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State v. Parcells

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CIVIL DIVISION

STATE OF KANSAS,
Plaintiff,

v. 

SHAWN PARCELLS, et al,
Defendants. 
 CASE NO. 2019-CV-233
Division Eight


NOTICE TO INTERESTED PARTIES

PURSUANT TO Order of the above Court, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment has been named the Receiver of certain items formerly in the possession of the Defendants. These items are the by-products of the Defendants' activities involving human tissue and blood samples. As Receiver, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment is charged with ensuring the return of those items to families having an identifiable interest in one or more of the items. You may make a claim for the return of the human tissue and blood samples by contacting Kansas Office of the Attorney General (785-296-3751) for more information concerning the procedure for the return of these items.

Lee A. Norman, M.D.,
Secretary, KDHE

Request for Release of Biological Samples and Proof of Authority

Pursuant to the Court Order, linked below, persons who wish to request return of biological samples should complete the below form, and return it to the Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division by fax or U.S. Mail at the address provided on the form. Any questions may be directed to the Consumer Protection Division by phone at (800) 432-2310 (toll-free in Kansas) or (785) 296-3751.

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