Family dispute turns to gun fire in New Sarpy

Suspects turns himself in next day after shooting

A man accused of firing shots at a family member in New Sarpy on Dec. 27 turned himself in a day later.

Kentrell Jenkins, also known as “Trell,” turned himself in to deputies at Nelson Coleman Corrections Center Dec. 28 on a warrant for aggravated assault with a firearm and illegal use of a firearm stemming from his involvement in an altercation, said St. Charles Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Pat Yoes.

Witnesses identified Jenkins, 36, shooting multiple times at a vehicle driven by Darryl Sumlin on Eighth St. in New Sarpy, Yoes said. No one was injured during the incident.

After the shots were fired, Jenkins was seen fleeing from the scene, moving toward East Harding Street, Yoes said.

Sumlin was previously arrested for his involvement in the incident.  Jenkins is being currently held in prison on a $100,000 bond.


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