Conklin had stopped at the basement bedroom of a woman whom he used to date. Records say Conklin tried to kiss and touch the woman, but she wasn't interested because they had broken up. That's when Rhymer, carrying a gun, and two other men entered the room.
"We have problems," Rhymer told Conklin, according to a witness.
Documents say Conklin taunted Rhymer, who he said wouldn't shoot him, which led to Rhymer allegedly shooting him.
Conklin, 27, died in the basement of the home. Now, Jackson County prosecutors have charged Rhymer, 28, with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the April 19 killing.