WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) – A court document, made public today, shows a Wichita motorcycle rider said he fired shots at a pickup truck because the truck bumped his cycle. The shooting left a Wichita woman inside the truck dead.
Sedgwick County District Court officials released the affidavit of probable cause in the case against Daryon Boone. Boone is charged with first degree murder and criminal discharge of a firearm. Norma Williams was riding in a pickup with her husband when she was struck by a bullet.
The shooting happened September 1st, near Greenwich and Central. Witnesses said a large group of motorcycle riders pulled ahead to block Greenwich so all riders could run the red light. A witness said the Williams’ truck made it through the blockade and nearly hit one of the motorcycles. The witness told officers he then saw Boone chase after the truck. The document revealed Boone told other bikers that the truck hit his bike. The witness recalled Boone saying he “shot at the truck several times but made sure he did not hit anyone.”
Police reviewed several security videos in the area. One shows a motorcycle behind the pickup truck and two puffs are seen coming from the area of the motorcycle.
In an interview with police, Boone denied being in the area of Greenwich and Central the night of the shooting. He also denied carrying a gun because in the past when he carried a gun it scratched the paint on his motorcycle.