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09-09-2016, 03:51 PM

Feds: Kidnapped man shot and killed during attempted ATM robbery spree
Man shot after ATM card wouldn't work, court documents say
UPDATED 5:03 PM CDT Sep 09, 2016


KANSAS CITY, Mo. A 25-year-old Kansas City man has been charged with kidnapping resulting in death following the fatal shooting of a man in south Kansas City on Tuesday.

Raynal King was charged on Friday with kidnapping resulting in death of a man identified as "J.P," according to court documents.

Court documents said J.P.'s body was found along the roadway at 13705 Holmes Road on Tuesday. An exam determined that J.P. had been shot and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Family friends told KMBC 9 News that J.P. was last seen leaving an area hospital where he had been caring for his wife, who had just had a baby, between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Tuesday. Shortly after leaving the hospital, the victim called his wife asking for the PIN to their debit card.

The card was used several times, unsuccessfully, at several ATMs. King was seen on video trying to use the card at one of the locations, court documents said.

King was later arrested on Thursday during a traffic stop.

According to court documents, King said that another man drove up to King's house earlier in the morning with J.P. sitting in the front passenger seat. King said that the suspect had a gun, pointed it towards King, and told him that he needed his help.

Court documents said that King told authorities that the other man got in the back seat and King drove to several locations where they tried to use J.P.'s card. At the ATM at the Mazuma Credit Union at 9300 Troost, King said that the other suspect shot J.P. after the card didn't work.

J.P. later tried to jump from the vehicle, at which time King said the other suspect shot the victim, and left the victim behind.


The victim, Jaime Patton, 28, had been shot and was found dead about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 13700 block of Holmes Road.


Patton, 28, lived in Kansas City and worked as a technology department technician for Belton public schools, fixing and repairing computers.