HESSTON, Kan. (KSNW) – Authorities say a couple who were shot to death along with another man in rural central Kansas was facing drug and child endangerment charges.
Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton says the victims found Sunday were 33-year-old Travis Street, 37-year-old Angela Graevs, and 52-year-old Richard Prouty. The sheriff says the two younger victims were a couple who were friends with the other man.
The sheriff says an 18-month-old child found unharmed inside the home is now in the custody of relatives.
According to information obtained by KSN News, Travis Street, a victim in the shooting, had a number of convictions including theft, burglary, and drug charges. In 2002, he was convicted for theft and burglary in Harvey County. He was also convicted for burglary in McPherson County. Street found himself in trouble with the law again in 2005 and another conviction for theft in McPherson County. In 2013, he was sentenced for the sale, distribution or cultivation of opiates, opium, narcotic drugs, or designated stimulants. Click here for more.
In June 2015, documents filed in Harvey County show drug and aggravated child endangerment charges were filed against Street and Graevs. The drugs in question included methamphetamine, hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.
There has been no word about arrests or charges.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and Harvey County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating. The sheriff said the victims were targeted.