Man wanted by police in connection with teen’s shooting death has been arrested and is charged with second-degree intentional murder

photo by: Lawrence Police Department

Cir Allen Keith Glover is pictured in this attempt to locate poster from the Lawrence Police Department.

A Lawrence man has been arrested in connection with a teen’s shooting death and is charged with second-degree intentional murder.

The man, Cir Allen Keith Glover, 18, of Lawrence, is charged with one felony count of second-degree intentional murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Isaiah Neal, according to charging documents. Charges were filed Friday morning.

Neal died at an area hospital Thursday morning after officers responded to reports of gunshots at 2406 Alabama St. at about 1:15 a.m. Officers with the Lawrence Police Department found Neal with multiple gunshot wounds, and they began life-saving measures until paramedics with Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical arrived on the scene, as the Journal-World reported.

Thursday police asked for the public’s help in finding Glover then posted on social media Friday afternoon that he had been taken into custody after receiving a tip from the public. He is being held on a $1 million bond.

Glover has juvenile convictions for felony distribution of marijuana for a 2022 incident and one misdemeanor count of escape from custody for a 2023 incident. He pleaded no contest to the charges in September of 2023 and was sentenced to nine months of probation, according to court records. He was 18 at the time of sentencing.

Glover was also convicted in Douglas County for misdemeanor battery in 2020 in connection with an incident at a football game at Free State High School where he punched another teen in the nose, fracturing it, according to court records.

He has an additional conviction in Johnson County for carrying a concealed firearm in 2022, according to court records. A list of witnesses on the charging documents includes AMC Theatre personnel.


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