JUNCTION CITY (KSNT) – The Junction City Police Department says they have arrested a 43-year old Junction City man on suspicion of attempted murder and attempted aggravated robbery.
Lt. Jeff Childs of the Junction City Police Department tells Kansas First News that on September 22, at 8:26 p.m., members of the Junction City Police Department were dispatched to the area of the 800 block of South Washington St. in Junction City in reference to a subject that had been shot.
The victim was identified as 25-year old Angel Gonzales-Cintron of Junction City, reported that during a disturbance that had taken place in the parking lot of the Budget Host Motel and that he had been shot. It was learned that the victim received a superficial wound to his neck area and he declined medical treatment. The suspect had fled the scene and was not located.
During the investigation, a suspect was identified as Jerome A. Glaspie, 43, of Junction City. On Monday, Glaspie was located and arrested in reference to this incident. He was charged with attempted murder and attempted aggravated robbery. He was confined at the Geary County Detention Center without bond and should have a first appearance in the Geary County District Court on Tuesday.