Christian Rodriguez, Raytown resident died after shooting on 60th Street

Christian Rodriguez identified as victim shot dead in Raytown on 9900 block of 60th Street

Christian Rodriguez Death – The officials identified the victim who passed away in the shooting that happened in Raytown on Saturday. 26-year-old Raytown resident identified as Christian Rodriguez passed away after he was shot in the 9900 block of 60th Street in Raytown. The cause of his death is linked to the injuries sustained in the incident on Saturday.

The incident that resulted in the death of Christian happened on earlier this week near the residences in the 9900 block of 60th Street. On the evening of July 31st, at 8:06 p.m., officers from the Raytown Police Department responded to the 9900 block of 60th Street after receiving a complaint of a male victim who had been shot numerous times and was lying on the ground nearby. Officers found Mr. Rodriguez, who was suffering from gunshot wounds, when they arrived at the scene of the incident.

On arrival of the officials at the scene, Christian Rodriguez was found to be in severe condition, he was sent to a nearby hospital, where he was sadly, pronounced dead by the officials. The investigation is still going on at this time as regarding the shooting on 9900 block of 60th Street in Raytown.

At this moment, there is no one in custody in connection with the incident. There has been no additional information supplied by the police regarding a possible suspect or the incident that may have led up to the shooting. Anyone who may have additional information is urged to contact the Tips Hotline at the number 816-474-8477.

Read also: Sevance Brewer shot dead in Columbia home

The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a pregnant woman as a domestic violence case. A suspect in the fatal shooting has been apprehended and charged. After the incident, authorities tracked down Sevance Brewer, 31, to his home in Columbia, where he was apprehended. As of Tuesday afternoon, he was in jail, thanks to the efforts of the Boone County sheriff’s office. Two counts of second-degree murder, as well as armed criminal action and illegal possession of a firearm, have been filed against Brewer.

Capt. Brian Leer said that at before 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, deputies rushed to the 4800 block of Clearview Road after receiving a report of an attack involving a firearm. The sheriff’s department does not see any danger to the public as a result of the occurrence. Their inquiry is still ongoing at this time. Brewer is being held at the Boone County Jail without bond.

Christian Rodriguez obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members

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