Sumner County SWAT team help in standoff in Winfield this morningOctober 01, 2013 Cueball
By Shane Farley, Newscow.net — Sumner County SWAT team were called in to help in a situation in Winfield this morning that involved a standoff in the 1400 block of E. Ninth.
Winfield Police are reporting shots were fired at one point, but not at anyone, according to dispatchers. The area was secured.
Ark City police expect to issue a statement soon regarding a standoff that occurred early this morning in Ark City. It ended peacefully.
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