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The Topeka men were arrested after reports of multiple vehicle thefts in Shawnee County

SHAWNEE COUNTY (KSNT) — Two Topeka men are in custody following reports of nighttime burglaries.

The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office (SNSO) reports via social media that a citizen spotted a white 2013 Kia Optima driving into a neighborhood at around 12:15 a.m. on Feb. 21 in the 5000 block of Northwest Sterling Chase Drive. The two men inside the vehicle were reportedly wearing masks and continuously turning the vehicle’s lights on and off.

Deputies answered the call and found the vehicle in the 4200 block of Northwest Dondee Lane. The vehicle had a tag that was reported stolen in Topeka. The two men inside the vehicle were taken into SNSO custody.

As a result, Ashton L. Huffstutler, 20, and Parker L. Larson, 19, both from Topeka, were taken to the Shawnee County Department of Corrections. Their expenses include:

  • Huffstütler
    • Theft
    • Theft
    • Criminal damage to property
    • Possession of stolen goods
    • No vehicle liability insurance
    • Improper turn
  • Larsson
    • Theft
    • Theft
    • Possession of stolen goods

Deputies found information about several other vehicle thefts that occurred at Northwest 52nd Terrace, Northwest 53rd Terrace, Northwest Sterling Chase Drive, Northwest Geronimo Trail and Northwest Kendall Drive. If you live in these areas above and your vehicle has been broken into, we recommend that you call the SNSO at 785-251-2200. If your vehicle has been burglarized and you are missing specific items, please contact SNSO to request these items.

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