- Associated Press - Sunday, January 3, 2016

INDEPENDENCE, Kan. (AP) - A preliminary hearing is scheduled for next month for a man shot and wounded by police in southeastern Kansas after he allegedly fired at them.

The Parsons Sun (https://bit.ly/1RWSvX6) reports that 24-year-old Kenneth J. Jones of Parsons remains jailed on $1 million bond in Montgomery County. That’s where he’s charged with attempted second-degree murder and aggravated assault on a law officer.

Court papers show that the felony counts relate to a Nov. 5 confrontation between Jones and Coffeyville police, who were not injured.

It was not clear Sunday if Jones has an attorney.

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Information from: Parsons (Kan.) Sun, https://www.parsonssun.com


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