Mom of 5 and her Son Allegedly Gunned Down By Sufferer’s Boyfriend in Kansas Metropolis
Last week, a man from Kansas City, Missouri, was arrested and charged with second degree murder, armed criminal acts and endangering children. The shooting took place on February 17 and claimed the lives of two people.
According to KHSB 4, the Jackson County Attorney’s Office over the weekend charged 32-year-old Dmarius Bozeman with second degree murder and has also faced a number of armed criminal acts and child endangerment.
KCTV reports that a 12-year-old, a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old were found in a Kansas City house where gunshots were fired on Pennway Terrace at around 2 p.m. on Wednesday, February 17. First responders found 35-year-old Khasheme Strother and 19-year-old Raymon Hill, who had died from gunshot wounds.
The Jackson County Attorney’s Office released a statement regarding the incident.
Kansas City Police responded to the 1900 W. Pennway Terrace block with a reported shooting, according to court records filed late Friday. Police found two dead adults and one other injured adult in the residence. The injured adult said he called 911. In the 911 recording, he states that he shot and killed the adult man Ramond Hill, 19, in self-defense and that he accidentally shot Strother after jumping. Bozeman said Strother was his girlfriend and Hill was their son. There were three teenagers in the residence at the time of the shooting. Bozeman told police he had an argument with Strother and that he fired two warning shots. Soon after he saw that she had been shot. Bozeman said he shot Hill after he returned to the residence and shot him. “
A GoFundMe page was set up for one of the victims to “support Khasheme’s memorial service”.
“Khasheme Strother dedicated her life to supporting her five sons and family. She was a selfless, determined woman whose goal in life was to serve others. Khasheme affected everyone she met through her ambition, positive spirit and infectious smile. Khasheme and her son Raymon Hill Jr. were both tragically kidnapped far too early. We are all devastated by the loss of Khasheme and Raymon Jr. and were not prepared for the expense of a lofty funeral. Please support with a donation to the funeral home. Khasheme leaves four other sons who are currently in need of financial assistance. “