MARTINEZ (CBS SF) — A suspect in a Kansas murder was arrested Saturday in Martinez after he allegedly stabbed somebody on a practice and jumped from the practice, officers with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation stated.
Robert Colson, 34, of Bucksport, Maine, was arrested following an damage he suffered as he was allegedly making an attempt to flee an Amtrak practice following the alleged stabbing at about eleven:30 p.m. Saturday.
Colson is a suspect within the demise of Matthew Schoshke of Tescott, Kansas, within the north-central a part of the state.
A member of Schoshke’s household discovered his physique at his residence on Aug. 12. Schoshke’s pickup truck was allegedly stolen, and was situated deserted in Los Angeles.
KBI brokers and the sheriff from Ottawa County in Kansas went to Los Angeles and picked up proof from the truck.
The proof led them to Colson and on Friday a warrant was issued for his arrest. As KBI brokers and the Ottawa County sheriff have been looking for Colson, they came upon he was allegedly concerned within the stabbing on the Amtrak practice.
Martinez police Sgt. Patrick Salamid stated the sufferer within the alleged stabbing was handled and launched from a hospital.
Colson is at a hospital the place he’s secure situation and is predicted to recuperate. Colson tried to flee from the practice by leaping from a two-story passenger automotive, Salamid stated.
The Ottawa County District Lawyer will ask that Colson be extradited to Kansas when he’s launched from the hospital.
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