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Fried Meat Ball!
01-08-2005, 01:24 AM
Chiefs' Gansz Jr. pleads no contest in domestic case

The Kansas City Star


Chiefs special-teams coach Frank Gansz Jr. pleaded no contest Friday to disorderly conduct in connection with a domestic disturbance at his Overland Park home last summer.

Gansz, 42, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, but the sentence was suspended. He was initially charged in Johnson County District Court with a misdemeanor count of battery after police were called to his home last July 11. When police arrived, they heard a man yelling inside the house.

Officers entered the house and saw a woman crying. They determined that Gansz was the man they heard yelling, according to information provided to the judge Friday by Assistant District Attorney Veronica Bowden.

At Friday's hearing, Gansz pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct, and District Judge John Bennett found him guilty.

Tony Rizzo

Rausch
01-08-2005, 01:29 AM
Chiefs special-teams coach Frank Gansz Jr. pleaded no contest Friday to disorderly conduct in connection with a domestic disturbance at his Overland Park home last summer.

Gansz, 42, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, but the sentence was suspended. He was initially charged in Johnson County District Court with a misdemeanor count of battery after police were called to his home last July 11. When police arrived, they heard a man yelling inside the house.

Officers entered the house and saw a woman crying. They determined that Gansz was the man they heard yelling, according to information provided to the judge Friday by Assistant District Attorney Veronica Bowden.


Could'a been me after the Chiefs lost to the Texans.

I'm just saying...

Fried Meat Ball!
01-08-2005, 01:30 AM
Could'a been me after the Chiefs lost to the Texans.

I'm just saying...
And Carolina... and New Orleans... and Tampa Bay... and...