KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A store employee shot and killed an armed robbery suspect Monday night in Overland Park, police said.
Around 7:45 p.m., an armed man attempted to rob a Boost Mobile store near 76th Street and Metcalf Avenue. Officer John Lacy, a police spokesman, said the robbery suspect demanded cellphones and jumped over the counter.
An employee inside the store was armed and fired one shot, killing the man, police said.
The suspect’s wife, who was outside, ran to the door after the shooting.
The wife was being questioned by police, as well as the store employee, who was cooperating.
The man who was killed was later identified by police as Deshawn L. Brim of Raytown, Missouri.
The store owner also was at the scene.
Lacy said police planned to review surveillance video.
He also said police are not actively searching for additional suspects or witnesses.
PASCO COUNTY, Fla. — Deputies are investigating a deadly shooting that occurred in Pasco County on Tuesday night.
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of a shooting in the 12000 block of Victory Drive in Hudson a little after 8:15 p.m. Deputies on scene were told it stemmed from an argument between two neighbors.
According to deputies, James Miller, 50, entered his neighbor’s property and made threats to 66-year-old Tim Fryling. The threats escalated to Miller “physically battering” a 59-year-old woman.
Fryling then went back inside his home to grab a firearm. He then returned outside and warned Miller to leave the property, according to deputies.
Deputies said Fryling shot Miller after multiple attempts to get him to leave the property. Miller later died at the hospital.
Officials did not specify if the woman knew Fryling or Miller.
No charges have been filed, at this point, and Fryling is cooperating with the investigation.