Women Upset Over Drug Deal Chase Men To Wichita Police Station

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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Two women are in custody after chasing two men to a police substation, who they say didn't pay for drugs.

It began shortly after 8 p.m. Monday in the 3000 block of South Seneca. According to police, two men were purchasing drugs from two women in a parking lot.

Police say the trouble began when the men didn't pay for the drugs, then drove away. The women then got into their car and began chasing them. At one point during the chase, the man driving a third car got out in the 2900 block of West Harry and shot at the fleeing men, but missed.

The men eventually arrived at the Patrol South substation in the 200 block of East Pawnee, and officers arrested the women, ages 22 and 23 for aggravated assault. They were also booked for child endangerment, because a four-year-old was also in their car.

The men, aged 20 and 21 have not been arrested, and officers have not located the man who fired at them. No one was hurt.


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