Man charged in shooting outside Kansas elementary school

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) -

A Kansas City man has been charged in a shooting near a Kansas elementary school that killed one man and left another critically injured.

The Kansas City Star reports that 32-year-old Anthony Grable was charged Thursday with premeditated first-degree murder and seven other counts. His bond was set at $1 million.

The shooting occurred Tuesday morning outside Sunrise Point Elementary School in Overland Park, Kansas. Grable and the two victims were contractors installing new turf on the school's playground.

Police say 48-year-old Todd Davis, of Lee's Summit, Missouri, died after the shooting. Fifty-four-year-old Efren Gomez remains in critical condition Thursday.

Police are investigating the shooting.


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Police say a man who died in a shooting near a Kansas elementary school was a 48-year-old man from Missouri.

Overland Park police on Wednesday identified the victim of Tuesday's shooting in Overland Park as Todd Davis, of Lee's Summit.

A second man, 54-year-old Efren Gomez, whose hometown was not available, was critically injured in the shooting.

A suspect is in custody pending charges.

Man arrested in shooting of 2 workers at Kansas elementary school

Police say the suspect and the two victims were working for a contractor putting in new turf at an elementary school when the shooting occurred. The motive remains unclear.

No children were at the school and no one else was injured.
 

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