Two suspects charged with murder in connection to Kansas Super Bowl shooting | Latest News

According to prosecutors and court documents, Dominic Miller and Lyndell Mays are facing charges of second-degree murder in connection with a shooting in Kansas City that resulted in one death and more than 20 injuries.

The shooting occurred on the fringes of a Super Bowl victory rally, leading to a confrontation between the two men and others. The violence erupted following an argument over eye contact, with Mays and Miller both allegedly drawing weapons, ultimately resulting in the death of Elizabeth Lopez-Galvan and numerous other victims.

In addition to Mays and Miller, two teenagers have also been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting. The ages of the two men have not been disclosed, but court records suggest that Mays is in his early 20s and Miller is 18 or 19.

The shooting occurred near the city’s Union Station, following a parade and rally celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory in the Super Bowl. The incident marks at least the 48th mass shooting in the US in 2024, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

If convicted of second-degree murder in Missouri, Mays and Miller could face a prison sentence of 10 to 30 years, or life.

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