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POTWIN, Kansas – A shooting that was first called accidental may not have been an accident after all.
It happened Sunday in the small town of Potwin in Butler County.
On Monday, 31-year-old Brooke Logobardi was charged with aggravated battery.
Sheriff Kelley Herzet says Logobardi was in an argument with her husband, 49-year-old Richard, about their children.
They were outside of the home, when the sheriff said she pulled a gun and fired several shots.
The victim was hit from behind in the upper left shoulder and rushed to a Wichita hospital.
In the 911 call, both Richard and Brooke could be heard saying it was an accidental shooting but the sheriff says he has evidence that says otherwise.
The couple’s four children are now staying with family members.