Newton police Lt. Craig Dunlavy said an officer responding to a domestic violence report at Prairie Estates mobile home park was confronted by a man “brandishing a weapon” after arriving around 4 p.m.
Newton police Lt. Craig Dunlavy said an officer responding to a domestic violence report at Prairie Estates mobile home park was confronted by a man “brandishing a weapon” after arriving around 4 p.m. Amy Renee Leiker The Wichita Eagle
Newton police Lt. Craig Dunlavy said an officer responding to a domestic violence report at Prairie Estates mobile home park was confronted by a man “brandishing a weapon” after arriving around 4 p.m. Amy Renee Leiker The Wichita Eagle

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