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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Death investigation underway following roadside disturbance


Posted: August 22, 2012 - 4:06am
Updated: August 24, 2012 - 1:48am

Image of the scene from Kansas City Scout
Lenexa Police and Fire on scene with Johnson County Med-Act
Victim identified as 34-year-old, Bonner Springs man.

Lenexa Police are investigating after they responded on a subject found unconscious in a ditch along Interstate 435. The call was dispatched shortly before 3:50 a.m., on eastbound Interstate 435 west of Lackman Road.

One person is reported to have stopped breathing as a result of the battery. That person, only described as a "male in his 30's," was transported to a nearby hospital by Johnson County Med-Act, who reported "CPR in progress."

Image from the scene from Kansas City Scout
Lenexa Police continue to investigate the scene at 7:45 a.m..
As of 4:17 a.m., a source familiar with the investigation has confirmed to Operation 100 News that Police are speaking with three subjects regarding the incident.

As of 6:40 a.m., Lenexa Police confirm this incident as a "Death Investigation".

Authorities say four men were inside a van when an argument began. The driver pulled the vehicle to the shoulder and the argument became physical. As the men fought, one of them collapsed and the others called 911 for help. That person was transported to an area hospital by Johnson County Med-Act and was pronounced dead a short time after arriving at the hospital.

Detectives continue to investigate the incident and no other details are being released at this time.

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Operation 100 News has been reporting this story since it began before 4 a.m. Wednesday. Other local media only beginning to put the pieces together after 7:10 a.m..




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