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HomeCrimeKansas City Chiefs Parade Shooting, two adult suspects face murder charges

Kansas City Chiefs Parade Shooting, two adult suspects face murder charges

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Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves makes a public statement on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024, alongside Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas about the two additional suspects, who are adult males, being charged with murder for shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Parade on Feb. 16. (Photo – Kansas City Missouri Police Department website)

On Tuesday, prosecutors announced that two adult suspects are facing murder charges after a DJ was fatally shot at the victory parade of the Kansas City Chiefs in the city after they won the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas on February 11. Earlier, two juvenile suspects had faced separate charges for the shooting that killed one and injured 22.

Jackson County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker told reporters that Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller had been charged with murder. Mays argued with a person at the rally. He allegedly drew a handgun after there was an escalation in the argument. Others, including Miller, also drew their guns.

Peters Baker said that evidence showed that it was Miller’s gun that fatally shot a victim, who was identified as Lisa Lopez-Galvan. The 43-year-old mother of two was a local radio DJ.

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According to court documents, surveillance video shows Miller watching the argument between Mays and a person several feet away from them. He then pulls out a gun, chases someone, and begins to shoot, according to a probable cause statement from the police.

 

The statement also says that Lisa Lopez-Galvan was in a crowd of people, and Miller shot in that direction. He was also shot amid the chaos that followed and appeared to trip over a cone while he was firing his gun. He then fled from the scene of the shooting.

In surveillance video, Mays also approaches a group and chases one of its members, pointing a gun at him and appears to be shooting. He was also shot in the chaos and told the police that he drew his weapon as someone in the group told him, “I’m going to get you.”

Both Mays and Miller are facing second-degree murder and other lesser offenses. They are being held on a bond of $1 million.

Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves makes a public statement on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024 alongside Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas about the two additional suspects, who are adult males, being charged with murder for shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Parade on Feb. 16. (Photo – Kansas City Missouri Police Department website)

Baker also said they would “hold every shooter accountable for their actions” and were not there, but they would get there.

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The Lopez-Galvan family expressed gratitude for the charges against the suspects. In a statement, they said that although the arrests would not bring Lisa back, “the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office and the KCPD made it a top priority to seek justice for Lisa, the other shooting victims, those who had to witness this tragedy and the Kansas City Community.”

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