Iraq war veteran Shawn Dunbar, 25, was a victim of mistaken identity when arrested on assault charges in connection with a fight in Kansas.  JIM BECKEL - THE OKLAHOMAN
Iraq war veteran Shawn Dunbar, 25, was a victim of mistaken identity when arrested on assault charges in connection with a fight in Kansas. JIM BECKEL - THE OKLAHOMAN

Fund established to help disabled Iraq war veteran in Stillwater arrested after mistaken identity

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A bank fund was established to help a disabled former soldier pay off a debt created after he was mistakenly arrested for an assault in Junction City, Kan. The fund for Shawn Dunbar was set up after several people asked about helping once they saw his story Sunday in The Oklahoman and on NewsOK.com.
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