WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A Wichita man was sentenced to three years in prison today after an officer shooting followed by an hours-long standoff near 45th and Arkansas.

Police say on August 7, 2022, officers responded to a domestic violence disturbance call in the 4800 block of N. Seneca. A 911 caller reported a family member was damaging vehicles on their property.

The suspect, 40-year-old Travis Davis, left the scene before the officers arrived. Officers learned that before leaving the scene, he had damaged the windows of two vehicles with an axe. 

When officers arrived, he barricaded himself in a shed, armed with handguns.

After hours of trying to get him out peacefully, investigators say Davis kept shooting at officers through a garage door, hitting the SWAT vehicle that officers were hiding behind multiple times. Finally, he opened the door, still holding the gun.

That's when police say a SWAT officer with a rifle shot him in the torso. 

Davis pleaded guilty to aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, criminal discharge of a weapon, aggravated assault and criminal threat in April of 2023.

District Judge Chrystal Krier on Thursday sentenced Davis to 36 months in prison as well as 24 months of post-release. She also suggested Davis receive mental health counseling while he’s in the Kansas Department of Corrections.