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    By Michael David Smith
    Two suspects have been apprehended after a homicide occurred today at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, where the Chiefs played the Broncos. Kansas City Police Chief Daryle Forte wrote on Twitter that detectives are investigating the homicide and that two suspects are in custody. The Kansas City Star reports that police arrested two people after… Read more…

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctchiefsfan View Post
    I hope he shot them and had a CCW permit. Defending your own property is a RIGHT not a privilege.
    Not sure if deadly force was needed but if the other person had a gun, then it is fair game.

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    An individual ... came back to his car, saw someone in his car who did not belong," Snapp said. "A struggle ensued between the two and that's when the person collapsed -- the person that was in the car collapsed. ... We don't know exactly how the person passed away.

    this is a quote from the nfl mobile app, so they're thinking the dude robbing the people died of medical reasons and not because of the fight

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    New details in Arrowhead Stadium death
    Associated Press | December 3, 2013
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Missouri man who died Sunday after a struggle in the parking lot of Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium had gone to the game between the Chiefs and Broncos in a similar vehicle parked nearby, police said Tuesday.


    Police released the additional details in the death of Kyle A. Van Winkle, 30, of Smithville. Police have said it could take four to six weeks before authorities can determine how Van Winkle died after the altercation outside Arrowhead Stadium during Sunday's game. Police have said Van Winkle's body did not show obvious signs of trauma.


    A man who owned a Jeep returned to the vehicle during the game and found Van Winkle inside, leading to a fight between the owner and Van Winkle, police said. Officers responding to a disturbance call found Van Winkle on the ground unconscious. He died later at a hospital. Three people were taken into custody Sunday evening, but all were released Monday with no charges filed.


    Police have said investigators are awaiting autopsy and toxicology reports before deciding whether Van Winkle's death was the result of a crime.


    Police spokesman Officer Darin Snapp confirmed in an email Tuesday that the Jeep that Van Winkle was found in was similar to vehicle he had arrived in, and that the Jeep that Van Winkle arrived in was parked nearby. The Jeep that Van Winkle was found in also showed no signs of a break-in and was unlocked when Van Winkle climbed in, according to Snapp.

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    damn sounds like a drunken mistake in car identity got this dude killed. You Kansas City peeps don't lock your cars at the stadium?

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    Me thinks the toxicology reports might well tell the story.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin5772002 View Post
    New details in Arrowhead Stadium death
    Associated Press | December 3, 2013
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Missouri man who died Sunday after a struggle in the parking lot of Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium had gone to the game between the Chiefs and Broncos in a similar vehicle parked nearby, police said Tuesday.


    Police released the additional details in the death of Kyle A. Van Winkle, 30, of Smithville. Police have said it could take four to six weeks before authorities can determine how Van Winkle died after the altercation outside Arrowhead Stadium during Sunday's game. Police have said Van Winkle's body did not show obvious signs of trauma.


    A man who owned a Jeep returned to the vehicle during the game and found Van Winkle inside, leading to a fight between the owner and Van Winkle, police said. Officers responding to a disturbance call found Van Winkle on the ground unconscious. He died later at a hospital. Three people were taken into custody Sunday evening, but all were released Monday with no charges filed.


    Police have said investigators are awaiting autopsy and toxicology reports before deciding whether Van Winkle's death was the result of a crime.


    Police spokesman Officer Darin Snapp confirmed in an email Tuesday that the Jeep that Van Winkle was found in was similar to vehicle he had arrived in, and that the Jeep that Van Winkle arrived in was parked nearby. The Jeep that Van Winkle was found in also showed no signs of a break-in and was unlocked when Van Winkle climbed in, according to Snapp.

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    damn sounds like a drunken mistake in car identity got this dude killed. You Kansas City peeps don't lock your cars at the stadium?
    A lot of jeeps have fabric/plastic windows, thus making it pointless to lock them (at least here in Hawaii that is the case).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap1 View Post
    A lot of jeeps have fabric/plastic windows, thus making it pointless to lock them (at least here in Hawaii that is the case).
    To prevent drunks from accidentally just opening the door to your vehicle and sitting inside it. Lock your vehicle then it's breaking and entering even though it's plastic/fabric

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