Jovan Belcher Murder-Suicide: Police Release Timeline Of Events

By Mack Rawden 3 years ago
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More details are starting to emerge surrounding the deaths of Kansas City Chief Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend/ baby mama Kasandra Perkins, and they paint the picture of a relationship that was spiraling out of control. Just two weeks prior to the murder/ suicide, Perkinsí mother moved in with the couple to try and manage her daughterís spending habits and several months before that, Belcher told a woman he was seeing on the side that he would ďshoot (Perkins) if she didnít leave him aloneĒ.

On the night of November 30, those frustrations started coming to a head. According to The Kansas City Star, Perkins attended a concert with some friends while Belcher went to his secret girlfriendís house to drink and play cards. At around 1 AM, Belcher and Perkins argued over her whereabouts, and the Chief reportedly decided to sleep in his car outside the mistressí house. Police were later called to the scene over reports of a suspicious man sleeping in the parking lot.

Belcher explained the situation to the officers, and after knocking on his mistressí door and getting no response, he stayed the night with the womanís neighbors, sleeping on their coach. He reportedly seemed in good spirits and left around 6:45 AM. Perkins reportedly confronted him about his behavior when he got home, and after a prolonged argument, he shot her numerous times. He then apologized to Perkinsí mother, kissed his child, drove to Arrowhead Stadium and asked for head coach Romeo Crennel and linebackers coach Gary Gibbs. After confessing what he did and thanking everyone in the organization for helping him, he fired a bullet into his brain.

The police released the detailed account earlier this week, and while the toxicology reports havenít come back on either Belcher or Perkins, authorities donít expect them to change the basic facts at all. Pop Blendís sincerest thoughts go out to all those affected by this tragedy, most notably Belcher and Perkinsí child.
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