Murder charges have been filed after a Shawnee gun shop owner died in a botched robbery that left three suspects wounded.
Johnson County prosecutors have charged Hakeem Willie Malik, 18, Londro Emanuel Patterson, 19, Deanthony Armond Wiley, 19, and Nicquan Ke-Aaron Midgyett, 19, with felony first-degree murder. Their bonds have been set at $500,000 each.
Malik is scheduled to face a judge Monday.
The deadly shooting happened Friday afternoon at She's a Pistol when four men tried to rob the store that caters to female gun owners. The business is located at 5725 Nieman Rd.
Co-owner Jon Bieker, 44, managed to shoot three of the suspects. One of the injured suspects fled along with the getaway driver. Police said they arrested those two as they tried to gain entry at a nearby home.
Bieker later died at an area hospital after gunfire erupted when the suspects tried to rob him and his wife, Becky Bieker.
Becky Bieker was not shot but suffered minor injuries after she was punched in the face. She has since been discharged from the hospital.
Two of the suspects are in fair condition at Overland Park Regional Hospital. One had been listed Friday in critical condition. A third suspect remains hospitalized at the University of Kansas City Hospital.
Jon Bieker's family are now planning his funeral.
A GoFundme.com account has been created to assist with store expenses, including cleanup, repairs and other business expenses related to the crime. Click here for more information or visit http://www.gofundme.com/jzjvjo.
Donations can also be made at any US Bank for Becky Bieker/She's a Pistol.
The Kansas State Rifle Association has also established a fund to to help Becky Bieker with funeral and other expenses. Donations can be made on the KSRA website. Click here to donate or visit http://www.ksraweb.com/shop/Catalog-Bieker-Memorial-Fund_7.aspx.
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