Two Men Charged with Murder in Shooting at Kansas City Chiefs Parade

Two men were charged with murder for last week’s shooting, during the parade to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory, who were unknown men who pulled out their guns and began shooting, a few seconds after spark an argument, according to court documents released Tuesday.

Police said “two armed people” were arrested after the incident that took place near the Union Station train station. | Photo: 2024 Getty Images

During the confrontation, both men were shot, according to a statement filed with police. A video captured by surveillance cameras shows that Mays and a person who was with him approached the other group with an aggressive attitude, authorities said.

The video shows Mays was the first to start shooting, despite being surrounded by a crowd, including several children, according to a statement.

Mays told detectives that he “hesitated to shoot because he knew there were children there,” according to the statement. He told investigators that he began shooting after someone in the other group told him, “I’m coming for you.”

Initially, Miller told investigators that he and his friends started running after hearing the gunshots. He added that he had been shot in the back.

When investigators told Miller that video showed him pursuing and firing on someone in Mays’ group, Miller admitted to firing four or five shots, according to the statement.

A bullet allegedly fired from Miller’s gun killed Lisa López Galván, authorities said Tuesday. The woman was in a nearby group of people, watching the parade, according to one of the statements.

The Chiefs beat the 49ers in overtime and defend their title in the Super Bowl | Photo: 2024 Getty Images

The woman was host of the show “Taste of Tejano” on local radio station KKFI-FM and was known as Lisa G. The mother of two had deep roots in Kansas City and was one of the few Latina hosts in the area. .

Online court records do not list attorneys who could speak on behalf of the defendants. The Missouri State Public Defender’s Office reported that no requests for legal representation for either of the two subjects have been received from the Kansas City office.

The Chiefs celebrated their third Super Bowl title in five seasons, after beating the San Francisco 49ers in overtime in Las Vegas.

*With information from AP and AFP.

2024-02-21 02:11:25
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