Kansas City Shooting: Two Men Charged with Murder for Super Bowl Parade Incident

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Two men have been charged with murder following a deadly shooting at the Super Bowl victory parade in Kansas City. A woman was killed and 22 others were injured during the shooting, which was reported to have stemmed from an argument between the two men.

The charged men, identified as Dominic Miller and Lyndell Mays, were also shot and wounded during the incident. In addition to the two men, two teenagers were charged with gun and resisting arrest violations last week.

Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker of Jackson County announced at a press conference that the two men have been charged with second-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon. According to Peters Baker, Mays was the one who instigated the argument and drew a handgun, leading to the tragic turn of events.

Further emphasizing the severity of the situation, officials revealed that others also drew guns during the incident. It is believed that Miller, one of the charged men, was the person who shot and killed Lisa Lopez Galvan, 43, during the shooting.

Both men are currently being held on a $1 million bond and are recovering in the hospital from their injuries. Meanwhile, the family of Ms. Lopez Galvan expressed their gratitude for the arrest of the two suspects, acknowledging the efforts of law enforcement to seek justice for their loved one and the other shooting victims.

In addition to the charges brought against the two men, two teenagers were also charged last week, emphasizing the gravity of the situation and the ongoing investigation into the shooting. Prosecutor Peters Baker stated that further charges may follow as the investigation progresses.

The shooting left 22 people wounded, with ages ranging from eight to 47, according to Kansas City police. This incident is just one of several that have taken place at sports celebrations across the US in recent memory, underlining the need for increased security and preventive measures at such events.