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KCK man guilty of Easton shooting

(KAIR)--A three-day jury trial for the Kansas City, Kansas man accused of shooting an Easton man in 2019 ends with a guilty verdict.

According to a release from Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson, 46-year-old Daniel Wayne Owens was found guilty Wednesday of attempted involuntary manslaughter.

A hearing related to sentencing for Owens is scheduled for November 12.

According to Thompson, Owens, on February 13, 2019, entered the Easton home of Danny Clark, and shot him multiple times in the head and neck.

Clark survived, and Owens fled from Kansas, but was later arrested in Nebraska.

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