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Authorities Evacuate Fredonia Neighborhood Searching For Suspect

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WILSON COUNTY, KS -

Wilson County Sheriff's Office is looking for man involved in a domestic violence incident.  According to Wilson County Sheriff's Office authorities received a report about a domestic violence incident inside a vehicle around 7 p.m. Wednesday evening. The incident began in Montgomery County traveling into Wilson County.  

Investigators report a vehicle driving through a county roundabout was involved in domestic assault.  Witnesses state a man hit a female driver in the face and caused injury.  A separate vehicle left the road to avoid a crash. 

The victim reported to authorities that the man was located inside a home in Fredonia on the 800 block of North 7th St.. Wilson County Sheriff's Office, Fredonia Police, and Kansas Highway Patrol Special Response Team set up a perimeter around the residents. The neighborhood was evacuated as a safety measure. 

A search warrant was obtained around 4:30 a.m. but the suspect was not inside the home. 

Authorities are looking for the suspect involved.  The investigation is ongoing at this time. 

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