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Man pleads guilty in shooting at Wichita store

Published on -4/2/2013, 7:06 AM

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- A 27-year-old man will be sentenced May 19 after pleading guilty in a shooting at a Burlington Coat Factory in Wichita.

Jake Jacobs pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of aggravated assault for shooting at a security guard who asked him if he planned to pay for a drink he took from a store refrigerator. The guard was not injured.

KFDI reports (http://bit.ly/XaFOLc ) Jacobs aimed his gun at other customers during the incident last August. No one was hurt.

Wichita police used a Taser on Jacobs as he struggled during his arrest.

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