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KS man jailed in Richardson Co on multiple charges
09/14/2018

(KLZA)--A Haysville, Kansas man is jailed in Richardson County on multiple charges, accused of threatening a sheriff's deputy and another man with a knife.

42-year-old Markus Wayne Totten was arrested by the Richardson County Sheriff's Department shortly after 8:30 Thursday morning.

He is being held on two counts of terroristic threats, two counts of use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony and resisting arrest.

Totten was in a vehicle that was pursued out of Nemaha County, Kansas into Richardson County by a sheriff's deputy for a traffic violation.

After the pursit ended, Totten allegedly made terroristic threats with a knife to the driver of the vehicle and the Nemaha County deputy.

The arrest report alleges Totten also resisted arrest.

No additional details were released.

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