One of four people wanted in connection with a home invasion in Kansas City, Kan., during which two of the four suspects were shot, was apprehended Friday morning in North Lawrence.
Lawrence police department spokeswoman Kim Murphree said Lawrence police were called about 8:20 a.m. to assist Kansas City, Kan., police on the call at Burger King, 1100 N. Third St.
Murphree said Kansas City, Kan., police received information that the suspect, a juvenile, was on a bus from a Schlagle High School headed from Kansas City to Manhattan. Kansas City, Kan., police alerted the school district, which then alerted the bus driver. The driver pulled off Interstate 70 in North Lawrence. The bus was evacuated and the suspect was taken into custody. No weapon was found on the bus.
Kansas City, Kan., police department spokesman Officer Troy Rice said the person apprehended Friday in Lawrence was the fourth suspect in a home invasion that occurred Thursday afternoon in Kansas City, Kan.
Rice said the other three suspects were taken into custody Thursday in Kansas City, Kan. Two of them were shot during the incident and were apprehended when they sought medical treatment.
Kansas Highway Patrol and Douglas County Sheriff's deputies also assisted in the apprehension.