Two juveniles charged in shooting at KC Chiefs’ parade

Two juveniles have been charged in connection with the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl rally, authorities confirmed on Friday. The Jackson County Family Court announced that the juveniles are being held in detention on gun-related and resisting arrest charges. Further charges are expected as the investigation progresses.

The shooting, which occurred outside Union Station, left 22 others injured and KKFI-FM “Taste of Tejano” host Lisa Lopez-Galvan dead. Despite the presence of over 800 police officers, the violence erupted, prompting a scramble for safety among attendees. Meanwhile, the city is grappling with the aftermath of the tragedy as officials consider the implications for future events like the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day parade. In the wake of the shooting, the community has rallied together, with individuals and public figures, including Taylor Swift, offering support and donations to the deceased victim and her family.

Jackson County Prosecutor Press Release

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