LaMasters' family not happy with Sumner County attorney's decision
SOUTH HAVEN, Kan. — The family of Joe LaMasters — who was shot in South Haven, Kan., on March 4 — is not satisfied with the Sumner County Attorney’s official report that was issued on March 22.
Kerwin Spencer, Sumner County attorney, determined that no charges will be brought against the 52-year-old Sumner County man who pulled the trigger on LaMasters, 42, of Creston on that Monday in early March.
“Those two men made a choice, they chose to leave the safety of their own home and go out and search for a man,” said LaMasters’ spouse, Tonya Brown on March 29. “I don’t know how that warrants self-defense.”
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