Deputies engaging in an active manhunt involving suspects in a stolen property case quickly ended just moments ago after taking two into custody. Trevor Walker and Zenaida Flores are identified as those taken into custody. Trevor Walker also had active warrants out of Pottawatomie County District Court as seen in the image below from odcr.com. Deputies are still on scene to finish up their investigation.
Location of the Manhunt 1/4 South of Memorial on Fishmarket Road
Deputies were able to locate and recover the stolen Mini Bus Go-Cart earlier this evening.
An overnight burglary at Wanette Tractor and Supply was solved within hours Wednesday after two suspects were arrested and the stolen property was recovered. Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Capt. Travis Palmer said the burglary was discovered upon opening the store Wednesday morning. The burglars pried open a door and took a laptop computer used by the business, Palmer said. Deputy Scott Hawkins worked the case. Using evidence collected at the scene, Hawkins was able to identify two suspects and had both of them in custody by that afternoon, Palmer said. The computer also was recovered and returned to the business. Arrested on complaints of burglary, second degree, were Jared Wilson, 19, and Brad Baxter, 20, Palmer said. Both remained jailed at the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center Friday, each held on $10,000 bond. Wilson also was held on a complaint of possession of stolen property, according to jail records. Palmer said Hawkins did a good job working the case, which will be forwarded to the district attorney’s office for consideration of any formal charges.