Warrensburg Police responded to a drive-by shooting on South Mulberry Street on Monday evening May 6, 2024. Two victims survived the shooting and two suspects were taken into custody by Warrensburg Police and charged. This is according to a press release on the Warrensburg Police Department Facebook Page.

Upon responding to the call police officers located one gunshot victim with a wound to the leg and the other with a gunshot wound to their mid-section. Both were found inside a residence in their bedroom. The victims were transported to a Kansas City hospital and both survived the shooting.

During the initial investigation, Warrensburg Police Detectives found four bullet holes in the wall of the residence, and approximately four nine-millimeter shell casings in the middle of South Mulberry. Detectives were also able to obtain a video that showed a dark-colored vehicle involved in the shooting, however, no license plate was visible.

On Tuesday, May 7, police developed a person of interest in the shooting identified as Austin J. Pogue. Police obtained enough evidence and interviewed Pogue post-Miranda, and he admitted to being the shooter in the incident. He was arrested on multiple felony charges, and Police later obtained a No Bond warrant for Harassment 1st degree and a Violation of an Order of Protection.

On Wednesday, May 8, detectives obtained information that connected Jaydon H. Gosnell to the crime. Once detectives interviewed Gosnell post-Miranda, he admitted to driving Pogue to the victims' residence because Pogue stated, "I'll take care of them." Gosnell was arrested on multiple felony charges.

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On Thursday, May 9, 2024, the Warrensburg Investigations Bureau applied for an arrest warrant for Jaydon H. Gosnell for Accessory Assualt 1st Degree, two counts of Accessory Armed Criminal Action, Aiding or Abetting a Person Discharging a Firearm, and Accessory to Harassment 1st degree. The Johnson County Missouri Courts issued a No Bond warrant for Gosnell on these charges.

Detectives also submitted charges on Austin J. Pogue for two counts Assult 1st Degree with Serious Injury, two counts of Armed Criminal Action, and Discharging a Firearm from a Motor Vehicle at a building Causing Serious Injury. At press time a warrant had not been issued on these charges, however, he is being held on another No Bond Warrant.

Chief Munsterman thanks the members of the public who provided information to Warrensburg Detectives to help solve this crime, as well as all the agencies involved in the investigation and the officers and detectives who worked tirelessly over the last five days building a solid investigation.

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