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Arrowhead homicide: Mysterious death in stadium parking lot possible homicide

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Police report a possible Arrowhead homicide in the parking lot of the Arrowhead Stadium this weekend. A man died in the parking lot of the stadium during the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos game, after he had been in a scuffle. Today they are calling it a possible Arrowhead homicide because the man died under mysterious circumstances, according to ABC News on Dec. 2.

The unnamed man, said to be in his mid-twenties, was found lying unconscious in the Arrowhead Stadium parking lot. Attempts to give the victim first aid were to no avail as the man died after being transported to the hospital.

Witnesses said the incident began when a man went to his vehicle where he found a man who didn’t belong in his car sitting inside. A fight ensued and the individual who was found sitting in the vehicle collapsed.

The man who owned the vehicle had his son with him. The son ran for help as soon as the fight started, according to what witnesses are reporting today.

Darin Snapp, Kansas City police spokesperson, reported that the man’s death is being treated as a homicide and while three people were taken in for questioning, no arrests have been made yet. Snapp also said that there were no visible indications of how the man died. He also said:

"We don't know if the person had a health condition, had a heart attack. We don't know. We're going to investigate this as a homicide until we hear differently. Right now it's a suspicious death but we are going to investigate it as a homicide."

This investigation is ongoing today.



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