Overland Park police on Wednesday identified the victims of Tuesday's shooting outside an Overland Park elementary school.
One person was killed and another critically injured when a man opened fire outside of Sunrise Point Elementary School near 158th Street and Roe Avenue in the Blue Valley school district.
The man killed was identified as Todd E. Davis, 48, of Lee's Summit. Davis was the father of three children who were in high school or older, according to a person who knew Davis but declined further comment.
The person injured was Efren J. Gomez, 54. Gomez's residence was not available.
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Gomez remained in critical condition Wednesday and in an induced coma at an area hospital, according to Overland Park police spokesman John Lacy.
A suspect is in custody pending charges, which could be filed soon, Lacy said.
The shooting occurred about 9 a.m. Tuesday as the three men, who worked for a contractor, were putting in new playground synthetic turf at the school. No children were present in school at the time.
The motive for the shooting remained unclear, as the suspect declined to answer detectives' questions. A witness said an argument over tools on the work site preceded the shooting, Lacy said.