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Kansas City shootings: Two adults charged with murder

The prosecutor in charge of the investigation into the shooting that left one dead and 22 injured during the Super Bowl parade in Kansas City, USA, on February 14, announced on Tuesday that two adults have been charged with Murder was charged.

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“Two Kansas City men are charged with murder and other crimes in connection with the murder and non-fatal shooting outside Union Station last Wednesday,” the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office in Missouri, central United States, said in a statement.

“Dominic M. Miller, of Kansas City, and Lyndell Mays, of Raytown, each face one count of second-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon,” states the press release from District Attorney Jean Peters Baker’s office.

Both men were in the parade celebrating the Chiefs' Super Bowl victory and were armed with firearms. “A verbal altercation ensued and shots were fired, with no regard for the thousands of other people in the area,” the statement said.

Bail was set at $1 million for the two defendants, who face life in prison.

Charges had already been brought against two minors in this case on Friday. These two suspects, whose identities have not been revealed, are stranded in a detention center for juvenile offenders and are currently being prosecuted for weapons possession and refusal to comply.

Tens of thousands of people were celebrating the victory of the American football team Kansas City Chiefs when shots were fired near the Union Station parking lot near the end of the celebration.

Authorities counted a total of 22 injured and one death, that of Lisa Lopez, a 43-year-old radio host.