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Kan. police use Taser on man who hit officers

Cops used a Taser to subdue an intoxicated man after he struck two officers in the face

By Phil Anderson
Topeka Capital-Journal

TOPEKA, Kan. — Topeka police on Thursday morning used a Taser to subdue an intoxicated man after he struck two officers in the face just west of downtown, authorities said.

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The incident unfolded around 9 a.m. near a city sidewalk construction project at S.W. 2nd and Fillmore, police said.

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