Wednesday, September 20, 2000

Fugitive arrested in Kansas




By Jane Prendergast
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Fugitive Leon Stamper will be back in the Tristate soon, this time in handcuffs.

        Mr. Stamper, who fled the area in January after leading Cincinnati police on a chase into Covington, has been found at a small motel in Junction City, Kansas.

        Authorities in Cincinnati want him on warrants for robbery and a sex offense. They also think he might have been involved in mugging an elderly woman in College Hill.

        Mr. Stamper was considered armed and dangerous after reportedly saying he would rather shoot police than go to jail.



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