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Man Charged in Early Morning Shooting

Press Release

For Release:               July 3, 2020

Prepared By:               Captain Dyon Harper

 Man Charged in Early Morning Shooting

Raytown, MO- The Office of Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney, has charged a man in connection with an early morning shooting today (07-03-20) that left a woman shot. Tyrone Johnson, a 47-year-old Independence man, was charged with Kidnapping, Domestic Assault, Armed Criminal Action, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, and Tampering with Physical Evidence.

Johnson remains in police custody. The female victim had since been released from the hospital.

Link to charging information:

https://www.jacksoncountyprosecutor.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=961

Report 20-1896

 

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Woman Shot in Early Morning Shooting

Press Release

 Prepared by: Captain Dyon Harper

Date: July 3, 2020

 Woman Shot in Early Morning Shooting

 Raytown, MO– At about 6:09 a.m., today (July 3, 2020,) an off-duty Raytown Police Officer was driving on Raytown Road and came upon an adult female who was fleeing from a black car, which was stopped in the road on Raytown Road, just north of 59 Street. The officer, who was in his personal vehicle and not in uniform, allowed the female into his car to take her to Police Headquarters, which was only blocks away. As they began to drive to Police Headquarters, an adult male in the black car fired multiple shots into the officer’s car. The suspect fled the scene. When the officer and the female arrived at Police Headquarters moments later, it was discovered that the female had been shot. The Officer was not struck. The female was transported to an area hospital.

At about 6:54 a.m. today, Raytown Officers located the suspect at an address in Kansas City, Missouri, where he was taken into custody.

The investigation is ongoing.

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