According to a law enforcement official close to the investigation, Jovan Belcher was out “partying” the night before he shot Kasandra Perkins. He had been with a woman in the Power and Light District, an area of bars in downtown Kansas City.
Belcher and the woman had become separated at some point and he went to her apartment in a complex in Kansas City, but she wasn’t there, the official said. According to two of the woman’s neighbors, Belcher was intoxicated and they let him stay in their apartment so he could get some sleep.
Belcher asked them to wake him by 6:30 a.m. so he could attend a team meeting later that morning, the official said. “I’ll get fined if I don’t make it,” Belcher told them.
The women woke Belcher and he went to the house he and Perkins shared at about 6:30 a.m. or 7 a.m. She had returned home several hours earlier after attending a Trey Songz concert and being out in the Power and Light District, as well.
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