WICHITA, Kan. — A Wichita man who allegedly shot and killed a woman earlier this month has been charged with murder.
19-year-old Daryon Boone appeared in Sedgwick County court on Monday for the shooting death of a 69-year-old Wichita woman named Norma Williams.
On September 1st, around 10 p.m., Boone and a group of stunt motorcycle riders allegedly took over the intersection at Greenwich Rd. and Kellogg Dr., violating the red light.
Wichita Police Chief Joe Sullivan said one of the motorcycles made contact with a pickup truck driven by Norma’s husband in which she was riding as a passenger. After the contact, the couple tried to drive away but some of the riders decided to pursue them.
Police believe that Boone, being one of the riders who decided to follow, “pulled out a firearm and put two shots into the rear window of the pickup” killing Norma in front of her husband.
Boone is charged with criminal discharge of a firearm and first-degree murder with a bond set at $500,000. His next court date is scheduled for October 2nd.