A man once linked to the killings of several women in the Kansas City area is back in prison. Gregory Breeden, who served two-thirds of a ten-year sentence for passing bad checks, was released on parole to a halfway house last month. He’s now been sent back to prison on parole violations. The state parole board is expected to complete an investigation next week to decide on allegations that Breeden failed to seek employment and that he violated halfway house rules. Breeden was once investigated in the deaths of seven teenagers whose bodies were found in the Missouri River between 1982 and 1994. He was charged in one of the deaths but that charge was later dropped.