Charles Roy Pearson Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife (Sylvia Ann Ussery-Pearson), Net Worth, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Charles Roy Pearson Bio

Charles Roy Pearson Bio

Charles Roy Pearson shot and Killed after he allegedly fired several shots at them with what police described as an assault-style rifle. who was killed in a shootout with police Tuesday near the Legends shopping center in Kansas City, Kansas, has been identified as Charles Roy Pearson.

Charles Roy Pearson Age

He was 51 years old.

Charles Roy Pearson’s Wife Missing

Sylvia Ann Ussery-Pearson was reported missing on Tuesday morning. So far there’s no official confirmation that she’s dead, despite Charles Pearson making that claim.

Sylvia Ussery-Pearson, 49, left her home in Overland Park Monday morning and did not return.

Pearson told a hotel manager before the shootout that he killed his wife, was dangerous and that the manager needed to call the police. Then the witness said he went out to a red Maserati and peeled out of the parking lot.

As part of the investigation, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office searched a rural property south of Harrisonville along with Overland Park police, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the FBI, but left after about two hours.

Lt. Craig McMein, a sheriff’s office spokesman, said no evidence had been found.

Anyone with information on Ussery-Pearson’s whereabouts was asked to call Overland Park police at 913-344-8750.

Charles Roy Pearson Criminal History

An online records search through Johnson County District Court shows Pearson was charged last year with one misdemeanor count of criminal damage to property.

The charge stemmed from an incident in Lenexa on Oct. 8, 2018, when Pearson allegedly broke a mirror, according to the charging documents. It also references a person by the name of Sylvia Pearson.

Charles Pearson was booked into the Johnson County jail and was released the next day after posting bond. He was ordered to have no contact with Sylvia Pearson for 72 hours after bonding out, court records showed.

Charles Pearson was also ordered to not own or possess any firearms or ammunition, the records show.

Online court records indicate a diversion agreement in the case was signed Nov. 28, 2018.

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