Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller Photos: What we know about Kansas City parade suspects

Lyndell Mays
Lyndell Mays

Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller have been charged with second-degree murder following the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade last week.

Lyndell Mays, aged 23, and Dominic Miller, aged 18, are facing charges including murder in the second degree, armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon.

These two individuals are not the two juveniles that had been charged with gun-related offenses and resisting arrest last week.

Prosecutors allege that Mays pulled his gun first during an argument which resulted in others pulling firearms including Miller.

At a press conference on Tuesday, prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said Miller is believed to have fired the shot that killed local DJ Lisa Lopez-Galvan.

Baker also said at the press conference that the Jackson County Prosecutors Office was ‘not done yet’ and that a number of other suspects who were involved in the shooting are being sought.

The two men have been hospitalized with injuries following the shooting and remain in hospital as of Tuesday, Peters Baker said.

If found guilty, the two could face life behind bars and are being held on a $1,000,000 bond.

The 22 people injured range in age from eight to 47, according to police Chief Stacey Graves. With half of them under the age of 16.

Police initially detained three juveniles but released one who they determined wasn’t involved in the shooting.

Images circulating on social media show at least five people being taken into custody following the shooting.

As investigators continue to work the case, bullets and shell casings left behind at the scene have become key pieces of evidence.

Specialists from the ATF are working to connect firearms owned by suspects to debris left at the scene, a law enforcement source told CNN.

Amid claims that one of the gunmen span in a circle to pepper as many people with bullets as possible, bullets lodged in the surrounding area have also been taken for analysis.

Who killed Lisa Lopez-Galvan?

Mays, found with a gunshot wound near the scene, was discovered with a Glock 9mm handgun, later determined to be stolen.

Miller, also wounded, was located with a Taurus G3 9mm handgun.

Tragically, among the 22 individuals injured, Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother and the host of “Taste of Tejano,” lost her life.

Ballistic analysis linked the fatal shot to Miller’s firearm.

Both defendants remain hospitalized from injuries sustained during the incident.

Despite their condition, Prosecutor Peters Baker affirmed their accountability, stating, “We seek to hold every shooter accountable for their actions that day.”

Police Chief Stacey Graves echoed this sentiment, expressing confidence in the charges laid against Miller and Mays.

She reassured the public of ongoing efforts to ensure all responsible parties are brought to justice.

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