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"The couple had been working with the landlord on a problem with the heater at their residence. The girlfriend told police that the couple was exchanging messages with him about the heater and possible solutions before his responses became aggressive. She also told police that the landlord started to attack the victim without provocation after arriving at the residence and threatened to "kill you" before the attack with a hunting knife, according to a the probable cause statement."
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, landlord faces two felony charges, second-degree murder and armed criminal action, in connection with the death of one of his tenants . Clay County prosecutors Monday charged Gordan McBeth, 44, after he allegedly stabbed Darryl Gilland to death during an argument about heating at the residence.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Clay County prosecutors charged a man with second-degree murder after witnesses said he stabbed his tenant more than 30 times because the victim complained about a heating issue. According to court documents, 44-year-old Gordon McBeth showed up at his rental property on October 22 to confront 28-year-old Darryl Gilland and his girlfriend .
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