BREAKING: Court documents show firearm used in Kansas City Super Bowl Parade shooting was stolen

"A computer check revealed the firearm to be stolen out of Kansas City, Missouri."

Four men have been arrested in connection with the deadly Kansas City Super Bowl Parade shooting of February 14, and now documents reveal that one of the firearms used in that shooting was stolen.

Documents show that "A computer check revealed the firearm to be stolen out of Kansas City, Missouri."

This comes after Lyndell Mays and Dominic Miller were arrested and identified. Both men were hospitalized with injuries after the shooting and remain in the hospital, though a $1 million bond was set for each. Both men were charged with second-degree murder. Two others were arrested last week and both were juveniles who are facing weapons charges and resisting arrest. A fifth individual is being sought by the FBI.

The document, signed from Detective Grant Spiking, states that Mays "confirmed that he shot first and shot two times." It also states that he has acknowledged that "he shouldn't have pulled a gun out."

"The incident," the document reads, "occurred in the middle of a very large crowd of people who were there celebrating the Chiefs Super Bowl Parade. At this time, there have been 25 victims injured by gunfire, resulting from this incident, with one victim being fatally shot."

As to the firearm that was recovered, "Detectives observed multiple 9mm and .40 caliber spent shell casings just north of the West Pershing Road & Kessler Road intersection. A Glock 9mm handgun [redacted] was observed on the ground, in apparent blood, where Lyndell Mays fell on the ground after being shot. The magazine contained sic (6) live 9mm rounds in a 15 round capacity magazine. There was a live round in the chamber. A computer check revealed the firearm to be stolen out of Kansas City, Missouri."

Kansas City shooting complaint warrant by Libby Emmons on Scribd

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