KANSAS CITY, Mo.
A convicted felon has been sentenced to twenty years in jail for killing another man in Kansas City’s Westport bar and leisure district after he was linked to the crime by way of DNA collected from a cup and straw.
Thirty-six-yr-previous Tyre Jackson, of Kansas Metropolis, was sentenced final week after pleading guilty to second-diploma homicide and armed legal action in the October 2016 killing of 25-yr-previous Derrick Jones. He also pleaded responsible to a December 2016 theft.
Courtroom data say Jones was shot throughout a robbery and carjacking. DNA testing was carried out on a Styrofoam cup recovered from the scene because Jackson was seen with such a cup on surveillance video. Jackson was on probation on the time in a robbery and kidnapping case.
Expenses are pending towards a second suspect.