Man Sought for Questioning in Sunday's Triple Homicide

By Jolyn Johnston-Myers
November 02, 2016


Arrest warrants have been issued for Jereme Nelson and Myrta Rangel in Sunday’s triple homicide in rural Moundridge. Bond for each has been set at one million dollars.

Nelson is a 35yo white male and Rangel is a 31yo female. They are on the run and were last seen in Oklahoma, according to the Harvey County Sheriff’s office.

Nelson and Rangel will face capital murder and first degree murder charges for the deaths of Travis Street and Angela Graves of Moundridge, and Richard Prouty of Newton. 


Authorities are seeking a person of interest in Sunday’s triple homicide in Harvey County. Jereme Lee Nelson is wanted for questioning regarding the deaths of Travis Street, age 33, Angela Graevs, age 37, both of Moundridge, and Richard Prouty, age 52, of Newton.

Nelson is a 35-year-old white male and is considered armed and dangerous. Nelson’s last known address was in Augusta, and he might be driving a cream-colored Lincoln with a KS plate, or a cream-colored Cadillac Escalade with a Tx plate.

The three victims were found shot dead early Sunday evening in the driveway of a residence in rural Moundridge. Authorities said they had been there several hours before their bodies were discovered. According to Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton, the shootings were drug related.

If anyone has any information related to this crime, contact the KBI at 1-800-KS-CRIME or the Harvey County Sheriff’s Office at (316) 284-6960.