Man pleads no contest to murder charge from 2015 shooting in northern OP

Jay Senter - November 13, 2017 10:44 am
Overland Park police investigated the homicide near 61st Terrace and Robinson in summer 2015.
Overland Park police investigated the homicide near 61st Terrace and Robinson in summer 2015.

StokesA 20-year-old Kansas City, Kan., man has pleaded no contest to second degree murder charges stemming from a 2015 shooting in northern Overland Park that left two men dead.

Marquise Deondre Stokes had been facing a first degree murder charge for the June 30, 2015, shooting at 61st Terrace and Robinson Street. Emergency responders found Velik Lannte Henderson already deceased when they arrived. Trevon Dewayne Anderson had also been shot, and was transported to Overland Park Regional Medical Center and later pronounced dead.

Through a plea deal with the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office, Stokes’ charges were reduced to second degree murder for the death of Henderson.

Get Shawnee Mission Post’s latest headlines via email for FREE each weekday!

Get Shawnee Mission Post’s latest headlines via email for FREE each weekday!


Anderson has been in Johnson County jail since July 18, 2015. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for Feb. 12, 2018. Sentences for intentional second degree murder in Kansas range from 12.5 to 54 years in prison.

 

Never miss a story. Try full access today for just 99¢

You want to know what’s happening in Shawnee Mission. We make it easy. Sign up today for just 99¢ and get full access to all stories plus our premium email newsletters.

Subscribe for access to comments section