TOPEKA, Kan The Kansas Supreme Court today affirmed convictions in the death of a Wichita business owner.
The justices affirmed convictions of murder, aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated assault against Kedrin Littlejohn. A Sedgwick County jury found Littlejohn guilty in the May, 2008 death of Jim Collins. Collins was shot and then run over near his downtown Wichita business. Police believed robbery was the motive.
The justices rejected Littlejohn's claims including the jury instructions were defective and the state presented insufficient evidence of his guilt.