Wichita gentleman arrested around condominium parking great deal fight: cops


Crown Chase Flats on Ridge Street

The Wichita Eagle

Wichita police say a 32-year-outdated guy is in jail after he used a gun to threaten a lady for the duration of a battle that commenced as they both tried out to get into the condominium sophisticated parking whole lot where he life.

Mitchell Dean Jensen of Wichita was booked into the Sedgwick County Jail at 1:36 a.m. Thursday, online jail inmate records display. He’s remaining held on suspicion of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm when under the impact of alcohol or medication, police explained in a information release.

His bond is set at $50,000.

Police say Jensen pulled a handgun all through “a verbal disturbance” with two women as they all entered the parking ton of the Crown Chase Flats, 1010 N. Ridge Street, at all around 9:50 p.m. Wednesday. The ladies are 30 and 50.

Jensen adopted the women in the course of the struggle “and pointed a handgun at the 30-12 months-outdated,” the police information release said.

Law enforcement sent to investigate a disturbance with a gun call at the apartment intricate identified Jensen at just one of the apartments and arrested him without any challenges. Officers also located a handgun in the course of their investigation, the launch reported.

No one particular was harm.

Police say investigators plan to current their conclusions to the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office environment, which will make a decision irrespective of whether to go after official prices against Jensen.

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Amy Renee Leiker has been reporting for The Wichita Eagle since 2010. She covers crime, courts and breaking information and updates the newspaper’s on the net databases. She’s a mom of a few and enjoys to browse in her non-function time. Attain her at 316-268-6644 or at [email protected]

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