Northeast Kansas City man faces charges in connection with 2014 shooting

Kyle Whitley/ PHOTO: Vinelink

 

KANSAS CITY – Kyle D. Whitley, 30, of Northeast Kansas City, Mo. has been charged in the May 2014 shooting of Alfadil Sabil in the 100 block of North White Avenue. Whitley faces 1st Degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action charges in connection to the incident.

According to court records, officers responded to the residence on a shots fired call. Upon arrival, officers found Sabil unresponsive in an apartment suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.

According to witness accounts, the victim and the suspect were arguing outside the building earlier that evening. The suspect then left the scene in an unknown vehicle. Video surveillance shows the suspect returning as a passenger in the same vehicle.

Witnesses indicated the suspect exited the vehicle and then a shot was heard. The suspect then returned to the vehicle and fled the scene. A witness identified the defendant as the person inside the apartment building from surveillance video of the night of the fatal shooting.

Prosecutors requested a bond of $300,000 cash.

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