Friday, March 31, 2017

Alleged Meth Town Robbery Crew In Court After Indy, MO Police Officer Shot In Head

There is a DONATION FUND for the officer who suffered critical injuries, and here's the start of criminal proceedings. Checkit:

Four suspects in Independence officer shooting appear in court

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The four men charged in connection with the robbery and Independence officer shooting appeared in court on Friday. Ronar Santiago-Torres, 27, Joseph E. Wyatt, 28, James McChan, 56, and Donald Nussbaum, 51, are facing charges. Santiago-Torres and Wyatt are each charged with assault on a law enforcement officer, first-degree robbery, armed criminal action, first-degree burglary and kidnapping.

10 Comments:

Bob said...

Being really ugly seems to correlate well with being a criminal. Not that all ugly people are criminals, but most criminals, based on their mug shots, are butt ugly.

Super Dave said...

Look at all those charges against them. Any bets they are back on the streets in three.

Anonymous said...

A damn shame Independence isn't in Clay County. There they would have to borrow a pallet of money from Iran just to make bail and it is damn near guaranteed they wouldn't get a pass like here in libtard land.

Anonymous said...

Stealing a vehicle, busting through a garage door, trying to run over police and leading a high speed chase aren't crimes in Independence??? No wonder they come here to commit these crimes.

Anonymous said...

Addiction is a disease
If our country spent more money to help this would not happen. Opiate ADDICTION is out of control. WAKE UP AMERICA.

Anonymous said...

If the cop didnt get hurt they would of gotten signature bonds and would be back to doing dope and stealing.

Anonymous said...

Meth face is going to jail. The cop that shot the cop will get full pension for PTSD. Yawn. Move on.

Anonymous said...

9:54 Just looking at the prosecutors track record I'd say nothing is much of a crime in Jackson County. If the Independence boons are going to KC it is most likely to see their roots that have not managed to invade another burb.

Anonymous said...

West Virginia's trash is now Missouri's trash:

Nov. 12, 2015
KINGWOOD — Terra Alta resident Ronar Santiago Torres, 26, entered into a plea agreement Thursday morning in Preston County Magistrate Court to buying, receiving, aid in concealing or transferring stolen goods.

The plea agreement dropped the original charge from a felony count to a misdemeanor, and Torres was sentenced to time served and court costs of $160.25 by Magistrate Lew Ault.

Torres, 26, was originally charged with a felony count of receiving or transferring stolen goods after he sold a stolen laptop computer to a Preston County undercover officer.

According to the criminal complaint filed with the Preston County Magistrate Court on Nov. 3, Tracy Harding contacted the Preston County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday to report a laptop computer had been stolen from his vehicle the previous day.

Harding then received a phone call from a person advising him that they had the laptop and were willing to sell it back to him for $75, and Harding agreed. The undercover officer, posing as Harding, met with the person and purchased the laptop for $75.

The complaint states “during the transaction the person, later identified as Mr. Torres, said that he had bought it from a person named Greg and Greg told him he was selling it for crack.” The complaint also says that Torres stated he didn’t think it was this Greg’s and wanted to get it back to the correct owner.

Torres has a prior record of possession of a controlled substance which was dismissed as part of a plea agreement in December 2014 that included no operator’s license, and he was ordered to pay a fine and court costs.

Anonymous said...

Meth isn't an opiate. Not that amphetamine addiction isn't out of control, too.