Two teenagers charged in an October double homicide at a Kansas City gas station remained at large on Monday, according to authorities.
Jackson County prosecutors have charged Louie S. Guana, 18, and Christopher Hamm Jr., 17, in the shooting that killed Pablo Lopez and Jorge Calderon-Ruiz on Oct. 10 at a BP gas station on Independence Boulevard near Van Brunt Boulevard.
Early that morning, police found both victims shot on the sidewalk in front of the store entrance, according to court records.
Surveillance video showed the killings, allegedly including Guana firing multiple times at both victims as they lay wounded on the ground.
Hamm is accused of driving the shooter away in his 2004 Chevy Impala, which Kansas City, Kan., police found completely burned later that morning.
Guana faces two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of armed criminal action and assault.
Hamm faces one count of hindering prosecution of a felony and and tampering with evidence.
Prosecutors have requested a bond of $500,000 for Guana and $100,000 for Hamm.
Police asked anyone with information to call the Tips Hotline at 816-474-8477.
Ian Cummings: 816-234-4633