Article note: We were initially sent the incorrect booking photo of the suspect, Christopher Lindley, and have requested and received the correct booking photo. We apologize for the error.
Prosecutors in far southern Missouri say the suspect charged in that deadly weekend shooting at a Koshkonong convenience store is jailed without bond this (Monday) morning. Reporter Cody Sanders at our West Plains affiliate KWPM reports the gunman killed one and critically wounded three others Saturday at a Snappy Mart.
Officers responded to the Snappy Mart convenience store Saturday morning around 5:15 a.m. Witnesses heard multiple shots and several witnessed the shootings either inside or outside of the store but did not suffer any injuries.
Sergeant Jeff Kinder with the Missouri Highway Patrol says the victim who died lived out of state. The three injured in the shooting remain in critical condition at a Springfield hospital. One of the injured lived out of state.
KY-3 in Springfield reports 28-year-old Christopher Lindley of Thayer is jailed without bond. KY-3 also reports Lindley had a connection with one of the victims who was shot.