Shooting near Westport leaves man wounded early Sunday

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The Lee's Summit Police Department has confirmed that the man who was shot and killed at Californos in Westport Sunday night was a School Resource Officer. Orr wasn't involved. A woman was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the arm that wasn't believed to be life threatening.

Police say the shooting happened after an argument broke out between patrons.

Police say about 200 people were in the area at the time.

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Police said the suspect - described as a tall, light-skinned black male with a very muscular build - with three other man fled the scene after the shooting.

Officer Thomas Orr, 30, was shot and killed at Californos Restaurant, 4124 Pennsylvania Ave., during an argument on the patio Sunday night at about 9:00. He had previously worked for the Marshall, Missouri, Police Dept.

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