Police tracked suspect in Paseo homicide with surveillance, rental car info

Noble Horvath

Police tracked suspect in Paseo homicide with surveillance, rental car info Andrew Dickie, 38, was shot to death in a garage on Aug. 30 Updated: 11:19 AM CDT Sep 4, 2020 The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office has announced charges in connection with the Aug. 30 fatal shooting of a Kansas […]

Police tracked suspect in Paseo homicide with surveillance, rental car info

Andrew Dickie, 38, was shot to death in a garage on Aug. 30


The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office has announced charges in connection with the Aug. 30 fatal shooting of a Kansas City, Missouri, man.Authorities said Darryl Price, 38, has been charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with the weekend shooting of Andrew Dickie.Police said officers were originally called to a home in the 4900 block of The Paseo on a Shotspotter call after the program recorded sounds from two different firearms fired simultaneously in the area. When police arrived, they found Dickie dead in the home’s garage.Probable cause documents in the case show investigators used witness testimony, several area surveillance videos, and a car rental agreement to track two suspects in connection with the shooting.Police also said in documents that the suspect, Price, was linked to the scene after posting a photo on social media showing him wearing the same shirt videos captured him wearing at the time of the homicide.When interviewed, Price told investigators he only pointed his rifle toward the victim in the garage, and that he never fired it. Price alleges another suspect is responsible for shooting Dickie.Prosecutors have requested a $250,000 bond in connection with this case.

The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office has announced charges in connection with the Aug. 30 fatal shooting of a Kansas City, Missouri, man.

Authorities said Darryl Price, 38, has been charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with the weekend shooting of Andrew Dickie.

Police said officers were originally called to a home in the 4900 block of The Paseo on a Shotspotter call after the program recorded sounds from two different firearms fired simultaneously in the area.

When police arrived, they found Dickie dead in the home’s garage.

Probable cause documents in the case show investigators used witness testimony, several area surveillance videos, and a car rental agreement to track two suspects in connection with the shooting.

Police also said in documents that the suspect, Price, was linked to the scene after posting a photo on social media showing him wearing the same shirt videos captured him wearing at the time of the homicide.

When interviewed, Price told investigators he only pointed his rifle toward the victim in the garage, and that he never fired it. Price alleges another suspect is responsible for shooting Dickie.

Prosecutors have requested a $250,000 bond in connection with this case.

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