Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Kansas City 150 Homicide Count 2017 As Council Fears Another Bloody Year

The latest City Hall conversation on the topic of a horrific uptick in local violence . . . Read more:

KCMO councilmembers discuss crime figures; strategies to curb violence in 2018

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With 150 homicides recorded, 2017 was the deadliest year for Kansas City since 1993. KCPD broke down 2017's crime statistics at Wednesday's Neighborhoods and Public Safety Committee meeting. Overall violent and property crimes were up from the previous year.

32 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I think we can get to 200 this year even though we are off to a slow start. I am counting on the usually ineffective KCPD and the worthless prosecutor Jean Petersucker Baker to continue their lack of effort in lowering crime.

Anonymous said...

City & Police want to do the following to reduce crime for 2018:

#1 - Add a social worker at each police station
#2 - Add a Community Interaction Officer at each Patrol Division
#3 - Police Chief have weekly meetings with every patrol commander
#4 - Add a Violence Program Coordinator

Sounds like Crime is already running scared, eh?

Anonymous said...

Remove gay sLIE from the police board would be a huge help

Anonymous said...

I think you’re a sad, lonely, loser begging someone to acknowledge you. 6:58PM on a Wednesday night. Sad and pathetic.

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:58PM, I don’t know if anyone has told you, because it’s obvious you have no friends or family, but I will. You aren’t funny or clever in the least. There. Charity work done for the day.

Anonymous said...

6:58 speaks the truth, there is no one trying to do anything about crime and murders because they know that petersucker won’t put anyone in prison. It is sad and pathetic 7:26 that you don’t recognize this

Anonymous said...

7:46 you aren’t funny or clever. There. charity work done for the day.

Anonymous said...

Don’t be surprised if the city council needs 10 million dollars to study how to “curb violence”

Anonymous said...

It’s really sad and pathetic that you think wishing for 200 homicides is the “truth”. You are a sorry excuse for a human being.

Anonymous said...

Hey at least 7:46 is original. You would eat shit if someone told you to.

Anonymous said...

Openly wishing for 200 homicides is pretty pathetic, even for this low-life blog. What’s worse is numb skulls like 7:47 trying to justify it.

Anonymous said...

Calm down, snowflake. It’s mostly just hood rats killing other hood rats.

Anonymous said...

Is that any worse than the indifference of Sly, the city council, Jean Petersucker Baker?

Anonymous said...

What about all the dick you sucked today? That was free, right?

Anonymous said...

Or the KCPD? They don’t care either.

Anonymous said...

Actually, lots of Demecrat controlled cities, like Chicago or Baltimore, are having the same problem.

Anonymous said...

Yes it is worse. That fact that you can post shit like this anonymously is the only reason you say it. You seem like too big a pussy, and too much a chickenshit coward to sign your real name to it. Isn’t that so loser?

Anonymous said...


I agree with 7:52 it's the blacks who need to stop killing. Sad to say it's a fact they have ruined many cities in this country.

Anonymous said...

Jean Petersucker Baker is a fantastic prosecutor. If you’re a criminal.

Anonymous said...

Black Lies Matter

Anonymous said...

Geezers shit themselves.

Anonymous said...

Well I think 200 is unlikely. A 20% increase would be huge and that would only put the total at 180. 150 might be all we can do.

Anonymous said...

^^^^So do snowflakes

Anonymous said...

We have a mayor that could not care less about crime. Same with the city council. Police department possibly experiencing Ferguson effect. And the worst prosecutor in the country, Jean Petersucker Baker.

Anonymous said...

180 would be sweet! And we can blame the snowflakes because they suck at life!!!

Anonymous said...

O.K. Is it 149 or 150 Need an absolute final number or the bookies with the Dead pools won't pay off.

Anonymous said...

So what’s the O/U for 2018?

Anonymous said...

I think 162. That high would be tragic but just goin' with the trend. I personally hope it'd a lot lower.

Anonymous said...

Its been a good year for Cordish.

Anonymous said...

KCPD lacks the initiative to fight crime. Worthless.

Anonymous said...

Talk about total crime numbers for the greater Metropolitan area, then you see how bad it is. Or ignore it for a decade and be surprised that it comes back and bites you.

The trends here make Chicago look good. But a short Streetcar extension in a questionable area is our priority. It would be good to have some details and an agreed process up front on how the "transit" direction is pursued. The Chamber is chronically an underperformer, though the swells and their crony front men certainly pat themselves on the back a lot. Time for a photo op and then two years later, a bad hangover

Anonymous said...

Yeah, 7:26PM is much better, makes all the difference in the world.