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Suspect due in court today in jeweler's death

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Leonard Wayne Price, charged with killing Lecompton resident Clarence David Boose in April 2005 during a home burglary, is due to make his first appearance this afternoon in Douglas County District Court.Price already is serving a prison sentence for trying to shoot a man who interrupted a burglary in Pottawatomie County days after Boose's killing. He is scheduled to be brought from Lansing Correctional Facility to appear before Judge Michael Malone at 4 p.m. today.Background on Price's case is available [here.][1]-contributed by [Eric Weslander.][2] [1]: http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2006/jul... [2]: http://www2.ljworld.com/staff/eric_weslander

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Christine Pennewell Davis 7 years, 10 months ago

why does it always take so long to get this stuff in court? If this is his first apperence than that means enter his plea and go back to jail right? so why so long from arrest to now?

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Staci Dark Simpson 7 years, 10 months ago

Fry the jerk!! Whats taking so long already?

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compmd 7 years, 10 months ago

never ceases to amaze me how little the people on this board respect the law, the american justice system, and the values it represents.

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Gabe Hoffman 7 years, 10 months ago

That was my parents neighbor, kinda scary. I even got to get interview by the detectives...last summer....

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linus 7 years, 10 months ago

I, too, hate how long it takes law enforcement to put a case together...but I would rather they take the time and GET IT RIGHT rather than throw something together to please the public. If you have kids...how many times do you know exactly who started what? RARELY, would be my guess and you are probably in the same house when these altercations occur. Can you even imagine being an officer ofthe law...starting with NOTHING!!! Give the boys in blue a break folks! What they accomplish with nothing puts what we do on a daily basis to shame!

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Christine Pennewell Davis 7 years, 10 months ago

but why does it take so long after the arrest for the first hearing? this guy was arrested at least a month ago he should have been in court before now I would think. I am only wanting to know why so long from arrest to court hearing.

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Nikki May 7 years, 10 months ago

Was it anything to do with his court stuff in another county? Could be he had to go through all his sentencing and such there first.

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