An Arrowhead homicide is being investigated after a struggle between two men took place during Sunday’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos. WebProNews reports Dec. 2 that police are treating the incident at Arrowhead Stadium as a homicide.
At this time no arrests have been made in the case, but three persons-of-interest are in custody.
Witness accounts of the Arrowhead homicide have been described to law enforcement as seeing a father and son who walked to their car and spotted a man in their car sifting through their personal belongings. It was then that a struggle took place and a man collapsed, unconscious on the ground. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. The name and identity of the dead victim hasn't been released.
“Talking to several witnesses that were out here in the parking lots, there was an individual who came back to his vehicle, saw someone inside the vehicle that did not belong. A struggle ensued between the two. That’s when the individual collapsed,” Kansas City police spokesman, Darin Snapp, said.
Snapp added that it's unclear if the man died from a heart attack or other health condition. It's being called a "suspicious death," but it's being treated as a homicide.
Until results of the man's autopsy, the persons-of-interest aren't being treated as suspects. No one will be considered a suspect in the Arrowhead homicide until it's confirmed that the victim died from murder.