Two Kan. men faces murder charges in off-duty officer shooting
KANSAS CITY, Kan.- Two men face attempted murder charges for allegedly shooting a police detective who was providing security at the Kansas Speedway.
Frederick Douglas and Nolden Garner were charged today with attempted capital murder in the attack on Police Detective Susan Brown on Sunday. Brown is a 25-year veteran who was working security at the track for a NASCAR race.
Authorities say the two men shot Brown several times and took her handgun.
Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome Gorman also charged the men with aggravated battery, aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and attempted aggravated robbery
Authorities say Douglas and Garner have long criminal histories.
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