Fairway Police Officer Dies After Mission, Kansas QuikTrip Shootout

Tonight we learn news of the tragic aftermath following weekend violence.

Here's the deadly suburban gunfire postscript that leads late evening Kansas City newscasts and will likely resonate across the nation . . .

Fairway police said 29-year-old Officer Jonah Oswald has died from his injuries. He was a 4-year veteran of the Fairway Police Department. The department said he leaves behind a wife and two young children.

Police said Oswald was one of many officers trying to arrest two suspects at a Mission QuikTrip when he was shot Sunday.

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Fairway officer dies after shootout with 2 suspects at Mission QuikTrip

Fairway, Kansas, Officer Jonah Oswald has died Monday after a shootout with two suspects at a QuikTrip in Mission over the weekend.

Fairway officer dies from injuries sustained in shootout Sunday at QuikTrip in Mission

The Fairway officer who was injured in a shootout at a QuikTrip in Mission Sunday morning has succumbed to his injuries, police said Monday night.

"I am heartbroken': Fairway police officer dies of injuries from shooting at QuikTrip

The officer was identified Monday night as Jonah Oswald, 29.