Micah Aman Death – Micah Aman, 20, from Columbia was named as the person who was killed in the incident that took place in Osage Beach on Friday evening. After a gunshot on Friday evening, which left one person dead and another injured, the Osage Police Department is conducting an investigation. At around 8:25 in the evening, officers were dispatched to the 4100 block of Sunset Drive. Osage Beach resident Devin Atkisson, 19, was also shot twice and is still hospitalized after the incident.
Osage Police Department reports
According to the officers that responded, Aman was located in a grassy area and was suffering from gunshot wounds when they arrived. The Osage Police Department reports that Aman was treated at the scene of the incident before being transferred to the hospital, where they were later pronounced dead. Atkisson was also discovered with gunshot wounds and received medical attention at the scene before being sent to the hospital. Osage Beach Police and other agencies are continuing to investigate.
Related topic: Man killed in shooting at Lake of the Ozarks waterfront bar
After a shooting that took place late on Saturday night at a water front pub at Lake of the Ozarks, one person was found dead and two other persons were taken into custody. Just before 11 o’clock at night, the Camden County Sheriff’s Department received a complaint of shots fired at Shady Gators. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, they responded to the incident and supported the department. When police came, they discovered a male, age 27, who had been shot and was lying on the ground.
The victim was sent to the hospital, but doctors proclaimed him dead as soon as they saw him there. Two of the three suspects have been taken into custody by the sheriff’s office, according to witnesses who were present at the incident. The inquiry is currently being handled by the Camden County Sheriff’s Department. At this moment, the identity of the person who was killed has not been made public. Anyone who may have information regarding this incident is urged to contact the sheriff’s office at the following number: 573-346-2243.
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