Thursday, March 16, 2017

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY POLICE SEARCH MASSIVE COLLECTION OF SURVEILLANCE VIDEO AMID TONI ANDERSON MURDER INVESTIGATION!!!



The mysterious disappearance and death of stripper Toni Anderson is now part of a Kansas City Police murder investigation.

Once again, this fact of life is worth repeating in order to contradict insane Internets conspiracy theories and help promote a productive conversation about public safety . . .

Credit where it's due, while the smarter denizens of our TKC blog community have always believed that TONI ANDERSON WAS MURDERED . . . Here's Fox4 offering an impressive bit of journalism on evolving police commentary regarding this tragic topic. Check the DEFINITIVE quote which sheds light on the latest developments . . .

"When FOX 4 asked police if they suspect foul play in Anderson’s disappearance, they simply said the investigation is still ongoing. Police say there is a boat landing dock at this park, but it’s unclear how Anderson’s car got into the river."

Per ushe our blog community made this call FIRST with the help of KICK-ASS INSIDERS and now we want to put the latest developments on blast . . .

To wit . . .

KANSAS CITY POLICE ARE UNDERTAKING A MASSIVE EFFORT TO SEARCH THROUGH SURVEILLANCE VIDEO FROM SOURCES ALONG THE ROUTE OF TONI ANDERSON'S FATAL FINAL KNOWN JOURNEY!!!

The most KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS sent us a map of the path that speaks volumes and deserves a good look . . .



Here's the word . . .

"Private investigators reviewing street surveillance video from locations along the final mile into Platte Landing Park. Downtown Parkville businesses, Park University, etc., cooperating with archived video from hard drives."

Like it or not, the last known whereabouts of Toni Anderson offer an indication of the young woman moving almost directly North near the final location where her dead body was discovered AND NOT bouncing around the downtown area lost as some previous news reports indicate.



Brief aside . . . As national news outlets start to pick up the story again, we notice that the deets of Toni Anderson's work as a stripper and party girl are being downplayed despite the very likely possibility that her treacherous lifestyle played a part in her tragic demise.

But now let's get even more real . . . We're hoping for more info on this topic later today or sometime next week given that a KCPD presser on ST. Paddy's Day is a very obvious way to dump this information in part of the news-cycle that is typically overlooked.



While there are a great many supportive and good people in Kansas City . . . After 3PM on Friday just about everybody and their grandma is gonna be drunk. Forget about Jack the Ripper for a moment, on St. Paddy's Day most locals are preoccupied chasing leprechauns.

Nevertheless . . .



The fake news about a young woman driving to a desolate location and then plunging into the river of her own volition has been DEBUNKED.

The aftermath . . .

It's encouraging to Kansas City police using resources and meeting with WIDESPREAD COMMUNITY COOPERATION IN THIS TONI ANDERSON MURDER INVESTIGATION despite the assertions of Internet trolls and more timid souls who don't want to know the REALITY of life in Kansas City.

As always, there's concern that this murder investigation of a beautiful, young, white woman will overshadow so many homicides in the urban core among minority residents . . . And while that viewpoint deserves respect and acknowledgment, the case of Toni Anderson helps to shed light on the escalating level of homicide throughout the metro and expose the dangerous underworld of Kansas City which has claimed so many lives.

Developing . . .

62 Comments:

James B. said...

Planning for the search and news of her car started on Wednesday but didn't turn up until Friday. Reports from the ME are starting to follow that same pattern. But, like you said TK, it is good that people are cooperating with the police, that will definitely lead to more information.

Anonymous said...

It has been awhile, would like to hear more about what the medical examiner says. I read that they told her parents to plan for a funeral. That should be this weekend if the body has already been released to them.

Greedo said...

When we talk about trolls and some of the other conspiracy theories, what I don't like is that a lot of people have been pointing fingers at police. Totally unacceptable. I don't believe a lot of what the parents had to say but it is encouraging that they're saying police have really helped them through what must have been a devastating time.

Anonymous said...

Saw this one on Twitter, somebody said they found her dash camera footage:

https://youtu.be/n5lbShWEGQ0

That's harsh but makes about as much sense as the theory that she just drove into the river.

Anonymous said...

Maybe she got stoned, and decided to go for a joy ride.

Ooh! OMG! I feel just like Thelma and Louise!

Anonymous said...

Check You Tube

Anonymous said...

Oh yah YouTube!

Weez kickin butt now wit da truth!

Anonymous said...

I am willing to entertain other options. I don't know if this was a jack the ripper type of deal or not. Look, serial killers and chronic murderers have been getting away with unsolved homicides for years. Every famous serial killer got away with it many times before they got caught. So yes, it does seem strange that she ended up in the river, considering she was a good swimmer and a life guard.

Anonymous said...

Car accidents happen all the time. People do stupid things when driving.

Anonymous said...

Considering how many bodies, cars and other shit gets dumped into the Missouri River to be forgotten by people you'd think they would have a couple of infared cameras pointed towards the boat launch and parking lots to catch illegal car dumping, sex cruising and drug dealing.

The Shady Lady has about 10 cameras outside especially on their parking lot so if she picked someone up there cops should know about it.

Anonymous said...

Great blog for goofing off, making shit up, and wasting time that would otherwise go unwasted.

Anonymous said...

When do we get paid for all the comments we post boss?

Anonymous said...

^^^

HA HA HA!

Anonymous said...

It does make me skeptical when the top o' the hour news readers repeat, repeat, repeat the PD line of no foul play, baaa baaa, no foul play. Shoot like this don't happen by accident, not by a dang sight. The police constant denials certainly give ammo to the conspiracy blogs wanting to infer that they are complicit/involved with her murder. They really need to release a press brief clearly stating this is a murder investigation. Be unequivocal about it. It is and has been from the beginning. Kudos to the family/BF for actually using the go-fund-me money to hire a PI though rather than take it and run as SO SO often happens in situations like these.

Anonymous said...

Yeah! Especially when Tony's Crackpot Clue Club has the case all wrapped up!!

Anonymous said...

Southbound I-35 shutdown near 20th Street just before Southwest Trafficway due to fatal crash.

See shit happens every focking day here due to the plague of idiot drivers infesting this city.

Anonymous said...

Cell phone addict accident.

Anonymous said...

KCPD behind the curve again...... way behind.

Anonymous said...

If this was truly an accident there should be further evidence to support this theory.

I understand the car was found with the shift lever in the R position due to internet rumor. If this is true:

1 It would support the theory she paniced while going into the water.

2 There should be evidence of her trying to restart the waterlogged engine. Once the water level was over the headlights the engine would suck in water thru the air intake. Since water does not compress there should be internal engine damage such as a bent connecting rod(s) from the engine trying to restart. A person pushing a dead car into a river would not be able to re crate this, as the engine would need to sputter while submerged.

Visualize if you will a girl in a car, sliding down an unknown boat ramp. In a panic I could see how she would try, and keep trying to back out instead of bailing into the cold water , even try to restart the engine while the car was floating downstream.

Just something to throw out.




Wyatt Earp, Dodge City said...

I like what Super Dave said about the thought she was meeting someone and it was all a secret. He's probably on to something and why her friends had her being all over the place. Even they didn't know her agenda that night it appears. For sure her boyfriend didn't it appears. Either her and the boyfriend didn't communicate much or as Dave said, she was off doing something she didn't want others knowing about yet.

I just wish we had a stronger more experienced ME here in Kansas City to handle this case. Dr. Diane Peterson at 38, she is among the younger Chief MEs in the nation. Peterson became a Chief ME five years after getting done with her fellowship and that's way to fast and sadly lacks a lot of experience a more seasoned ME would have had. As Dave also pointed out does Dr Peterson have the expertise to do an autopsy on a body in the condition as Toni Anderson's was? No matter what the trolls say, Dave brought up a lot of good questions that answers have not been given out on so far.
Sure is strange how how all of a sudden it might now be a murder case.

Anonymous said...

The story says private investigators are doing the work. Where does it say the police consider this a murder? Got a link?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Did you see the fox4 link? Drowning investigations typically don't last two weeks.

Anonymous said...

Pray for the family and support the family, that is the best thing that people of Kansas City can do and what a lot of us continue to do.

Anonymous said...

One thing for sure...is dont look to FOX4, KCTV5, 9, or 41 for anything accurate on this case until its been closed for a year.

Dont look to them for city hall coverage, or for into on whats happening in the city govt. Kid gloves.

Anonymous said...

I don't know if this was a jack the ripper type of deal or not.

What, are you three years old? Jesus.

Anonymous said...

Who hired the private investigators? The Andersons? The Sanchezs?

Anonymous said...

Seems unlikely the Andersons would have hired the PI's. They seem too willing to accept the "Toni had an accident" claim.

Anonymous said...

If there's no foul play why will the police not released the dash cam footage?

Anonymous said...

@1:14 The police won't release the footage until after the investigation is closed and it isn't yet.

CitizenKC said...

I can understand Toni's parents preferring that her death be ruled an accident given what we have learned about her lifestyle since her disappearance January 15. But the weight of the evidence made public thus far suggests foul play. And if there is a predator out there who murdered her he needs to be stopped before he kills again.

Anonymous said...

@1:23 I call BS on that. They already stated no foul play. Why not released the footage? The investigation should be over unless they're not telling everything.

Anonymous said...

Fox 4 is too busy accusing target, walnmrt, and cvs of selling expired and watered down Paul Mitchell products because some hair styists said so. Don't expect investigative journalism from fake news outlets.

Anonymous said...

Wow

Anonymous said...

If you look at the history of the North Kansas City Police Department it has quite a history of scrupulous things like beating people, young women included.

Anonymous said...

I saw a UFO land last night by the river amd guess who was flying it? Jackyl the Ripper. I told you so!!!!!!!!!!

https://youtu.be/_D1zO4_3QkU said...

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https://youtu.be/78bkHaVV8W0 said...

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Anonymous said...

@2:28 They're not telling everything.

That.

Anonymous said...

Speculation, guesswork, wishful thinking, yet unproven accusations, or simply regarded with degrees of indifference is where this matter resides for we who are not of the assigned, official investigations. We gotta let the clues get collected. C'mon it's not teevee magic, ya know, where it's hello--then, some csi hotties and beat hunks and gruff graybeards hollerin'--a high speed chase, or three--and VOILA, within a half hour (minus commercials) that suspect's in handcuffs!!! It took awhile to find a particular stained blue dress, didn't it?

Greedo, we get it that most police personnel are afforded our trust. A wholesale canonizing of the pd, any pd, is not going over on everyone. If a traffic stop, or two is confirmed to have transpired in those hours before anyone goes missing, that portion of a total narrative is important like all the chapters.

We already know of more than one parent, a teacher, a coach, a professional athlete, a rabbi, a preacher, a priest, a politician, a military member, a pediatrician, our nation's past presidents, and others have been shown to have betrayed America's public trust. Did a badboy with a badge go rogue, or did an officer impersonator do a crime? An honest and thorough investigation is what we rely on for justice to be brought.

Anonymous said...

I am guessing bad boy with a badge otherwise they would have released the video just like every other crime (help us identify this person) but in this case this person or person's are probably wearing uniforms that might just have a NKC PD patch on them.

Anonymous said...

They're just wanting to watch video of her stripping and choke their chickens.

Anonymous said...

Alonzo is that you⬆

Anonymous said...

You're all losing sight of the real issue here. The real mystery is who put the shoe polish on Lonzo's head!!

Anonymous said...

KCPD is worthless.

Anonymous said...

Bolonzo is a white slaver. Every thing else is just a well planned coverup.

Sarah S. said...

I hope they find her killer or killers. This is a horrible case and what I've read so far from the newspaper doesn't make sense.

Anonymous said...

the public sleuths will have to do kcpd's job for them.

Anonymous said...

How embarrassing for the police depart.

CitizenKC said...

I found this reportorial gem from the KCTV5 website dated March 13:
"Family members believe Anderson got turned around and frazzled after being pulled over by an officer and ended up in Parkville where she pulled into Platte Landing Park. There, she drove onto a boat launch that was icy and her car slid into the river.

The window of the car was down and her seat belt was off. Despite being a good swimmer, the water and current would have made it too difficult for her to escape the vehicle."


It reads like an eyewitness account. Video at 10. Case closed. In reality the details are all fantasized but reported as facts.

Toni's car wasn't found in the river until March, yet we are told confidently that she slid on the ice along a boat ramp into the river. If KCTV5 had bothered to check the actual weather conditions for mid-January they would have found their story incredible. According to Weather Underground the high temperature in Kansas City was in the 60s on Wednesday, Jan. 11. A cold front arrived the next day and the high temperatures through Sunday were in the upper 20s to lower 30s. At 5 a.m. Sunday the temperature was 30 degrees F. No significant precipitation was reported from Wednesday through Sunday. Zero precipitation was reported Saturday. On Sunday a trace of precipitation was reported (0.16 inch), but it all came after sunrise.

KCTV5 even told us why Toni didn't swim to safety once she slid along the long icy boat ramp into the river despite her training as a lifeguard. It was the raging river that kept her in her car. However, river data from the National Water Information System indicate that the Missouri River flow and water levels were both at their monthly lows on January 15 in Kansas City. If you were going to pick a day that month to slide into the river and survive Jan. 15 would have been the best day.

It's sad our TV news bunnies do such a lame job of investigative reporting.

Anonymous said...

Platte Landing Parking lot is a meetup place for drug dealers and suburban users. It is quiet, isolated and there are no cameras to record activities. What with the Mexican cartels making a power play for control of the trade it stands to reason Ms Anderson was doing a meetup with a dealer. The opioid epidemic from Mexico is everywhere including Parkville, MO.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the names of the officers that pulled her over.

Anonymous said...

And the police are always asking for more money.... for what?

Anonymous said...

If anyone from out of town has been following this blog you can bet they wont be coming to the Idiot Ranch of the Plains.

Anonymous said...

7:51 Pensions, pensions,pensions.

Anonymous said...

8:19 Good. Get your ass gone also.

clifton said...

Around 4 a.m. Toni left Chrome Approximately 4:20 a.m. an officer with the North Kansas City Police Department pulled Toni over on the 15th Sunday morning.
Approximately 4:33 a.m. family bank records show Toni had a declined transaction at the QuikTrip along 9 Highway
4:42 a.m. Toni sent a text to a friend that said, “I just got pulled over again.”

From 4:33 AM to 4:42AM that is 9 (NINE) minutes to drive from QT to the parkville area.
I drove this route in 8 (eight) minutes with heavy traffic and stop lights.
The last cell ping was in the parkville area, around the park area where her car was found. What if she did get pulled over again by a PARKVILLE LE.
So, according to some (NKCPD) she left QT at @ 4:40 AM. This puts her right at or past the 9 HWY and the 169 split.  (right where I had my intuition thought of her)
Now her missing flyer says she was missing on the 16th @ 3am. This would make it MONDAY morning. Toni’s cell phone was last pinged in the Parkville Park area. Some say as late as monday at @ 930AM Jan.16th.


                                                        MY TIMELINE


13:48 Leaving QT area NKC
13:56 just entering Parkville area (going past the Fire Dept.
13:58 driving past the Farmers Market (toward park)
13: 59 In park by river.

Question 1. Was her phone recovered at the scene, in her vehicle?
Question 2. Are the time frames right for the events?
Question 3. If her phone was thrown out and finally went dead, where is it? (side of the road)
Question 4. If the timeline is off, who is not telling the truth?
Question 5. If Toni was getting pulled over again, by what Department, NKC or Parkville PD, or imposter?
Question 6. Why was her seatbelt off and window down, in cold weather?
Question 7 Did the camera’s @ the parkville Firehouse catch her or other cars going to the park?
Question 8. If KCPD missed the car/SUV during their search, could they have been placed there after the search?
Question 9. If Toni’s car was “so covered” with sand and debris, and the SUV was their longer, was it too covered, or why was it NOT covered and gone?
Question 10. Was the ignition key on, or off?
Question 11  what was the position of the driver seat. Too far back,  forward, or just right?
Question 12. If the “water” did all the damage, as some stories are saying. How was/Did all her belongings and her body, stay in the vehicle?





Anonymous said...

I'm sorry for the tragic ending to this girl's life, but time for a new story please.

CitizenKC said...

All important questions, but so far few official answers. Law enforcement has confirmed one police stop for an illegal lane change, and that Toni's car with her body inside was recovered from the river. Everything else is through friends and family. The police would not confirm the report that her cell phone and purse were in the car, that her window was rolled down and her seat belt unbuckled. The fantasy story about Toni sliding down an icy boat ramp into the river while making a U-turn in the parking lot came from the father. Did the cops prime him to say this? I wish someone would ask the father or the police who started this fantastic story and why. Some questions you missed include the nature of her business in the northland at 4:30 in the morning. I doubt she drove all this way just for gas. Who was she planning to meet? Did they rendezvous in the park?

If Toni's car window was down she could have opened it to escape the vehicle. If so, why didn't she escape? Modern cars usually float at least 30 seconds after they enter water, and some float as long as 10 minutes. Either way she would have had time to escape if it was an accidental driving into the river. The slowest current in a river is along the banks. On the other hand, someone who wanted to make sure her car sank quickly would open the window before sending it into the water.

Anonymous said...

Was there a brick on the gas pedal?

Anonymous said...

8:22 If you think I should go why don't you shut the fuck up, come over and lets see how far you get ya smart ass pussy face.

Anonymous said...

Why are comments being deleted?

Anonymous said...

People it was not icy that morning, we did not get bad weather until later sunday afternoon nothing but a copy lie.....