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Coulee City man arrested after shot fired

A 29-year-old Coulee City man was in the Grant County Jail after allegedly firing a rifle, causing Coulee City schools to lock down temporarily Friday morning, the county sheriff’s office reported.

David E. Chapman was arrested without incident Friday morning at his home in a trailer park in the 36800 block of Road I.8 Northeast in Coulee City.

Chapman is alleged to have pointed a rifle at his brother during an argument at the home Thursday night. That incident was not reported until Friday morning, when a witness told deputies Chapman stepped out of his RV around 7:30 a.m. with a rifle and fired one shot. The witness wasn’t certain where Chapman was aiming.

A spent shell casing and a rifle were found inside Chapman’s RV.

Chapman was jailed on suspicion of “one count of second-degree assault-domestic violence” and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, the sheriff’s office said.

Nobody was injured.

Fund-raiser

was successful

The local chamber of commerce brought in a little over $12,000 when all the bills are paid for the organization’s Dec. 5, Vintners & Brewers Tasting and Auction, members were told at last Thursday’s chamber meeting.

Meeting

canceled

Coulee Dam has canceled its Wednesday, Dec. 23, council meeting. The next council meeting will be Jan. 13 at 6 p.m.

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