Dominic M. Miller : “Jackson County Prosecutor Charges Two Adults in Chiefs’ Parade Shooting”

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker has recently announced charges against two individuals in connection with the tragic mass shooting that occurred at Union Station following the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory rally on Wednesday, Feb. 14.

The two adults facing charges in this devastating incident have been identified as Dominic M. Miller from Kansas City, Missouri, and Lyndell Mays from Raytown, Missouri. Both men are now facing serious felony charges, including second-degree murder, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of weapons. These charges could potentially result in a life sentence for each of them. Currently, both Miller and Mays are being held on separate $1 million bonds.

The shooting at Union Station resulted in the tragic death of a 43-year-old mother of two, Elizabeth ‘Lisa’ Lopez-Galvan, and left 22 others injured, including the two men now facing charges. According to Jackson County prosecutors, the shooting stemmed from a verbal altercation and argument, with evidence suggesting that Mays was the first to pull out his weapon, which ultimately led to the death of Lopez-Galvan.

It is important to note that additional charges may be filed as the investigation into this horrific incident continues. Despite the arrest of these two individuals, the investigation remains ongoing, and authorities are working diligently to uncover all the details surrounding this senseless act of violence.

As the community grapples with the aftermath of this tragic event, our thoughts are with the victims and their families. Stay tuned for further updates as A to Z Sports continues to provide the latest information on this developing story.

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