Video surveillance, Facebook posts, subpoenas and interviews with co-workers were used by the Kansas Bureau of investigation to acquire four search warrants in the case of former Marshall County Clerk Sonya Stohs on April 3.

The search warrants, which were for Stohs’ person, vehicle, residence and office, were served on the morning of April 4. Stohs was interviewed that day and provided KBI agents with information that lead to a fifth search warrant for her spouse’s residence, which was served that evening, according to the affidavit filed by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation to obtain the final search warrant.