Soldier Found Guilty In Manhattan Shooting

By: Stephanie Schultz
By: Stephanie Schultz
KMAN reports 27-year-old Daniel Parker was found guilty of first degree murder and discharge of a firearm in an occupied building Thursday.

The suspect, SPC Daniel Parker, appearing in court Friday by video conference from the Riley County Jail

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - A former Fort Riley soldier has been found guilty on two counts in a deadly Manhattan shooting.

KMAN reports 27-year-old Daniel Parker was found guilty of first degree murder and discharge of a firearm in an occupied building Thursday.

21-year-old Frederick Beverly Junior, a Kansas National Guardsman, was killed in Manhattan in 2012 after Parker opened fire outside of a party.

Sentencing for Parker is set for October 7th in Riley County District Court.


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