Crime-scene tape was tangled in a tree Monday at 15th Street and New Jersey Avenue in Kansas City, Kan., across from the home where Machole J. Stewart was killed Sunday night. She died after someone in a passing vehicle sprayed bullets into the house.
Crime-scene tape was tangled in a tree Monday at 15th Street and New Jersey Avenue in Kansas City, Kan., across from the home where Machole J. Stewart was killed Sunday night. She died after someone in a passing vehicle sprayed bullets into the house. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star
Crime-scene tape was tangled in a tree Monday at 15th Street and New Jersey Avenue in Kansas City, Kan., across from the home where Machole J. Stewart was killed Sunday night. She died after someone in a passing vehicle sprayed bullets into the house. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star

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