Thursday, February 14, 2019
ALLEGED SHOOTER CONFESSED 'I LET THE FIRE GO' KANSAS CITY POLICE REPORT!!! FEMALE SUSPECTS CAPTURED AFTER CENTRAL 'ACADEMY OF EXCELLENCE' DEADLY GUNFIGHT KILLS TEEN GIRL!!!
Today's charges and a realization that the quotient of violence continues to ramp up this year.
Here are the highlights . . .
"Two Kansas City women, 18 and 21 years old, have been charged with second-degree murder and other felony counts in connection with the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old girl outside the Central Academy of Excellence.
Police say it all started as an argument at a high school basketball game.
According to court records filed on Thursday, KC police were dispatched to the 3200 block of Indiana Avenue on a shooting on Tuesday.
Approximately four 9MM shell casings were located at the scene just west of the entrance doors to the school. Video surveillance showed one of the suspects exited the school, entered the front right passenger seat of an older gray or light silver minivan, got out, then went back to the van. The suspect then got out once more, took a shooting stance, and fired around five gunshots towards the direction of the victim who had just exited the doors of the school. The suspect then fled the area in the van northbound on Indiana Avenue.
The SUSPECT said she had been concerned about the safety of her friends. However, the video showed they were 150-feet apart when the shooter began to fire.
She added she wished she had left and that she might have overreacted. "I let the fire go," she told police, referring to gunfire."
Check the links:
KSHB: 2 charged in death of teen at Central Academy of Excellence
KMBC: Witnesses say the suspected shooter and the victim, An'Janique Wright, were involved in a fight during a basketball game inside the school. The suspect was escorted out of the school by security. A few minutes later, Wright walked out of the door and was shot.
KCTV5: 2 women charged in fatal shooting of 15-year-old outside KC high school
Developing . . .