A Johnson County jury on Aug. 31 found F. Glenn Miller Jr. guilty of capital murder and subsequently recommended a death sentence for the fatal shootings of Terri LaManno, William Corporon and Reat Underwood.
A Johnson County jury on Aug. 31 found F. Glenn Miller Jr. guilty of capital murder and subsequently recommended a death sentence for the fatal shootings of Terri LaManno, William Corporon and Reat Underwood. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
A Johnson County jury on Aug. 31 found F. Glenn Miller Jr. guilty of capital murder and subsequently recommended a death sentence for the fatal shootings of Terri LaManno, William Corporon and Reat Underwood. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Jewish center killer F. Glenn Miller Jr. seeks a new trial

September 24, 2015 10:49 AM

More Videos

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer 1:07

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer

Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide 0:56

Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide

Man seen shoving referee in youth basketball game 0:16

Man seen shoving referee in youth basketball game

Olathe shooting at Austins: From tragedy to words of hope 3:40

Olathe shooting at Austins: From tragedy to words of hope

Mother pleads to the public for help in son’s murder 1:35

Mother pleads to the public for help in son’s murder

Church family grieves death of associate minister Tanisha Harris; husband arrested 1:45

Church family grieves death of associate minister Tanisha Harris; husband arrested

Police investigate death of woman in Overland Park; husband jailed 0:26

Police investigate death of woman in Overland Park; husband jailed

Raw video: Homicide scene in KCK 0:40

Raw video: Homicide scene in KCK

Kansas City's homicide number 137 had a name 3:10

Kansas City's homicide number 137 had a name

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do 1:15

If you witness a crime, here’s what to do

  • Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide

    Kansas City police are investigating a double shooting that left one man dead and a woman hospitalized. The Sunday morning shooting in the 2700 block of Denver Avenue left a car riddled with holes. Police are asking anyone with information to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.