Kansas City Rally House Gunfire Suspect Seyz He Didn't Intend To Shoot Worker

The aftermath of a Northland robbery isn't so surprising amid rising local crime and worsening property theft across the nation.

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Court documents filed in support of the charges allege 30-YEAR-OLD SUSPECT was spotted by employees carrying several clothing items in a suspicious manner for nearly 30 minutes before he walked past the cash registers without paying for 5-7 items worth roughly $300.

An employee caught up with Miller outside the store and grabbed his shoulder, at which point Miller turned around and fired one shot that struck the employee in the leg.

The employee was transported to an area hospital for treatment of injuries that were not life-threatening.

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