Services have been scheduled for an Iowa boy allegedly killed by his father in Kansas. 11-year-old Levi Booth of Creston was found dead on the side of the Kansas Turnpike after allegedly being stabbed by his father Raymond and then struck by a vehicle. Services will be Sunday in the United Church of Diagonal. The Kansas City Star reports Levi’s mother grew up in the Diagonal and his family lived in Diagonal until two years ago. Ringgold County sheriff’s officials say a farmer found leg braces and a nearly complete set of clothing with Levi’s initials, just west of the interstate on Tuesday.
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