Super Bowl Parade Shooter Used Stolen Weapon

( – Four people have now been arrested over a shooting incident that marred the victory celebration of the Kansas City Chiefs in the Superbowl this year, with court documents indicating that one of the guns involved in the incident was reportedly a stolen firearm.

More than 20 people were wounded, and one died in the incident, which saw police arrest Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller, who were both charged with second-degree murder for the death of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother and local DJ. Miller and Mays also face charges of unlawful use of weapons as well as two counts of armed criminal action.

Miller and Mays did not know each other prior to the incident. Still, Mays – after changing his story – admitted being the first to pull out his firearm after being involved in an argument with a group of people, whom he claimed carried visible guns themselves. Mays had given the defense that he was “just being stupid” when he pulled out his gun and began shooting, also reasoning that he was “afraid for his life” despite reports that none of the other people involved in the argument pulled out any firearms or made any threatening statements. Mays’ act of pulling out his gun, however, ostensibly prompted Miller to bring out his own firearm and begin shooting. The shot that killed Lopez-Galvan reportedly came from Miller’s gun.

An investigation into the incident is still ongoing. However, court documents say that one of the guns police found at the scene – a Glock 9mm handgun – was reported as “stolen out of Kansas City, Missouri.” As of press time, it has not been determined who used or who owns the firearm.

Police have also arrested two other minors in relation to the incident. The juveniles have been charged with firearms-related violations as well as resisting arrest. A fifth suspect is also still being sought after by law enforcement. Prosecutors also say that the filing of additional charges against any or all of the suspects in the future is a possibility.

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