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Linebacker Jovan Belcher's blood-alcohol level was .17, more than twice the legal limit, when he killed his girlfriend at their apartment before driving to the Kansas City Chiefs' training facility and shooting himself. The autopsy report released Monday by the Jackson County Medical Examiner showed Belcher was legally drunk when he died on Dec. 1 after committing suicide in front of Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel and general manager Scott Pioli. Belcher's girlfriend, 22-year-old Kasandra Perkins, had a minimal amount of alcohol in her system. No trace of illegal drugs was found in either of their bodies. According to the report, Belcher fired nine shots that hit Perkins in the neck, chest, abdomen, hip, back, leg and hand after a Saturday morning argument when he returned after being out all night. He then left in his car and drove to the Chiefs' facility, where he encountered Pioli. "I'm sorry, Scott," Belcher said. "I've done a bad thing...
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A little over six weeks since Jovan Belcher shot his girlfriend, then turned the gun on himself, more key details are coming out that give a clearer picture of that tragic day.
Kasandra Perkins shot 9 times
Jovan Belcher shot his girlfriend and mother of his child, 22-year old Kasandra Perkins, nine times, an autopsy report reveals.
Belcher, a Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, murdered Perkins December 1, 2012 at a home they shared, shooting her in the back, leg, hand, chest, neck, and abdomen, before driving approximately five miles to the...
Autopsy results released today show that Jovan Belcher was drunk when he fired nine fatal shots into the mother of his child, Kasandra Perkins, on Dec. 1 before driving himself to a Kansas City Chiefs facility and killing himself in front of team personnel.
The 25-year-old Long Island native had a blood-alcohol level of .17, more than twice the legal limit for driving in Missouri...
Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher's alcohol levels were more than twice the legal limit when he took his own life, according to an autopsy report obtained by FOXSports.com on Monday.
Belcher shot himself in the parking lot of Arrowhead Stadium, minutes after killing his girlfriend Kasandra Perkins on the morning of Dec. 1. No drugs were found in his system, but the...
According to KMBC Channel 9 in Kansas City, former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher was legally intoxicated the morning he shot and killed girlfriend Kasandra Perkins and himself. Autopsy reports showed that Belcher had a blood alcohol content of .170, which is twice the legal limit. On December 1st Belcher shot Kasandra Perkins [...]
The Chiefs introduced longtime Packers executive John Dorsey as their new general manager Monday, turning over a team that was 2-14 to one of them men responsible for building Green Bay into a consistent winner.
Dorsey takes over for Scott Pioli, who was fired after four tumultuous seasons. The Chiefs announced the Dorsey had been hired on Saturday night, while the Packers were...
Belcher and Perkins, and Baby Zoey (photo courtesy KCTV)
KANSAS CITY - On Monday, officials released the autopsy reports surrounding the murder suicide of Kasandra Perkins and Kansas City linebacker Jovan Belcher.
The Jackson County Medical Examiner said first, in the released reports, that Belcher shot Perkins nine times. The troubled NFL star shot his girlfriend/mother of...
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told the media that he plans on sticking with a 3-4 base defense rather than switching to a 4-3, which he ran in Philadelphia.
“There’s been time invested in the 3-4 here,” Reid said, per the Kansas City Star. “The 3-4 gives you some flexibility. I’ve run both (defensive systems). I’ve been involved in both so I understand how they...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The wholesale overhaul of the Kansas City Chiefs is nearly complete.
Andy Reid has been hired to replace Romeo Crennel as coach, and longtime Packers personnel man John Dorsey has replaced Scott Pioli as general manager. Most of the assistant coaches are on board, and now the Chiefs can start turning their attention toward the rebuilding job.
With a new head coach in the fold and a new general manager, the Kansas City Chiefs have found a pair of men, that won’t stop until they get the job done.