June 21, 2021

Man killed outside business on Blue Parkway was shot by employee

Kansas City police said a man who was shot and killed outside a business on…

Kansas City police said a man who was shot and killed outside a business on Blue Parkway Wednesday night was shot by a worker at the business.Authorities said officers were called about 9:30 p.m. to a parking lot in the 4200 block of Blue Parkway on a shooting. Police said when officers arrived, they found Marc A. Davis II, 32, suffering from a gunshot wound. Davis was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.Authorities said on Thursday that after reviewing the evidence and talking with witnesses, the investigation revealed that Davis went into the business and started a disturbance with the employees. Police said Davis was armed with a gun during the argument. Investigators said that evidence shows that a worker fired multiple shots at Davis, hitting him. Davis left and collapsed in the parking lot.Authorities said the worker was detained, interviewed and released pending further investigation.Police said the investigation continues after which the case will be given to prosecutors to review for possible charges.Detectives do know there was at least one additional person at the scene when the shooting occurred and they would like to talk with them or anyone who may have seen anything.

Kansas City police said a man who was shot and killed outside a business on Blue Parkway Wednesday night was shot by a worker at the business.

Authorities said officers were called about 9:30 p.m. to a parking lot in the 4200 block of Blue Parkway on a shooting.

Police said when officers arrived, they found Marc A. Davis II, 32, suffering from a gunshot wound. Davis was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Authorities said on Thursday that after reviewing the evidence and talking with witnesses, the investigation revealed that Davis went into the business and started a disturbance with the employees.

Police said Davis was armed with a gun during the argument. Investigators said that evidence shows that a worker fired multiple shots at Davis, hitting him. Davis left and collapsed in the parking lot.

Authorities said the worker was detained, interviewed and released pending further investigation.

Police said the investigation continues after which the case will be given to prosecutors to review for possible charges.

Detectives do know there was at least one additional person at the scene when the shooting occurred and they would like to talk with them or anyone who may have seen anything.