Overland Park A northeast Kansas police department says its officers racked up nearly $36,000 in overtime searching for a college student who disappeared for five days last month.
The Overland Park Police Department released the overtime figures Wednesday, saying 63 officers were involved in the search for Aisha Khan.
The 19-year-old Johnson County Community College disappeared Dec. 16 after leaving her sister a voicemail saying a man was harassing her on the Edwards campus of Kansas University. Police treated the case as a possible abduction.
But Khan was found unharmed five days later at a still-undisclosed location. There has been no public explanation, and police have said no charges would be filed because college officials — not the family — reported the disappearance.
Khan is married and lives in Olathe.