WICHITA, Kan. — Friends and Colleagues of Retired Wichita Police Homicide Lt. Ken Landwehr are hosting a benefit Golf Tournament.
Lt. Landwehr retired from the Wichita Police Department in March after 35 years of service.
During his career Lt. Landwehr supervised over 600 homicide investigations in the City of Wichita and surrounding communities, including the BTK investigation which led to the arrest of Dennis Rader.
Just before he announced his retirement, Lt. Landwehr was diagnosed with cancer. The tournament is to assist with medical costs and expenses.
The golf tournament is set for June 26 at Tex Consolver Golf Course. It's a four-person scramble with a $500 entry fee per team. The deadline to register is June 16.