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  • Kansas City's homicide number 137 had a name

    Daryl A. Singleton Sr., 57, was an innocent bystander when he was gunned down outside the store where he worked a second job as a clerk. Family and friends remember Singleton, lovingly known as "Jelly Roe," who was Kansas City's 137th homicide of 2017.

Daryl A. Singleton Sr., 57, was an innocent bystander when he was gunned down outside the store where he worked a second job as a clerk. Family and friends remember Singleton, lovingly known as "Jelly Roe," who was Kansas City's 137th homicide of 2017. Jill Toyoshiba, Joe Robertson, Glenn Rice The Kansas City Star
Daryl A. Singleton Sr., 57, was an innocent bystander when he was gunned down outside the store where he worked a second job as a clerk. Family and friends remember Singleton, lovingly known as "Jelly Roe," who was Kansas City's 137th homicide of 2017. Jill Toyoshiba, Joe Robertson, Glenn Rice The Kansas City Star

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