Bonner Springs man sentenced in burglary case
Kenneth Calhoun, 48, Bonner Springs, was sentenced to 32 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections for a burglary he committed in June 2014.
Calhoun will also serve 12 months of post-release supervision upon completion of his prison sentence. Deputies with the Leavenworth Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a burglary at a barn in rural Leavenworth County in June 2014. Property owners told law enforcement that somebody entered the barn and stole numerous items. A deputy found a cigarette butt lying on the floor in the inside of the barn. The property owner stated the cigarette did not belong to him, and it was sent to the KBI for testing. DNA from Calhoun was identified on the cigarette.
A co-defendant in the case also spoke with law enforcement and described how he and Calhoun broke into the barn and stole property.
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