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18-Year-Old Alleged Kansas City Parade Shooter Indicted On Four Felony Charges

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By Favour Adegoke on June 8, 2024 at 2:00 PM EDT

Dominic Miller, one of the suspects in the Kansas City Chiefs parade shooting, has been indicted on four felony charges. This comes almost three months after Lyndell Mays, another alleged shooter in the Kansas City incident, was also indicted on felony charges.

The men are accused of second-degree murder for the shooting at the KC parade. Surveillance footage and affidavits detail the altercation and subsequent gunfire.

Dominic Miller initially denied involvement in the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting but confessed after video evidence emerged.

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Kansas City Parade Alleged Shooter Indicted On Four Felony Charges

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According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, a grand jury has indicted Miller on four felony charges.

The grand jury indictment charges Miller with one count of second-degree felony murder, one count of unlawful use of a weapon, and two counts of armed criminal action due to his role in the shooting incident.

The 18-year-old is allegedly the shooter who fired the gun that took the life of a local radio host, Lisa Lopez-Galvan.

Prior to his indictment, Miller had been hospitalized due to injuries sustained during the shootout.

After nearly three months in the hospital, he was eventually booked into jail on May 6. According to KCTV, Miller's arraignment is set for Monday, June 10, at 2 p.m.

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Gunmen At the Super Bowl Rally Shooting Faces Multiple Charges

Another alleged Kansas City parage shooter, Lyndell Mays, was indicted in March for the same felony charges as Miller.

According to the Associated Press, a police affidavit revealed that both Mays and Miller were strangers from two different groups who started shooting at each other due to an argument.

The fight allegedly began when the two parties got bothered by a staredown by individuals from each group.

Surveillance footage from the scene showed Mays and another person approaching the opposing group. Mays was the first to shoot despite being surrounded by a crowd, including children.

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Additionally, Mays admitted to detectives that he "hesitated shooting because he knew there were kids there." However, he claims he started firing after someone in the other group threatened him, saying: "I'm going to get you."

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More Details Of The Kansas City Shooting

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According to AP, the police affidavit revealed that Mays randomly targeted someone from the opposing group as they fled.

Miller, who was in the opposing group, initially claimed he ran after hearing gunfire and was shot in the back but later confessed to shooting four to five times after being shown video evidence.

Miller's gunfire allegedly killed Lopez-Galvan, who was at the scene to watch the Kansas City Chiefs rally, officials confirmed.

Commenting on the charges, Jackson County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said: "I do want you to understand: We seek to hold every shooter accountable for their actions on that day. Every single one."

He added: "So while we're not there yet on every single individual, we're going to get there."

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Families Of Kansas City Shooting Gunmen Set Up Fundraisers For Hospital Bills

After the shootout at the Kansas City Super Bowl parade, both gunmen were hospitalized, and relatives of Miller launched fundraisers for his hospital bills.

Jamie Batres, Miller's mother, posted on Classful seeking funds for transportation to visit her son, sharing photos of him in his hospital bed.

She wrote on the site: "Kansas City Chiefs victim 18 years old fighting for his life. Mother is from Wichita Kansas and needs help with a hotel, food, and transportation to get back and forth to the hospital."

"He is still in ICU fighting for his life," she added, per the DailyMail.

Batres reportedly received no donations towards her $1,000 goal, and Miller's sister, Haylee Scott, who created a GoFundMe for hospital expenses, as "times would be tough," raised $85 before it was removed.

Similarly, the family of Mays, the other person accused, set up a fundraising page that has since been disabled.

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Tributes Pour In For Lisa Lopez-Galvan, Local Radio Host Killed In Kansas City Super Bowl Parade Shooting

Lopez-Galvan, who was fatally injured during the Kansas City Super Bowl parade shooting, was a mother of two and host of the local radio show "Taste of Tejano." She passed away during emergency surgery from a gunshot wound to the abdomen.

Her grieving family expressed gratitude to the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office and the Kansas City Police Department in a statement,  commending the "effort and dedicated hours spent to expeditiously investigate this senseless act of violence."

The family continued, "It is reassuring for our family and the entire community to know that this joint team effort has resulted in the identification of the suspects involved."

"Though it does not bring back our beloved Lisa, it is comforting to know that the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office and the KCPD made it a top priority to seek justice for Lisa, the other shooting victims, those who had to witness this tragedy unfold and the Kansas City community," the statement concluded.

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