The scene of a fatal shooting and standoff with Lawrence Police remained under investigation Monday at trailer No. 107 at Mobile Village, 110 N. Mich. Marsha Lynn Mace, 36, died during Sunday's incident at the trailer.
Lawrence police ride a portable bucket truck to take photographs and inspect the trailer and carport of No. 107, at 110 N. Mich. at Mobile Village trailer park, where a standoff with police Sunday resulted in the shooting death of a 36-year-old women at the trailer. Lawrence police were on the scene investigating Monday.
Lawrence police come out of Mobile Village trailer at No. 108 at 110 N. Mich. after looking at a possible bullet hole from a shooting Sunday. The trailer is adjacent to trailer No. 107, visible above the carport at right, where a women was shot and killed by Lawrence police after a standoff Sunday at the trailer. The women had fired at least two times at the police. Lawrence police were on the scene investigating Monday.
Tiffany Standfield, pictured on the balcony of her apartment at Northwinds, 1311 George Court, lives near the Mobile Village trailer park and trailer No. 107 at 110 N. Mich., where she heard and observed Sunday's standoff between Lawrence Police and an occupant of trailer No. 107. The standoff resulted in the shooting death of Marsha Mace, 36, at the trailer. Lawrence Police were on the scene, visible through the trees at left, investigating Monday.
Sylvia Williams, pictured near her Mobile Village trailer at No. 108 at 110 N. Mich. was evacuated from her trailer Sunday during a standoff between Lawrence police and an occupant of trailer No. 107. trailer. The standoff resulted in the shooting death of a 36-year-old women at trailer No. 107. Williams recalled hearing several gunshots and watching as police positioned themselves around the trailer. Lawrence police were on the scene investigating Monday.