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Weekend domestic dispute brings injuries, charges
08/20/2018

Travis George/Credit: Atchison Co Sheriff's Office

(KAIR)--A weekend Atchison domestic dispute sends an Atchison man to the hospital and then to jail.

Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson told MSC News 38-year-old Travis George suffered injuries in the altercation, and was arrested hours after it happened on numerous charges related to the disturbance. “It was at 9:30 Saturday night when officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 1700 block of Bluebird Court. There, we found a 32-year-old victim had reported that during the disturbance, she was attempting to leave the residence, in a vehicle, with her two small children when the 38-year-old suspect broke the rear window out of the SUV that she was in and climbed into the vehicle. The victim and the suspect ended up outside the vehicle and the victim, a short time later, was able to flee the area in that vehicle.”

Wilson said officers found George injured. “Officers did locate the suspect in the residence. He was taken by private vehicle, at that point, to the hospital for treatment of cuts and abrasions from the broken glass on the vehicle, and was subsequently taken into custody on a number of charges.”

George faces charges for criminal damage to property, domestic battery, criminal restraint, and endangering a child.

Following his arrest, George was booked into the Atchison County Jail.

George is in his first year as activities director at Horton High School.

His status with USD 430, following his arrest, isn't immediately known. Superintendent Jason Cline, following an emailed inquiry made by MSC News, issued a statement, saying, "USD 430 administration has been made aware of the arrest of Travis George.  However, as this is a private personnel matter, we are not at liberty to discuss details of how this matter may be discussed with the board or how, if at all, this arrest may impact Mr. George’s employment status."

 

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