The Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl rally was the scene of a mass shooting on Sunday, and now it has been reported that two juveniles have been charged with crimes related to the shooting as the city continues to recover from the aftermath. 

According to a Jackson County Family Court news release, the two juveniles were arraigned Thursday and are being held in the county's Juvenile Detention Center. The juveniles have been held on “gun-related and resisting arrest charges.” 

The release said that additional charges are likely in the near future as the police investigation continues. The court release did not provide any further details, as juvenile court cases in Missouri are typically kept private and hearings are not held in public. Stay tuned for more updates. 

source: AP