Topeka woman cleared of all charges after shots fired in domestic dispute

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – A Shawnee County judge has cleared a Topeka woman of all charges related to a May 5, 2020 domestic dispute investigation.

Hunter Stubblefield

Hunter L. Stubblefield, 21, originally faced assault, firearm and burglary charges related to shots fired in a trailer park in central Topeka. A judge dismissed her court case and all charges in an Oct. 7 preliminary hearing.

Officers went to 1919 SE Adams St. around 4 a.m., May 5, on reports of shots fired in an area trailer park. They said the shots came from a domestic dispute inside a trailer home where an infant was present. The gunfire did not hit anyone, and the shooter had left the scene by the time officers arrived.

Topeka police later found Stubblefield and another person near Southwest 10th Avenue and Frazier that they believed were involved in the dispute. They took the duo, as well as an infant, to the Law Enforcement Center for interviews and then booked Stubblefield into the Shawnee County Department of Corrections. Stubblefield has since been released after her case was dismissed.

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