Possible Shooter at Super Bowl Parade

Authorities charged two juveniles with gun-related and resisting arrest crimes in the Super Bowl shooting but did not release any further details.

After apprehending three juveniles, police released one they determined was not involved in the shooting. Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves said the shooting “appeared to be a dispute between several people that ended in gunfire.” She said in a different press statement, “We will not relent until everyone who played a part in the crimes is apprehended.”

Although police haven’t confirmed if it was one of the people arrested, two men at the rally jumped on and held down someone with a gun.

After hearing a man yell to stop someone, Paul Contreras said he tackled a guy. The male that Contreras tackled was carrying a gun, and another bystander picked it up and then set it to the side during the takedown. Trey Filter piled on and told the AP, “We was like, We got him,” and started yelling, “There’s a gun!”

Bystanders caught the situation from multiple angles and posted it on social media, plus Fox4KC showed an image of the crime scene. Other people posted more photos from the event.

It appears the firearm had a 40-round magazine, and what looks like a red buffer tube (the back end where a stock would be on the gun in layman’s terms) was sticking out of one backpack. It’s hard to tell from the photos, but there is something worth questioning sticking out of the second backpack.

For now, we can only be sure of what’s floating around social media and bystander accounts, but time will tell if the police department releases information and official photos of who did it and what they used.

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