OSAGE COUNTY—Law officials arrested a suspect identified in the burglary at Santa Fe Trail High School, 15701 S. California Road in Carbondale during the early morning hours of January 12. He supposedly he was burglarizing a church.
Just after 3:30 p.m. Monday, police responded to reports of a burglary in progress at Love Fellowship Church, located at 2636 SE Minnesota Ave. in Topeka, according to police spokeswoman Rosie Nichols.
Officers entered the church and located a suspect, later identified as Angel M. Wahquahboshkuk, 26, of Topeka. Wahquahboshkuk was arrested without incident.
After the clearing continued, a second suspect was found, identified as Dalton R. Quimby, 28, of Topeka. Both Wahquahboshkuk and Quimby were found to have various items stolen from the church. They were then arrested and subsequently placed in the Shawnee County Department of Corrections
Quimby remains in jail on the requested charges which include aggravated burglary; Non-housing closed for felony, burglary, theft; paperback Value unknown; Criminal damage to property; Offense and interference with law enforcement.
Wahquahboshkuk has been booked on various terms.
On January 12, high school students made $434 preemptive fire to allow deputies to investigate the burglary at the school. The high school resumed classes the following day.
Quimby is expected to appear in court on May 12, according to online prison records. Santa Fe Trail High School burglary charges against Quimby have been filed with the county attorney’s office, according to the Osage County Sheriff’s Office.
OSAGE COUNTY — Law enforcement officers investigating the burglary that occurred at Santa Fe Trail High School, 15701 S. California Road in Carbondale during the early morning hours of Jan. 12 identified a person of interest, according to Sheriff Chris Wells.
The sheriff has requested the public’s assistance in locating Dalton R. Quimby, a 28-year-old white male, approximately 5 feet 11,200 pounds, green eyes, and sandy-blond hair.
USD 434 fired high school students early 12, to allow deputies to investigate. The high school will resume classes on Friday.
Anyone with information about Quimby’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Osage County Sheriff’s Office at 785-828-3121, email [email protected]Osage County Crime Stoppers at (877) OSCRIME, or local law enforcement agencies