Kansas City 2023 Homicide #181: Gunfire Victim Found In Garage Dies From Injuries

This year's historic Kansas City, Missouri homicide count continues to climb with less than 48 hours remaining in 2023. 

Here's an aftermath report and more deadly shooting confronting residents of this town.

Check the first report:

Homicide 3300 block of Askew - LATE DEATH

Thursday morning (12/28) about 3:30am officers were dispatched to the 3300 block of Askew on a medical call. The caller advised that the victim, an adult male, had unknown injuries and was unresponsive and in the garage of a residence there.

Officers and EMS arrived and began treatment of the victim. The victim was transported to the hospital in critical condition. No one who was at the scene when officers arrived was able to provide any indication of what led up to the victim being injured.

Upon arrival at the hospital it was determined by medical personnel that the victim had a gunshot injury and remained in critical condition.

The circumstances surrounding the victim’s injuries were suspicious enough to warrant a criminal investigation. Assault unit detectives began investigating the case and have continued to do so.

Tonight (12/29) detectives were notified that the victim died from his injuries. Homicide detectives have taken over the investigation and this case will be investigated as a homicide.

The victim has been identified as Moss, Daniel BM 11-04-92

If anyone has any information they are asked to contact Homicide detectives directly at 816-234-5043 or the TIPS Hotline anonymously at 816-474-TIPS. There is a reward of up to $25,000 for information submitted anonymously to the TIPS hotline.

We are committed to assisting victims of violent crimes through use of Missouri’s Protection Program for Victims/Witnesses of Violent Crime. Funding for temporary, or even permanent relocation, may be available but is subject to pre-approval by the State’s administering agency.

We are working with Partners for Peace in all our homicide investigations to monitor risks for retaliation and provide social services to affected residents.

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