Tuesday, October 17, 2017

KANSAS CITY HOMICIDE #115: MAN FOUND MURDERED BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD!!!



The latest local killing keeps our homicide rate constant reminds us that locals streets remain exceptionally violent. Take a look:

KCTV5: Police are investigating a homicide in the 8200 block of Lydia. Kansas City police officers located a dead male on the side of the road just after 10:30 p.m. on Monday night. If you have any information, call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.

This is the 115th murder so far this year compared with 94 at this time last year for a 22.34% homicide increase this year over last.

Developing . . .

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

15 more murders and we'll be equal with last year's total of 130.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Please no dead pool this year. That's just kinda depressing.

Anonymous said...

What's depressing is we need 39 more to set a new all time record. We need to 10-15 more by the end of October.

Anonymous said...

Ahhhhh, the smell of Kansascitycide early in the morning with a cup of coffee. Really helps starts ma day.

Anonymous said...

^^^Damn, too bad you actually woke up today.. Oh well keep praying, maybe God will take you tonight!

Retro ROCKER said...

You can't become a world class city with all this crime. International Companies will pass you,by with international Headquarters. Who wants to bring there employees into danger

Anonymous said...

It was a Black Guy that did it!

Where's my TIPS money?

Anonymous said...

We need some decent gun control to keep guns out of the hands of criminals

Anonymous said...

Well, gun's are already in the hands of criminals, so all the gun control in the world won't change a thing. But, gun confiscation would make a difference. Let's have the KCPD make a house to house search for weapons in the 'hood. Yeah, I didn't think so. That would be a fools errand, cops would never risk their lives to do that. But, that is the ONLY thing that will reduce gun crime in the 'hood. There would be fewer shootings, but just as many murders.

Anonymous said...

Damn shame that Kansas City is adding up the deaths so quickly.