KSHB: Mental health expert shares warning signs of psychotic episodes following tragic killings

July 20, 2021

Following a tragic triple-homicide in Kansas City, Missouri, charging documents show a family member was concerned about the suspect experiencing psychotic episodes leading up to the shooting.

KSHB talked to Amanda Davis, LPC, Director of Intake Services at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center, about early signs to look for and how to get help.

Watch the story below.

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