A Kansas Department of Corrections inmate serving time on several Geary county charges including first degree murder is up for public comment sessions and possible parole. Mikel Dreiling, 44, was convicted in connection with a prominent Geary County murder case in 1994. Dreiling and his sister Dana Flynn were sentenced in early 1997 in the shooting death of Randall Sheridan.
Dreiling and Flynn were passed over for parole in early 2015. Flynn is not eligible for release until January of 2019.
Dreiling’s upcoming public comment sessions are October 12th in Derby, October 21st in Topeka, and the 24th in Kansas City. His earliest possible release would be in December.