Who is Lyndell Mays suspect arrested in Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting, bio, age and mother

Who is Lyndell Mays suspect arrested in Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting, bio, age and mother

Here is all you need to know about Lyndell Mays as the age 22 year old gets arrested for shooting during Kansas City Chiefs parade 

In the wake of last week’s horrific mass shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs parade honouring the team’s Super Bowl victory, two adults have been charged with murder.

Who is Lyndell Mays suspect arrested in Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting, bio, age, photo and mother

In relation to the deadly altercation, Dominic Miller, 18, of Kansas City, Missouri, and Lyndell Mays, 22, of Raytown, were charged with second-degree murder, according to a Tuesday announcement from Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker charged Dominic M. Miller of Kansas City, Missouri, and Lyndell Mays of Rayton, Missouri, on Tuesday with second-degree murder, two charges of armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a firearm.

Who is Lyndell Mays?

Lyndell Mays is a 22-year-old who is grabbing headlines for the wrong reasons. The resident of Rayton, Missouri was charged with second-degree murder. He, alongside the other teenager charged, Miller, is being held of $1 million bond.

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Baker claims that after Mays pulled his gun, Miller and the other individuals engaged in firing. During the shooting, Mays was seen with a red long-sleeve t-shirt on. According to court records made public on Tuesday, Mr. Mays got into a verbal fight with four individuals when they questioned “what he was looking at.”

Following an aggressive approach and pointing “in an angry manner” at the other group, Mr. Mays approached them before pulling his pistol, according to surveillance footage of the shooting.

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His and Miller’s arrest occurred a few days after the Associated Press reported that two youths had been charged with gun-related offences and resisting arrest in relation to the incident.

Meanwhile, a report in The New York Post tells that one of the alleged Kansas City Super Bowl parade shooters’ mother created a GoFundMe page for him, stating that he required assistance during a “tragic time.”

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For her son Lyndell Mays, Teneal Burnside developed an online fundraiser that featured him recuperating from nine gunshot wounds sustained during the shootout he allegedly started. The now-deleted fundraiser stated as per the above mentioned outlet:

He is in the ICU fighting for a recovery from several surgeries from going to the Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebration with his older sister.”

Mays and Miller are currently in hospital and recovering.

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