Police identify man killed in SE Wichita shooting

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) UPDATE 10:20 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018:

The Wichita Police Department identifies a 43-year-old man killed in a Saturday shooting in southeast Wichita as Ray B. Nunley.

Police arrested 28-year-old Aubrey M. Oliver in connection with Nunley's death, the city's 42nd murder of 2018.

Police say about 5:43 a.m. Saturday, (Nov. 10), police responded to a shooting in the 2200 block of South Glendale They say there was a fight in which people were shooting at each other.

They say the disturbance happened at a duplex next to where Nunley lived and that he was shot multiple times after when went next door to try to calm things down. Police say the disturbance that led to Nunley's death involved several people.

Upon arrival, officers found Nunley lying on a sidewalk, not moving. Police say Nunley suffered gunshot wounds to the torso. He died a short time after officers responded.


UPDATE 12:30 p.m Sunday., Nov. 11, 2018:

Aubrey Montez Oliver, 28, of Wichita, was arrested and booked on suspicion of first degree murder in connection to the shooting, according to Wichita Police.


Saturday- Nov.10, 2018

Wichita Police confirm one person has died following a shooting in southeast Wichita.

Police said two people got into a verbal argument in the 2200 block of south Glendale.

During that fight, shots were fired, officers said. One of those people was shot multiple times and later died on scene.

The other person arrived at a nearby hospital on their own with a gunshot wound. That person’s condition is unknown.

Police say they are a person of interest.

Officers are looking into whether drugs or gang activity were involved. The investigation is ongoing.
Eyewitness News is monitoring breaking news this morning from southeast Wichita.

Sedgwick County Dispatchers tell us one person was hurt in a shooting in the 2200 block of South Glendale, near Pawnee and Oliver.

Officers arrived on scene around 5:30 a.m. Saturday and found one person not breathing.

We have a crew on the scene and are working to gather updates on this developing situation.