Kansas City Woman Won’t Be Charged For Killing Firefighter Fighting With Her Boyfriend
A Kansas City woman who shot and killed a Kansas City firefighter earlier this month won’t be facing charges, saying it was self-defense.
According to Fox 4 Kansas, Anthony “Tony” Santi died after he was shot at a gas station back on Oct. 6.
While in the store, Anthony heard Ja’Von Taylor getting into it with a female employee. According to the police report, Ja’Von was irritated the store didn’t have a particular brand of cigars he wanted.
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The clerk told him to exit store. When he refused, Anthony got involved and also told him to leave. The site claims court documents show Ja’Von began threatening Anthony.
Things quickly went left when they went outside the store.
The court document shows Ja’Von pulled a gun and the two men started fighting over the weapon. A woman who was at the store with Ja’Von quickly got out of a vehicle.
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