna McDowell, 63, was last seen wearing polka...
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Kansas Highway Patrol responds to helicopter crash in Grant County Tuesday

A pilot was injured Tuesday afternoon after a helicopter crashed in Grant County. The Kansas Highway Patrol said the helicopter was spraying a field in Grant County when the pilot lost control and crashed. The KHP said the helicopter, used for agricultural aerial spraying was applying chemicals to a field near K25 and County Road 1.
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Pilot hospitalized after helicopter crash in Kansas field

GRANT COUNTY—One person was injured in an accident just after 2:30p.m. Tuesday in Grant County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 1970 Bell OH58A helicopter used for agricultural aerial spraying and piloted by Ripson Wong, 47, Henderson, Nevada, was applying chemical to a field west of Kansas 25 one mile south of County Road 1, 16 miles south of Lakin.
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