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Both landlord, tenant cited during eviction incident at KCMO home

Posted at 1:49 PM, Mar 28, 2024

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Both a landlord and tenant were cited during an eviction incident at a Kansas City, Missouri, home on Thursday afternoon.

Police said the landlord and a process server arrived at the home to serve a first notice of eviction.

The landlord began removing a vehicle from the home and that's when the tenant allegedly fired shots from the home.

No one was injured by the gunfire.

The chaos ended with the tenant being cited on a municipal charge for discharge of a firearm.

The landlord was also cited on a municipal charge for theft.

KCPD officers were on the scene to keep the peace while the eviction process was served.

Police initially said multiple were detained while police determined if shots were fired.