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Three people face multiple charges in Lone Jack murder

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Three people have been charged with multiple felony charges in connection to a deadly shooting on June 9 near Lone Jack.

Danielle Bell, Raphael Corrioso, Kevin Fenwick

Danielle L. Bell, 19, and Raphael R. Corrioso, 23, both of Kansas City, and Kevin Fenwick, 28, of Independence, each face 2nd degree murder, 1st degree assault, and two counts of armed criminal action.

Court records say Jackson County Sheriff's deputies were called out to 50 Highway and Tarsney Road near Lone Jack on Friday morning, on a report of a man suffering a gunshot wound flagging down a passing motorist.

The man directed officers to a building where a woman was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds. That victim was identified as Rebecca Murphy.

Officers tracked Bell to a residence and Kansas City and stopped her, along with Corrioso and Fenwick.

Corrioso told police they had confronted the victims about a plan to rob Danielle Bell. The assault victim said Murphy was fighting with Bell when they were both forced into a vehicle and taken to a residence in eastern Jackson County, where they were told to undress and one of the men with Bell began shooting.

The man ran outside, where he was able to flag down a passing car, court documents say.

Prosecutors have requested a bond of $150,000 for each suspect.