Creston man shot, killed in Kansas; attorney rules self defense
SOUTH HAVEN, Kan. — A man who was shot and killed in Sumner County after he threatened a farmer and his 17-year-old son has been identified through a check of fingerprints, the Sumner County sheriff said late Tuesday afternoon.
The man, who was wanted by Iowa authorities stemming from a drug violation there, was identified as 42-year-old Joseph Lamasters, of Creston, Iowa.
The fingerprint identification was completed at the Forensic Science Center in Wichita, where an autopsy was performed after the shooting, said Sheriff Darren Chambers.
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