Kansas City parade shooting suspects charged as juveniles, their identities kept secret

Authorities have officially charged the two shooting suspects involved in the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade. Prosecutors are charging the two as juveniles despite previously confirming they would charge them both as adults.

Authorities have charged the pair with resisting arrest and weapons offenses, according to the Daily Mail. However, police say they are planning to press charges in the future. They are currently investigating the situation.

“It is anticipated that additional charges are expected in the future as the investigation by the Kansas City Police Department continues,” the Juvenile Officer’s Office said in a statement.

As for their identities, they have not been revealed. Under state law, private information is not publicly available in juvenile cases. As such, unless authorities charge them as adults (still a possibility in the case of a serious crime), the public will not know their identities.

Authorities determined that a third suspect was not related to the shooting. A day of celebration for the city turned into tragedy. Investigators determined that a personal dispute between a group led to the shooting. They do not believe it was an act of terrorism nor do they believe the shooters intentionally attacked the parade.

Kansas City residents shaken by parade shooting

Many are still picking up the pieces. In total, the shots injured 22 people, half of them children under 16 years of age. The shooting shook the crowd gathered in front of Union Station. One person also died.

Lisa López-Galván attended the parade with her family when she became caught up in the gun violence. Unfortunately, López-Galván died from her injuries. López-Galván, a staple of the local community, hosted the radio show. Texan flavor on radio station KKFI-FM. Listeners knew her as Lisa G.

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Furthermore, she was also the mother of two children. Her son Marc was also injured during the shooting. López Galván’s brother said her nephew was hospitalized as a result of her injuries. The family started a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for expenses related to her death.

So far, the community has joined the community. Music icon Taylor Swift herself donated $100,000 to the family’s campaign.

Police are currently reviewing their findings to determine charges.

Chief Graves said, “Our investigators have been dedicated to this investigation and it continues. “We will not give in until all those who participated in these crimes are arrested so that they can be punished to the fullest extent of the law.”

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Source: vcmp.edu.vn

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