Shooting at KS. National Guard Armory leaves one dead, one injured, 1 arrested www.privateofficer.com
Junction City KS Aug 19 2012 Police say they have arrested a man they say is responsible for a shooting at the National Guard Armory,500 block of Airport Road in Junction City that left one man dead and an woman critically hurt.
WIBW reports Sterling D. Hickman, 33, of Junction City, was arrested on charges of first degree murder and aggravated battery.
He is accused of shooting Antonio Maxwell and Jamaica Chism during a party Saturday morning at the armory.
Chism, 30, also of Junction City, was flown to a Topeka hospital, where she underwent surgery for a gunshot wound to the stomach area. She remains in critical condition.
Officials say Maxwell. 25, died from his injuries and Chism remains hospitalized in critical condition.
Hickman is scheduled to make his first appearance on Monday. No bond has been set.
The shooting is under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call Junction City police at 785-762-TIPS. The investigation is ongoing.