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Shotgun discharge leads to citation

(KAIR)--The discharge of a shotgun at an Atchison residence leads to a citation for an Atchison man.

According to a report from Atchison Police Captain Travis Eichelberger, 41-year-old Larry Holle was issued a notice to appear in Atchison Municipal Court for criminal discharge of a firearm inside the city limits.

According to Eichelberger, both Atchison Police and the Atchison Fire Department, were called to the 1500 block of Commercial Street following the Sunday evening report of a gas smell and what was called a loud “boom.”

According to the report, it was learned that Holle, around 6:00 Sunday evening, had been cleaning a shotgun when he negligently discharged the weapon.

No damaged gas line was discovered, and it’s believed the smell of the discharged weapon is what others inside the residence believed to be a gas smell.

No one was injured and the residence incurred what Eichelberger called “very minor damage.”

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