SHAME!!! KANSAS CITY 'BABY ON BOARD' DRUG DEAL GONE WRONG NEAR CHICKEN SHACK LED TO KID GETTING SHOT!?!
Recap of the events allegedly preceding a youngster getting shot from the primary source and MSM reports that followed:
Jackson County Prosecutor's Office: Belton couple charged with child abuse in recent shootings at Prospect and Gregory in KC
A Belton man and his girlfriend have been charged with child abuse and child endangerment for firing weapons near the children during a reported drug deal in Kansas City, resulting in one child being shot, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
The couple face Child Abuse, a Class A felony, and two counts of Child Endangerment in the 1st Degree, Class C felonies.
According to court records, police responded on the evening of Aug. 18, 2016, to the scene of a shooting behind a Church's Chicken near Prospect Avenue and Gregory Blvd. They found a man shot to death in the parking lot and the defendants with two children, 2 and 3 years old. The younger child has been shot. Roberson told police he had set up a drug deal there and had two firearms in the vehicle with the two children. He acknowledged firing a weapon near the children. Kuntz also told police she fired a gun in the vehicle with the children there. Roberson told police they brought the children to the drug deal because they didn't have a babysitter. The defendants told police a gun fight erupted after the man they met for the drug deal pulled a gun. The 19-year-old man died from his wounds.
Prosecutors have requested a bond of $100,000 cash for each defendant.
Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker will be available for short interviews with the media at 12:45 p.m. at Metro Patrol, 7601 Prospect Avenue.
Jackson County’s top prosecutor announced Sunday a Belton couple is charged after bringing their kids to a drug deal Thursday night.
“The children, a two-year-old and a three-year-old, are literally caught in the crossfire inside this vehicle,” Baker said.
TKC TEACHING MOMENT: DON'T BRING YOUR KIDS TO A DRUG DEAL!!!
This should be common knowledge but it's not in Kansas City . . . The more you know.
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