Police in Kansas City, Kansas, said seven people were shot, one of whom was killed at a Halloween night party near 50th Street and Elmwood Street.  The shooting was reported at 9:07 p.m. home in the 1600 block of South Fifth Street, when some unidentified people appeared in the house.  Oakman said that when they were asked to leave, the suspects began shooting at the house as they were leaving.  Oakman said there were between 70 and 100 people at the party, many of whom were of high school age.  “This is very unfortunate. This stuff has to stop in society. There are a lot of guns here. - School-age students. Like I said, everyone has guns now. We need to be smarter than this,” Oakman said.  Police said at least two of the injured were in critical condition on Monday evening.  "It's annoying. It's unacceptable how many people are here with guns. No matter the situation, we need to know how to manage our anger. Shooting people, or taking people's lives is not the answer. I mean, it's just ridiculous. We have to understand how to solve it." dispute in a peaceful manner.” Oakman added in a Tuesday morning update that the party has been promoted on social media.  Previous parties were held in that house without problems being reported, and one parent was home at the time of the shooting.  Police are looking for four or six different shooters who fled the scene in a dark-colored SUV.  The police are asking anyone at the party to provide information that might help investigators.  Investigators believe that the individuals involved were not invited to the party, and were "older" than the majority of the crowd at the party.  Osman also said of those who were shot, some were inside the house, some were standing outside.  Only the victim was identified as being 17 years old.  Police said the remaining victim in the district hospital is 18 years old and the others who have been discharged are between 15 and 16 years old.  No one was arrested. 
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                <strong class="dateline">Kansas City, Kan.  -</strong>                                          <p>Police in Kansas City, Kansas, said seven people were shot, one of whom was killed at a Halloween party near 50th Street and Elmwood Street.

The shooting was reported at 9:07 p.m.

Police Chief Carl Oakman said there was an invite-only party at a house in the 1600s of South 50th Street, when some unknown people showed up at the house. Oakman said that when they were asked to leave, the suspects began shooting at the house as they were leaving.
Oakman said the party had a capacity of 70 to 100 people, many of them of high school age.

“This is so unfortunate. This stuff in society has to stop. There are a lot of guns here. This was a party with high school age students. Like I said, everyone has guns now. We need to be smarter than this,” he said. Oakman.

Police said at least two of the injured were in critical condition on Monday evening.

“It’s annoying. It’s unacceptable how many people are here with guns. No matter the situation, we need to know how to manage our anger. Shooting people, taking people’s lives is not the answer. I mean it’s just ridiculous. We have to figure out how to resolve conflict peacefully. “.

Ockman added in an update Tuesday morning that the party has been promoted on social media. Previous parties were held in that house without problems being reported, and one parent was home at the time of the shooting.

Police are looking for four or six different shooters who fled the scene in a dark-colored SUV. The police are asking anyone at the party to provide information that might help investigators. Investigators believe that the individuals involved were not invited to the party, and were “older” than the majority of the crowd at the party.

Oakman also said that of those who were shot, some were inside the house, and some were standing outside.

Only the victim was identified as being 17 years old. One of the remaining victims at the district hospital is 18, and the others, who have since been discharged, are between the ages of 15 and 16, police said.

No arrests were made.

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