LINN COUNTY – Law enforcement authorities in Linn County are inestigating a suspect on murder charges.
David Mcnabb, 31, Pittsburg was arrested for the murders of Betty Mcnabb, age 87, and her son, Kenneth Mcnabb, age 65, both of Pleasanton. David Mcnabb is the nephew of Kenneth Mcnabb, according to a media release from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
Mcnabb was charged with the alleged crimes of second-degree murder, criminal desecration of a body, and interference with a law enforcement officer.
LINN COUNTY – Law enforcement authorities in Linn County are investigating a rural crime scene and asking for help to locate missing residents.
Just after 10.am. on Saturday, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) was requested by the Linn County Sheriff’s office to investigate a crime scene connected to two missing persons from rural Pleasanton, Kansas, according to a media release.
The missing persons, Betty Mcnaab, age 87, and her son, Kenneth Mcnaab, age 65, were reported missing by family members late Friday evening.
A check of their residence at 16310 E. 1650 Rd. in Pleasanton led the Linn County Sheriff’s office to suspect foul play.
The KBI has had agents and a crime scene reconstruction team in the area since Saturday pursuing leads.
On Saturday afternoon the KBI and the Linn County Sheriff’s office located a person of interest who is currently being held for questioning.
Agencies assisting in this investigation include the Overland Park Police Department, the Crawford County Sheriff’s office, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, and the Kansas Highway Patrol.
The investigation continues. Anyone with information is asked to call the KBI at 1-800-KS-CRIME.