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Kinsley man charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
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LARNED — A Kinsley man is free on bond following charges related to an alleged incident of aggravated assault against four juveniles in Larned in October.  

Pawnee County Attorney Doug McNett issued a news release Friday morning stating Bryce Allen Boman, 21 of Kinsley, had been bound over Wednesday in the Pawnee County District Court on four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. According to testimony from the four juveniles to Pawnee County Magistrate Judge Julie Cowell, Boman allegedly pointed a handgun at them the evening of Oct. 12 as they were leaving the Larned Schnack Park skate park. Cowell scheduled arraignment for Feb. 28, 2020. 

Boman could face a prison sentence between 11 and 34 months if convicted, depending on his criminal history. According to Kansas law, if a firearm is used to commit any person felony, the offender’s sentence shall be presumed imprisonment, 

As a condition of his bond, Cowell ordered Boman to surrender all of his firearms to law enforcement. 

Editor's note: This Dec. 20, 2019 article was updated on Dec. 26 to correct the spelling of Boman.