Chiefs Fan Accused Of Being Involved In Death of 3 Friends Speaks Out

Chiefs Fan Accused Of Being Involved In Death of 3 Friends Speaks Out

Jordan Willis, the homeowner where three Kansas City Chiefs fans were found dead, is reportedly “devastated and depressed” due to accusations against him.

David Harrington, 37, Ricky Johnson, 38, and Clayton McGeeney, 36, were found lifeless on January 9 in Willis’ backyard, after gathering at his house to watch the Chiefs’ game. Fox News Digital reported that one body was on the back porch, while the other two were in the backyard, likely succumbing to extreme cold.

Willis, an HIV data scientist, claimed he slept for nearly 48 hours post-game and was unaware of the bodies until police arrived for a welfare check. His attorney, John Picerno, affirmed Willis’ innocence, stating, “He does not know the timing or manner of their deaths, nor does he know how or when they exited his house.”

Law enforcement has clarified that the deaths are not being treated as a crime. A source close to Willis, speaking to Fox Nation, described the intense scrutiny Willis faces without concrete details, evidence, or charges, leaving him “devastated” and “depressed.”

The source, identifying as Willis’ friend, said, “Not only is the whole country accusing him of murdering his friends without factual details, evidence or any charges at this time, but he also lost three close friends. He didn’t get to say goodbye or go to their funerals due to the circumstances of these wild speculations and accusations.”

Dismissing rumors of Willis’ prior knowledge of the deaths, the source noted that Willis’ family learned of the tragedy through media and initially feared he was among the deceased.

The families of the deceased have questioned Willis’ narrative, with Harrington’s parents suspecting his involvement. Jon Harrington, David’s father, told Fox News Digital, “We just haven’t figured out how yet… What else could it be? Perfectly healthy men don’t just drop off the face of the Earth.”

The source close to Willis refuted these speculations, labeling the “mad scientist agenda” as absurd and unrelated to Willis’ profession.

The source revealed Willis’ long-standing connections with the deceased, having known them since high school and reconnected after returning to Kansas City. Addressing Willis’ unawareness of the bodies, the source explained that Willis’ therapy dog for his Alzheimer’s-afflicted father was not present, which might have alerted him.

Willis has since left his rental home due to fear of “retaliation” from media coverage and threats, with the source affirming his cooperation with police and describing him as a “good guy” facing public vitriol.

Captain Jake Becchina of the Kansas City Police Department emphasized, “This case is 100 percent NOT being investigated as a homicide,” adding, “There have not been any arrests [or] charges, and no one is in custody. The resident at the house was cooperative with detectives the day the deceased were discovered.”