In this photo from Jan. 21, 1985, Wichita police Officer Terry Morrow empties bullets from the pockets of 14-year-old James Alan Kearbey. Morrow arrested Kearbey about an hour after Kearbey killed one person and injured three others in a shooting at Goddard Junior High.
In this photo from Jan. 21, 1985, Wichita police Officer Terry Morrow empties bullets from the pockets of 14-year-old James Alan Kearbey. Morrow arrested Kearbey about an hour after Kearbey killed one person and injured three others in a shooting at Goddard Junior High. Steve Harper Eagle file photo
In this photo from Jan. 21, 1985, Wichita police Officer Terry Morrow empties bullets from the pockets of 14-year-old James Alan Kearbey. Morrow arrested Kearbey about an hour after Kearbey killed one person and injured three others in a shooting at Goddard Junior High. Steve Harper Eagle file photo

A school shooting in Goddard, 30 years later

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