Shooter was drunk, had been told to leave Kansas City funeral before opening fire, witness says
Malcom Morris, funeral director and owner of Elite Funeral Chapel in Kansas City, Missouri, has decided to stop providing funeral services to homicide victims. - Tammy Ljungblad/The Kansas City Star/TNS

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A man who opened fire at a funeral home in south Kansas City Friday morning, injuring four people, was drunk and had been asked to leave before the shooting, according to one employee. The employee, who said his wife was inside the Elite Funeral Chapel at the time, said after staff asked the man to leave he was seen exiting but then returning with a gun. “He went out and one of the other guys that works in there saw him with a gun and he told everybody he had a gun,” the employee said. The man returned and shot a woman as she was sitting on a couch in the funeral home, the e...