(NewsReady.com) – The Kansas City Chiefs will make their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years on February 11. Three fans won’t be watching their team this year. That’s because they were found dead in January after watching the last regular-season game. The families of the men think there is more to the story than what’s being told.
On Sunday, January 7, five friends—including 37-year-old David Harrington, 38-year-old Ricky Johnson, and 36-year-old Clayton McGeeney—got together at Jordan Willis’ home to watch the Chiefs play the Los Angeles Chargers.
In the early morning hours of January 8, Willis claims his friends left, and he went to bed. This was disputed by the other friend who was there, who claims he left first while Willis and the others were watching television. Either way, Willis stated he slept most of Monday, except for a short period of time when he was working from home as a scientist for a hospital.
On Tuesday, McGeeney’s fiancée notified police after finding him dead on the back porch of Willis’ home. Authorities responded and discovered McGeeney, Johnson, and Harrington dead and frozen. Kansas City Police stated no foul play was suspected but have been investigating.
Reports recently indicated a preliminary autopsy showed the men had THC, cocaine, and fatal levels of fentanyl in their systems. Harrington’s stepmother, Theresa Harrington, told the press, “What matters is that [Harrington] didn’t take that to die.” She said there has to be more to the story, and the family wants it thoroughly investigated.
Jon Harrington, the victim’s father, said that his son probably got the drugs at the party. He stated, “Somebody gave them something that would kill them.” The grieving father previously claimed he wasn’t convinced Willis didn’t play a part in the deaths, but they haven’t figured it out yet. He speculated that they may have seen something they shouldn’t have seen.
Willis denies any involvement. He has moved out of the home where the deaths took place.
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