Aug 20, 2020 11:54 PM

KBI: Premeditated murder of Medicine Lodge woman

Posted Aug 20, 2020 11:54 PM
Rogers photo Kingman County
Rogers photo Kingman County

KINGMAN COUNTY – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), the Medicine Lodge Police Department, and the Barber County Sheriff’s Office announced an arrest in connected to the homicide of Joyce Foulkrod on July 27.

Just after 5p.m. Thursday, KBI agents served an arrest warrant to 34-year-old Clinton W. Rogers for suspected premeditated first-degree murder. The warrant was executed at the Kingman County Jail, where Rogers was previously in custody for alleged theft.

At the request of the Barber County Attorney, the Kansas Attorney General’s Office’s will prosecute the case. 

Deputies in Montana arrested Rogers on August 11 on a warrant for theft out of Kingman County according to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The KBI believes Rogers stole a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro in Kingman County on August 2 on his way to Montana.

 On July 27, a family member found Foulkrod deceased inside her home at 3 Whitney Lane in Medicine Lodge. 

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KINGMAN COUNTY — A suspect arrested in Montana who was wanted for questioning in connection with the death of a Kansas woman made a virtual appearance before a Kansas judge on Monday.

Clinton Rogers, 34, was charged with Felony Theft during the  Zoom court appearance, according to Sheriff Randy Hill. He is being held on a $50,000 bond.

Rogers is a person of interest who authorities believe is connected to the homicide of 61-year-old Joyce Foulkrod in Medicine Lodge on July 27, according to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.

Deputies in Montana arrested Rogers on August 11 on a warrant for theft out of Kingman County, Kansas, according to the KBI. Investigators believe Rogers stole a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro in Kingman County on August 2 on his way to Montana.

On Friday Rogers made a court appearance in Montana and waived extradition, according to Dawson County, Montana jail warden Tom Green.

Officials transported Rogers back to Kingman County over the weekend, according to Melissa Underwood with the KBI. 

 On July 27, a family member found Foulkrod deceased inside her home at 3 Whitney Lane in Medicine Lodge. 

Preliminary information leads investigators to believe Foulkrod’s death was a homicide.

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GLENDIVE, Mont. –A suspect arrested in Montana who was wanted for questioning in connection with the July 27 death of a Kansas woman is back in a Kansas jail.

Rogers-photo Dawson County.
Rogers-photo Dawson County.

Deputies in Montana arrested 34-year-old Clinton W. Rogers on August 11 on a warrant for theft out of Kingman County, Kansas, according to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The KBI believes Rogers stole a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro in Kingman County on August 2 on his way to Montana.

Rogers is a person of interest who authorities believe is connected to the homicide of 61-year-old Joyce Foulkrod in Medicine Lodge.

On Friday Rogers made a court appearance in Montana and waived extradition, according to Dawson County jail warden Tom Green.

Officials transported Rogers back to Kingman County over the weekend, according to Melissa Underwood with the KBI. He is being held on the theft charges.

 On July 27, a family member found Foulkrod deceased inside her home at 3 Whitney Lane in Medicine Lodge. 

Preliminary information leads investigators to believe Foulkrod’s death was a homicide