KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KCTV) – After days of making an attempt to free a person from jail, a KCK household took to social media to get outcomes. And it labored.
Earvin Nunnally’s sister created a put up on Wednesday and urged everybody to “Share! Share! Share!”
Within the put up, Shakedra Nunnally calls out the Kansas Metropolis, Kansas, Police Division for having the improper man behind bars.
Nunnally pleads with police to match fingerprints and urges authorities “to do higher.”
In only a couple hours, the put up was shared almost 100 occasions. Feedback supplied help for the household. Somebody lastly tagged tv stations, together with KCTV5 Investigative Reporter Angie Ricono. In addition they tagged Wyandotte County District Legal professional Mark Dupree.
Dupree responded, “Thanks for tagging me. I’ll look into this at the moment.”
All the eye paid off. Once we requested for a press release, the district legal professional’s workplace responded:
Earvin Nunnally’s legal professional has confirmed that costs are dropped and that the arrest was a mistake.
Nunnally was launched and clearly confused and surprised about what occurred.
“I would like an apology and misplaced wages and accountability that this wasn’t me,” Nunnally mentioned.
KCK police supplied this clarification:
The household calls the state of affairs loopy and humiliating.
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