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Guadalupe Zamora up for parole hearing for 1990s kidnapping

Inmates with Pratt, Ellsworth County convictions also eligible for consideration


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A man convicted of aggravated kidnapping and two counts of aggravated sodomy in Barton County is eligible for a parole hearing later this year, according to the Kansas Prisoner Review Board.

Guadalupe N. “Lupe” Zamora was sentenced Feb. 2, 1996, for crimes committed on June 22, 1991. Now 56 years old, Zamora is incarcerated at Lansing Correctional Facility-Central and his custody level is maximum. He is eligible for a parole hearing in October, and his earliest possible release date is Nov. 1.

The Great Bend Tribune reported on Zamora’s initial arrest. Zamora, then a 33-year-old Great Bend resident, molested ...

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