BREAKING: 2 new adults in Kansas City Super Bowl shooting named and charged with murder of Lisa Lopez-Galvin; original 2 suspects still unidentified as FBI searches for another

The two adults were charged after two males were arrested last week and were unidentified because they were both juveniles.


Two suspects have been identified in the Kansas City Super Bowl shooting. Their names are Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller. Both men have been charged with second-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and unlawful use of weapons.

The two adults were charged after two males were arrested last week and were unidentified because they were both juveniles.

Prosecutor for Jackson County Jean Peters Baker announced the charges of second-degree murder against Mays and Miller. The charges were filed against Miller on Monday, while charges against Mays were filed on Saturday. Those charges have not been unsealed, per local news.

It is Miller who is suspected to be responsible for the death of local DJ and mother Lisa Lopez-Galvan. Booking photos were not released. There has also not yet been an identification for the two juveniles who were arrested last week. Both were charged as adults.

A warrant request in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri, charges Mays with felony murder in the second degree, armed criminal action in relation to the first count, unlawful use of a weapon, and armed criminal action in relation to the third count.

A probable cause statement form from Detective Grant Spiking of the Kansas City Police Department states that Mays was located just north of West Pershing Road and Kessler Road "suffering from apparent gunshot trauma," and a gun and spent shell casings were located near him.

One witness told police that she was with Mays at the corner of Kessler and Pershing Road, and that "four males approached Lyndell Mayes and one of the males asked Lyndell Mayes what he was looking at, because they didn’t know him."

She said that one of these males had a backpack with a gun hanging out of it, and that two individuals pilled firearms from their backpacks.

She tried to pull Mays away to leave, but when she turned her back, she heard gunshots. "When she turned back around, she saw the group shooting at Lyndell Mays."

She said the incident occurred fast, and did not get a good look at the shooters.

Mays pulled out his own pistol and began shooting, the witness said.

The witness was shown a still from surveillance footage of the scene, and she identified Mays and herself.

The witness’s boyfriend told investigators that a group of people approached Mays and the woman and "they began arguing about why they were staring at each other." He said he could see a gun inside one of the group member’s backpacks, but stated "at no time did the individual touch the firearm or make any threatening statements," the document states.

"Witness 13 also stated none of the individuals in the approaching group made threatening statements to him, Witness 9, or Lyndell Mays."

Detectives who reviewed surveillance footage observed Mays and the female witness standing near the intersection, with Mays appearing to get into a verbal confrontation with a group of individuals. 

As the argument continued, Mays was observed allegedly circling "behind a person, and pulls out a handgun with his right hand and points it at one of the individuals … At this time, none of the other individuals appear to have produced a firearm."

Mays reportedly chased another person with gun drawn, during which other members of the group pulled out their firearms. As the person tries to run away from Mays, Mays was reportedly seen shooting at the person.

The detectives noted that the female witness "runs up to Lyndell Mays" after he is on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound "and immediately strikes him with her fist, in an angry manner, two times."

Mays was interviewed in an area hospital, during which he "gave a statement of what occurred that was inconsistent with surveillance video at the scene. When Lyndell Mays was confronted that we had surveillance video of the incident, he then changed his story."

Mays said that he pulled his gun first, and began firing first. "Lyndell Mays stated he hesitated shooting because he knew there were kids there. Lyndell Mays stated they all could have had guns so he just randomly picked one of the individuals to target because he was in fear of Witness 9’s life."

Mays said he started shooting because the group had told him "I’m going to get you," which he took as meaning "I’m going to kill you."

When asked why he advanced on the group to begin with, Mays said, "Stupid, man. Just pulled a gun out and started shooting. I shouldn’t have done that. Just being stupid."

"We seek to hold every shooter accountable for their actions that day," Peters Baker said. "While we're not there yet, we're going to get there. We are not done yet."

Miller and Mays were each hospitalized for injuries after the parade shooting and both are still in the hospital despite being charged. Each is being held on a $1 million bond.

The two young men who were charged last week, known to be juveniles, were charged with gun possession and resisting arrest. Their case lies in family court and additional charges may be filed.

In addition, the FBI is reportedly seeking a fifth shooter.

The eyewitness has asked to remain anonymous, but spoke to Daily Mail on that condition, saying "My daughter and I were visiting family in Kansas, and she's a huge Chiefs fan so we went to the parade – it was her first time ever going to something like that.

"A fight breaks out around five to ten feet from us, and I didn't realize it at the time because I just thought they were all little punks. One of the shooters had to be around 13.

"The guy had the gun at his hip, and was shooting from the hip into the crowd. The first victim, the lady who died, she was shot in the leg, and they just carried on shooting.

"As we're moving, there was a guy to my right, his chest exploded, and there were bodies just piling up around me.

"Two cops then got between the gunman and the woman who was shot in the leg, they were really heroic, trying to protect her. The shooters had pistols and one had an AK-47 with a banana clip and collapsible stock.

"This guy was about four feet from me with his gun out and I just wanted to find my daughter. She was trampled in the crowds but she's okay."

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