A Wichita police detective who helped solve the BTK murder cases has won an international crime investigation award. Detective Randy Stone, whose computer sleuthing provided a turning point in the hunt for BTK, will be given an award for “forensics investigation case of the year” by the International High Technology Crime Investigation Association next week at its conference in Monterey, Calif. The association is also presenting an award to the Wichita Police Department’s computer crimes lab as a whole, and another award to the FBI’s regional computer forensic laboratory in Kansas City, Mo., for its work on the BTK case…
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