Garden City Man Arrested After Disturbance at Liquor Store

Judd WeilMay 25, 2021

Travis Charles Champ, 40, of Garden City, after causing a two-hour disturbance at a liquor store was arrested by Garden City Police Department and charged with Aggravated Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer with a Deadly Weapon, Disorderly Conduct, and Nuisance Deposit on May 21.


At around 8:30 p.m., GCPD were dispatched to Buffalo Liquor on 111 N 4th Street in reference to a man causing a disturbance.


Upon arrival, officers made contact with Champ, where he began shouting at officers and obtained a broken beer bottle.


According to a GCPD press release, “Champ allegedly motioned the bottle towards officers with the bottle in hand.”


After officers gave commands to drop the bottle, Champ complied and was taken into custody without incident.


Later investigation revealed Champ was at Buffalo Liquor for approximately two hours, where he broke a beer bottle in the parking lot and waved it around while yelling, causing alarm to customers and an employee of the business.


Champ was lodged in the Finney County Jail.

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