Arrest in Flores Death

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Updated 11 a.m. Thursday–

Wichita Police have made an arrest in the murder case involving former Kansas State student Daniel Flores. KWCH in Wichita has identified the suspect as Antwon Banks, 31.
 Wichita Police Lt. Todd Ojile says the arrest of the man suspected of killing Daniel Flores, 25, followed a Crime Stoppers tip and several interviews. He was arrested  at about 10 Wednesday night in the 3900 block of North Woodlawn.

The suspect stabbed himself one time in the stomach when approached by officers, and was taken to a Wichita hospital where he was admitted for observation. Upon his release he’ll be booked into the Sedgwick County jail on felony murder.
Ojile says the suspect is an ex-boyfriend of an employee of the Steckline Communications  business. Ojile says they’re not sure why he was there–but do not belive Flores was an intended target.


An arrest has reportedly been made in connection with the murder of former Kansas State student Daniel Flores. The 25-year-old was killed while at his job at a Wichita radio station.

According to KAKE in Wichita, a 31-year-old man was stopped Wednesday night on the basis of a Crime Stoppers tip. A police briefing is being held Thursday morning.


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