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Ks. homicide suspect caught after shooting deputy

Suspect surrendered after an overnight standoff

Associated Press

BLUE RAPIDS, Ks. — A former Wichitan accused of shooting a Marshall County sheriff's deputy Monday gave
up Tuesday after an overnight standoff.

Stephen A. Macomber, 43, surrendered at around 6:45 a.m. after spending the night at a woman's home in
Blue Rapids.

Macomber was sentenced in 1987 to 38 to 85 years in prison for four robberies, including the Sept. 23,
1985, holdup of a Wendy's restaurant at 5510 E. Central. Store worker Randy Atterberry was shot in the
heart during that robbery but survived.

Read more at Kansas.com.


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