One Person Released as Two Juveniles Remain in Custody in Connection with Chiefs’ Shooting

Police have released one of three people in custody in connection with the Kansas City Chief Parade shooting, but two juveniles remain in custody while the investigation continues, ABC News reports. It was reported on Friday.

According to the outlet“Three people were initially detained as suspects in the shooting, but the third person, also a juvenile, was later determined not to be involved in the shooting and was released from police custody.”

Same goes for KMBC. I got it.:”[Kansas City Police Chief Stacey] Graves said the incident, which was supposed to be a day of celebration, rattled the city and three people were subsequently taken into custody. Two of the suspects are teenage boys. Police announced Thursday afternoon that a third boy in custody had been released. ”

“The two juveniles are currently in custody while we review the findings of the investigation and work with juvenile prosecutors to determine applicable charges,” police said in a statement. The juvenile court system determines the detention status of all juvenile arrestees. ”

Breitbart News reported Wednesday’s shooting, which injured more than 20 people and killed one, was the result of a dispute between multiple individuals.

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