Alleged 'Warning Shot' Proved Deadly During Midtown Kansas City Traffic Fight

A tragic early morning interaction that likely could have been avoided ended in a homicide this week.

Here's the backstory on the circumstances preceding the deadly gunfire . . .

"While waiting for a search warrant, court documents show THE SUSPECT walked up to detectives and said he was driving the car when he heard a crash. He rolled down his window and asked the person standing nearby if he was crazy. THE SUSPECT said the victim smashed his window so he fired a warning shot, which hit the victim, killing him."

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Kansas City man accused of firing 'warning shot,' killing victim

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Prosecutors charged a Kansas City man with killing a man Wednesday morning. Andrew Harold Bostic, 62, faces armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon charges. The criminal complaint shows Kansas City police officers responded to a call at East Armour Boulevard and Broadway Boulevard around 5 a.m.