Police and sheriff’s officers repeatedly knocked on Miranda Miller’s door, trying to serve protective orders against her over her 3-year-old son – and trying to check on the child, a police affidavit says. A sheriff’s deputy watched her rental home on South Vine. Police tried to “ping” her phone. Her boyfriend wouldn’t tell them where she or her 3-year-old son were, according to a police affidavit, released Tuesday. After about three months worth of efforts, police arrested Miller on Aug. 30.
Updated: 3:50 p.m.: The man shot at the Department of Revenue building at 21st and Amidon on Tuesday afternoon is an employee who may have been involved in an investigation of the suspected gunman earlier in the day, Wichita police said. The shooting took place around 2:40 p.m. inside of the taxation side of the building, which was involved in the investigation, Officer Charley Davidson said. Davidson said the employee, who is 35, was shot several times by the gunman, who then fled.
A state Department of Revenue employee was shot several times and critically wounded Tuesday afternoon allegedly by a man who “was losing everything” due to unpaid taxes. The shooting took place at around 2:40 p.m. on Tuesday inside the taxation side of the state office building at 21st and Amidon, Wichita police Officer Charley Davidson said. The 35-year-old man who was shot was involved in an investigation into the suspect, Davidson said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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