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Man allegedly involved in Lake Ozark shooting makes first court appearance

Miller County Sheriff's Office


A man accused of taking part in the deadly shooting at the Lake of the Ozarks in July appeared in person at the Miller County Courthouse Wednesday.

Daniel Kurtzeborn of Iberia was charged with a single count of illegal gun possession in connection with the deadly shooting.

In his brief arraignment Wednesday morning, the judge scheduled an in-person case review for Nov. 3.

One person was killed and four others were injured during the incident outside Casablanca Pub and Grill.

According to court documents, surveillance footage from the Bagnell Dam Strip shows Kurtzeborn exchanging gunfire with others involved in the shooting.

According to a statement filed in Kurtzeborn's case, the Galloping Gooses and Midwest Drifters motorcycle clubs could be seen on video outside the restaurant the night of the shooting.

The statement went on to say video shows members of the Galloping Gooses and the Mongols exchanging gunfire, leading others to exchange shots. Another man is accused of firing the fatal shot.

Court documents also say the Iberia man was not allowed to have a firearm due to his previous criminal record.

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