Ages of the two teenagers accused in the Kansas City Chiefs rally shooting are revealed by the court

One month ago, a tragic shooting resulted in the loss of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a 43-year-old mother and local disc jockey. Two adults who were not part of the group of teens involved have been charged in connection with her untimely death. Additionally, numerous individuals sustained injuries during the incident or while trying to escape the vicinity near Union Station as the festivities concluded.

The two teenagers faced charges related to firearms and resisting arrest just two days after the shooting incident.

The Office of the Juvenile Officer serves as the prosecuting body for criminal cases involving minors. These proceedings are conducted in family court.

The office chose not to reveal their ages or the specific charges at the time.

The legal counsel for the Circuit Court of Jackson County has confirmed that the two juveniles were 16 years old at the time they were charged. However, the court has not provided further details regarding the specific charges the teenagers are facing or their connection to the shooting incident.

The Juvenile Detention Center currently holds the two teenagers in custody.

Numerous lawsuits have been filed in connection with the mass shooting.

On February 20, Lyndell Mays of Raytown and Dominic Miller of Kansas City were charged by Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker. The charges include second-degree felony murder, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon.

As soon as the situation unfolded, Miller and the rest of the group swiftly drew their firearms.

According to Baker, the evidence indicates that it was Miller’s firearm that fired the shots that ultimately killed Lopez-Galvin. Both men have been charged with murder.

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Federal charges were announced on Wednesday against three men from Kansas City.

The individuals facing charges include Fedo Antonia Manning, aged 22, Ronnel Dwayne Williams Jr., aged 21, and Chaelyn Hendrick Groves, aged 19.

Manning is currently facing a criminal complaint that includes 12 counts against him. These charges consist of one count of conspiracy to traffic firearms and engaging in firearm sales without a license, as well as 10 counts of making false statements on a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives form.

Williams and Groves, who were charged alongside each other in the complaint, are both accused of conspiring to make false statements in the acquisition of firearms. Additionally, they are facing charges of aiding and abetting the making of false statements in the acquisition of firearms, as well as making a false statement to a federal agent.

Jose L. Castillo is currently facing charges of unlawful possession of a firearm in Jackson County. According to reports, it is alleged that he picked up a handgun immediately after the mass shooting took place.

In July 6, 2016, court documents revealed that Castillo was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute marijuana, a felony offense, in U.S. District Court in Kansas. It is important to note that, under Missouri law, individuals convicted of a felony are prohibited from possessing firearms.

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