Monday, January 07, 2013

CROOKS STEAL GUNS FROM KCPD CARS!!!



Worth repeating from this morning . . .

KCTV5: Weapons are missing after seven vehicles were burglarized Monday morning, including six law enforcement vehicles.

Heard back from a couple of nearby denizens at the scene of this crime who are absolutely terrified of the consequences of this brazen robbery that offers a bit of a reality check regarding the fight against crime in Kansas City.

35 Comments:

Dianne Feinstein's Insane Rage said...

Ban Police Cars!
Those are ASSAULT VEHICLES!!!

Run away, RUN AWAY!

Newz said...


Reached for comment, Sly James replied, "That's not my Forte.".

Sly James said...

I don't care about crime in Kansas City, I'm building toy trains. Let those East side leaders deal with them.

PS: Don't bother driving by my dilapidated house on 42nd & Montgall. I'm not part of the problem ^wink, wink

Overheard at KCPD said...

Well just great more KCPD FAIL

Anonymous said...

Think that area is as far from the East side as they can get with a KC address and not live up north. Is that Forte's neighborhood?

Anonymous said...

First off, KCPD didn't have any guns stolen from the vehicles. The guns were taken from Jackson County deputy cars.

Anonymous said...

Fast and Furious said: So that's how those guns got to Mexico. Ha Ha Maybe there were no guns left at the gun store over on Meyer to steal.

Anonymous said...

Not true.....a rifle..shotgun...and pistol were taken!!!

Your Government At Work said...

Eric Holder will order BATFE raids on every household in KC - and then the rest of the Metro - in order to find those guns and keep us all safe.

Anonymous said...

Little wonder crime is so high in Kansas City.
We have nothing but dumb fuck cops guarding the gates.
What were they doing?
Surfing the web at headquarters?
Sitting behind the desk reading the newspaper?
What a bunch of goofs.

Anonymous said...

This is Sheriff Sharp's neighborhood. Was his charger broken into? Sounds like it was!

Anonymous said...

This made National News.
How embarrassing for KCPD.

Anonymous said...

Not kcpd this time. Jackson County Sheriff. Read the article.

Anonymous said...

yes 757 we sit stationary in between calls. Why do u ask? Should we be out and about chasing after bad boys and girls? The answer to that question should be "Hell Yea", but will we? Highly doubtful. Why u ask? Well lets just say that the captains and above ( I'd say 85-90%) don't back the folks who bust their asses within the patrol division.

Anonymous said...

This is an inside job. Sounds like a fight is going on between KCPD and the Sheriffs Dept. Probably drugs involved. It's gonna be a long hot summer in Kansas City!

Remember, snitches get stitches!

Anonymous said...

Apparently Tony didn't read the story he linked to because no guns were stolen from KCPD cars. Tonys headline is wrong.

Anonymous said...

Oh please, cry me a river!

Anonymous said...

They were still law enforcement weapons (which is not to say they were state of the art). Stop trying to pass the buck.

Anonymous said...

Ok that makes me feel better.

Anonymous said...

KCPD is real quick to point the finger here. What's up with that?

Anonymous said...

I like KCPD and the sheriff's department. Can't you boys and girls play nice with each other? No one but law enforcement could have taken those weapons given the way they were secured in the locked cars which you knew how to get around.

Anonymous said...

They were off duty and their cars were parked in their driveways dumbass.

Anonymous said...

Will these (most likely) commanders recieve automatic discipline for having dept owned equipment stolen from their vehicles like the rest of us?

Anonymous said...

no need to worry, captain gentry is on the case

Anonymous said...

the propery crimes sgt that doesn't know the difference between a tfa and a buglary

Anonymous said...

Good God, there is no riff between KCPD and the Sheriff's dept. Both departments cars were targeted, the Sheriff's car was not hit, nor was Forte's who lives in the same neighborhood and was the closest house to the break-ins. Most likely a disgruntled KCPD or Deputy that got fired...but of course that's just not a cool enough story.

Anonymous said...

LIKE I SAID, it was an inside job!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Uniform theft bothers more then weapon theft. One more stolen gun on the street--shrug. Thugs wearing cop gear trying to pull people over--scary.

Anonymous said...

My opinion is that it is not very smart to leave uniforms and guns in cars. I also think that having 100 officers living in one neighborhood really says a lot about why the police and Sheriff seem to neglect so many other parts of this city. They were lucky this time, next time the burglars may strike their homes. The fact is, that having such a high concentration of officers living in one neighborhood sends a message to the crooks that their is an area of an endless supply of guns and ammo.

Anonymous said...

And what do you propose 12:16. Pass a law that says there can only be so many cops in one neighborhood? Go fuck yourself.

Anonymous said...

Hey 12:16, maybe it's you that broke into the cars...are you saying your going to hit their houses next?

Anonymous said...

The obvious is that cop cars in driveways signal to crooks that guns and ammo are in plenty of supply. A Florida tropper just had his retired K-9 killed in a home burglary after thieves broke into the officer's house to steal guns. Having a 100 officers living in cop town is an occupational hazard and this type of crime should be expected.

Anonymous said...

I'm not pulling over until I drive to a police station with them behind me with my flashers on! They'll just have to give me a ticket for evading arrest. Given these facts I'm sure the charges will be dropped! What else would any other reasonable person do?

Anonymous said...

...you're....

Anonymous said...

Didn't the dogs bark in the officers neighborhood? No one had a dog?