Monday, June 12, 2017

Update: Kansas City Teen Killed During Robbery At Holiday Apartments

Follow-up on a tragic local killing as police search for more deets:

Teenager shot to death in apparent home robbery attempt

The father of a 19-year-old Northland homicide victim says she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Police say Robbin Baska was killed during an apparent robbery attempt at her mother's apartment at a complex in the 100 block of N.W. Harlem Road.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Wrong place at the wrong time? Hell, dad obviously did not provide for the defense of his family.

The thugs should have faced firepower the minute they broke itn

Anonymous said...

11:26, as I understand it, the dad was not present.

Anonymous said...

Some people don't read the article before they comment but yes 11:26 that would have been best case scenario

Anonymous said...

In KCMO there seem to be more "wrong places" and "wrong times" all the time.
The chaos is spreading and nothing is heard but the same old tired programs, names, and excuses.
And not even that from 12th and Oak.
The electeds must be exhausted from having to shovel all that taxpayer money for developers out the door week after week.
Of course, one of them said that the murders were their top priority, but that was yesterday and we've all moved on.

Anonymous said...



that's a loss for society --seeing a pretty young White chick brightens the day--

blacks...fat slob Whites...downers.

should be max penalty for the murderer.

Anonymous said...

No worries KCPD says everything is safe.

Anonymous said...

Drug screening, IQ and common knowledge test should be given to all citizens, those that fail should be put down humanly and used as fertilizer.

Silverback Sly said...

I believe he was in Colorado preparing to be married the next day

Anonymous said...

^^^You ought to hit your knees tonight and thank God that's not the case, because you would be dead for sure.

Anonymous said...

I can not believe Tony featured a story about a white victim. Was she gay or something?