Court document reveals more information on mall shooting
A fight between teens led to a deadly shooting in a Wichita shopping mall, a court document made public today. A probable cause affidavit was released in the case of Te'Bryis Robinson. Robinson is accused of shooting Trenjavious Hutton at Towne East Mall in March, 2022.
A witness told police they saw several "young kids" in a fight. The witness told police, "many people were videotaping the incident, but nobody was trying to help." The same witness said he saw a muzzle flash from a gun as the shooter fired at Hutton. Hutton was shot in the chest.
Police said Robinson surrendered outside of the mall when he saw police. Officers found a handgun on Robinson along with a 30-round gun magazine. Police said Robinson was "escorted to a patrol vehicle where he later became teary eyed and vomited on his shoes."
Crime scene investigators found two handguns near the shooting location. One handgun was inside a kiddie ride.
Robinson has been charged with first degree murder.