Cass County deputies said they found four bullet holes allegedly made by Ryan Martin at his home on East Zook Street in Gunn City on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. Records said there were three large diameter bullet holes in the window glass as well as one hole in the siding just below the window of a bedroom occupied by Martin’s infant son. Martin told authorities that he shot at a person he believed to breaking into his house.
Cass County deputies said they found four bullet holes allegedly made by Ryan Martin at his home on East Zook Street in Gunn City on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. Records said there were three large diameter bullet holes in the window glass as well as one hole in the siding just below the window of a bedroom occupied by Martin’s infant son. Martin told authorities that he shot at a person he believed to breaking into his house. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com
Cass County deputies said they found four bullet holes allegedly made by Ryan Martin at his home on East Zook Street in Gunn City on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. Records said there were three large diameter bullet holes in the window glass as well as one hole in the siding just below the window of a bedroom occupied by Martin’s infant son. Martin told authorities that he shot at a person he believed to breaking into his house. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com

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