Jeronimo Gomez Death – On the evening of Tuesday, January 17, 2023, at about 7:15 p.m., officers from the Kansas City Police Department responded to a shooting with a victim in the 1200 block of Bradshaw Garden Road. According to the findings of the preliminary investigation, what appears to have been a physical altercation was followed by the firing of gunfire.
University of Tennessee Medical Center
One of the men was hit by gunfire and taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead upon arrival. A dark-colored vehicle with four doors, which is thought to have been engaged in the shooting, drove away from the area before the officers arrived. The sedan is most likely covered in mud and has damage to the front end or the side of the vehicle that faces the driver.
Jeronimo Gomez, age 30, from Knoxville, Tennessee, has been identified as the victim in this case.
Investigation still ongoing
The investigation to determine the identity of the sedan and its driver that were engaged in the incident and fled the site before police officers arrived is ongoing. Please call East Tennessee Valley Crime Stoppers at 865-215-7165 if you have any information that may be able to assist the ongoing investigation. The person providing the information does not need to reveal their identity in order to be considered for the cash award. At this point, the inquiry has not been concluded yet.
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A federal task team assisted police in locating the shooter in a tragic weekend shooting at a residence in the Bronx. In connection with gun violence that left a guy fatally wounded in the street in a typically crowded area, a Mount Vernon man was detained on Sunday. According to authorities, Heyward Bradshaw III was taken into custody early on Sunday evening in the Bronx on Palmer Ave. The Mount Vernon Police Department was looking for Bradshaw in connection with the murder of Mount Vernon native Kwasi Kirton, 41.
According to officials, Bradshaw and Kirton got into a fight late on Friday night that ended in death. Bradshaw shot Kirton many times during the confrontation with a semi-automatic weapon, according to the police. At Montefiore Mount Vernon Hospital, Kirton passed away. Detectives from Mount Vernon Police Department and the FBI Westchester Safe Streets Task Force spent the weekend looking for Bradshaw as the shooter escaped the area.
Bradshaw was located by investigators at a residence on Palmer Avenue in the Bronx. Bradshaw left the house with two other men while detectives and federal officers were keeping watch over it, and he was swiftly hauled into custody. According to authorities, Bradshaw has a criminal history that stretches back to 2006 and includes charges for burglary, criminal contempt, and possession of a firearm. On Monday, Bradshaw is due to be arraigned in Mount Vernon City Court.
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