A man watching the practice at the park at 1901 S. Kansas confronted the coach about his son’s lack of playing time, lifting his shirt to display a handgun tucked into the waist of his pants, according to Wichita police. Moments later, five or six other men began beating up the 37-year-old coach, Lt. James Espinoza said.
A man watching the practice at the park at 1901 S. Kansas confronted the coach about his son’s lack of playing time, lifting his shirt to display a handgun tucked into the waist of his pants, according to Wichita police. Moments later, five or six other men began beating up the 37-year-old coach, Lt. James Espinoza said. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
A man watching the practice at the park at 1901 S. Kansas confronted the coach about his son’s lack of playing time, lifting his shirt to display a handgun tucked into the waist of his pants, according to Wichita police. Moments later, five or six other men began beating up the 37-year-old coach, Lt. James Espinoza said. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle

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