WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) Monday, November 18, 2019
Wichita police have known a person discovered lifeless in a pickup over the weekend. They are saying he have been shot a couple of occasions.
Officials discovered 51-year-old James Storey, of Wichita, in his truck round 6:45 p.m. whilst responding to the decision of a drive-by taking pictures within the 2000 block of S. Rock Street.
He used to be within the motive force’s seat of a black 2018 Chevy Silverado with a couple of gunshot wounds. He used to be pronounced lifeless at the scene.
Detectives discovered a black Dodge Ram used to be parked subsequent to Storey’s automobile, left for a short while. The automobile confirmed again up and any individual fired a couple of pictures from the driving force’s aspect window, putting Storey.
Police don’t consider this to be a random incident.
Someone with more information is requested to name WPD Detectives at 316-268-4407, See One thing Say One thing Hotline at 316-519-2282, or Crime Stoppers at 316-267-2111.
Sunday, November 17, 2019
Police are investigating the loss of life of a person whose frame used to be present in a pickup truck out of doors a southeast Wichita sports activities bar.
Officials replied simply earlier than 7 p.m. to experiences of gun pictures at South Rock Billiards within the 1900 block of south Rock Street.
When officials arrived, they discovered a lifeless frame inside a black pickup truck. They didn’t say if the frame had gunshot wounds or what led to the person’s loss of life.
Investigators are running to resolve if the frame discovered and the gun pictures heard are attached.
Police say no person within the bar reported listening to or seeing the rest.
Additional info is predicted to be launched Monday all the way through the 10 a.m. police briefing.
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