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Alleged Kansas City Chiefs parade shooter Lyndell Mays told cops he was ‘just being stupid’: court docs

By David Propper


One of the alleged shooters who opened fire at the Kansas City Chiefs victory parade told investigators he was “just being stupid” when he “advanced” on another group of individuals he had been arguing with before the deadly melee.  

Court documents obtained Tuesday provided more details on how a Super Bowl celebration quickly devolved into chaos and an exchange of gunfire that led to murder charges against Dominic Miller, 18, and 23-year-old Lyndell Mays.

Lyndell Mays, one of the alleged shooters who opened fire at the Kansas City Chiefs victory parade.Jackson County Detention Center
The shooting has led to murder charges against two men.AP

Both men, armed with guns, got into an argument before the shooting unfolded among thousands of revelers, prosecutors alleged Tuesday. A female friend of Mays told police the opposing group of several individuals wanted to know why Mays was looking at them, court papers said.

Mays, who was at the parade with two friends, started jawing with the group, according to a probable cause statement obtained by The Post. Mays was seen on surveillance footage approaching the group in an “aggressive” manner and later pointing his finger at them, the court docs said…


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