Shot Fired Near Congressman Kevin Yoder’s Home In Overland Park
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – On Friday night, a shot was fired across the street from Kansas Congressman Kevin Yoder’s home.
The case didn’t involve Yoder and no family member was present at his home when the incident happened.
Yoder’s neighbor and a contractor were involved in the case as they were arguing over a cost issue for air conditioning repair. The neighbor said that he will not get his service and will find another individual who will charge less. As he was going out of his home, the contractor started a physical fight by throwing a hammer at the neighbor. The hammer didn’t hit him and landed in Yoder’s driveway.
To end the fight, the homeowner ran and got his gun to scare the contractor. He fired one shot to warn him and the second neighbor reported the incident to the police.
The neighbor who was involved in the fight sustained non-life threatening injuries and the contractor went away.
No other individual sustained injuries in the shooting and no one was taken into custody as the case is under investigation.