Missouri Civil Processor Shot Dead Serving Eviction Notice, 2 Others Wounded, Police Responding

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Cody Allen, 35 years old, was shot along with two other police officers.

Independence, Missouri on Thursday. Gunfire broke loose during the eviction from a Jackson County house.

Chief Adam Dustman of the Independence Police Department told reporters at a press briefing that Cody Allen had been killed by a civilian processor who was shot in a house just after 1 pm local.

Someone fired shots as they tried to remove the man.

Two additional officers were hospitalized and are expected to recover.

 

Missouri shooting scene: Three Missouri police officers and a document server appointed by the court were shot on Thursday at a house in Independence near E. Bundschu Road & N. Elsea Smith Road.

According to Dustman, Allen, his family, including his wife and two children, are still alive.

Drexel Mac was also killed.

The shooting occurred between E. Bundschu Road, near Highway 24, and N. Elsea Smith Road. It took place in Independence’s Northeastern area.

On Thursday in Independence, Missouri, medical personnel, law enforcement officials, and other emergency responders worked on the scene of a shooting that occurred near the intersection between Elsea Smith Road, and Budschu Road.

Dustman Mac was fired when he was delivering a notice of removal.

Dustman stated that only one arrest had been made.

Judge Jalilah Otto stated that Mac had worked for the 16th Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri for more than 12 years.

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She told reporters that Mac was a “true public servant” and he died while doing his job.

Fort Osage School District reported that they had closed their schools due to an excessive amount of caution. They were soon lifted.