TOPEKA, Kan. — A man is in custody after a shooting at a gas station and a four-hour standoff at a house in central Topeka.
Police say 51-year-old Daniel Lynn Cregut was booked into jail Monday night on several charges, including four counts of attempted murder.
Officers went to a gas station after a woman called to say she was being chased by a man with a gun.
Police say that man fired into the store and a bystander, 35-year-old Bryon Snyder, was shot. He is in critical but stable condition at a Topeka hospital.
Lt. John Sturgeon says after the shooting, police tracked Cregut to the home. The standoff ended when Cregut came out of the house without incident.
Police are involved in a standoff with a man who allegedly shot someone at a Topeka convenience store.
WIBW-TV reports that early Monday afternoon, a suspect chased a woman into a BP gas station in Topeka. He reportedly shot at her, but hit a store customer instead.
That victim was transported to an area hospital with serious injuries. He's been identified as Bryon Snyder, an employee at Stormont-Vail HealthCare in Topeka. He's listed in critical but stable condition.
Police tell WIBW that the suspect is cornered in a neighborhood, and that the SWAT team has been called in.
The woman being chased was not hurt. She's being questioned by police.
SWAT team on scene at SW Washburn and SW Huntoon (WIBW/Ariana Cohen)