Man gets gun back after no charges filed in W. Wichita road-rage case

WICHITA, Kan. A case that raised one man's questions about gun owners' rights in Kansas ends with no charges filed and his gun returned to him.

Early this month, Eyewitness News spoke with Aaron Childress who says a road-rage incident at the corner of 21st and Maize Road wound up with him pulling a gun, but not pointing it at anyone. This happened in the parking lot of a Lowe's home Improvement Store.

Childress wasn't charged with a crime in connection with the incident, but police did confiscate his gun for him being "a suspect for aggravated assault."

This week, Childress says he has his gun back following his case's conclusion.

Thursday, Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett says he "reviewed facts and evidence in the case" and determined no charges would be filed against Childress.