Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Jackson County Prosecutor Mean Jean Charges Kansas City Coffee Crook Suspect!!!

A bit of morning news that's apropos given that the day doesn't start without this signature Kansas City stimulant in spite of increased java threats . . .

Felon charged in weekend morning coffee shop robberies in KC


A 25-year-old Kansas City man, a felon convicted of robbery in 2008, has been charged in a weekend morning coffee shop robbery in midtown Kansas City, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.

The suspect faces Robbery in the 1st Degree, two counts of Armed Criminal Action, Attempted Robbery in the 1st Degree and two counts of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.*

According to court records, the suspect approached some people sitting outside a coffee shop in the 2900 block of McGee, pointed a black handgun at them and took a wallet from one person. He attempted to a take a purse from another victim. He ran to a nearby car, then sped away. Photos taken of his vehicle, and its license plate, allowed police to find Wesley at his home address. Police found a black handgun in his vehicle.

Prosecutors requested a bond of $100,000.

That's most likely the Filling Station which is pretty sweet coffee place, very trendy and wherein patrons probably helped catch the suspect via mobile phone pix.

Developing . . .


Anonymous said...

Amazing. They'll describe the color of the gun but not the perp.

Anonymous said...

He's going to get lots of probation in Jackson County. That will teach him.

Anonymous said...

Our fine friend is 25 now, and convicted of a felony in 2006? He would have been ajuvenile, but if we know about it they tried him as an adult. How many times you think he was busted before 2008 that led them to try him as an adult? What do you think he will do once he gets out after this conviction?