Police Arrest And Name BTK Suspect
Dennis Rader has been named by Wichita Police as the BTK suspect
According to Wichita Police, a Park City, Kansas man has been arrested in connection with Wichita's notorious "BTK" serial killings. BTK task force chief, Lt. Ken Landwehr, said suspect Dennis Rader, 59, faces 10 counts of first-degree murder. At a news conference on February 26, 2005, Wichita Police Chief Norman Williams announced, "The bottom line: BTK is arrested." AMW has a team on the ground in Wichita, and we'll keep updating AMW.COM.
Police Cordoned Off Park City Street Yesterday
Wichita Police blocked off an area of Park City while they searched for clues leading to BTK
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On February 25, 2005, Wichita police cordoned off a Park City, Kansas street while investigators combed the areea. A person of interest was picked up in the BTK case. Police and FBI converged on a home in Park City, Kansas. Searches were conducted throughout the day, and K9 dog units were brought on the scene. Police also questioned the family of the person of interest. But, now, police say they have the BTK killer in custody.