Friday, June 17, 2016
MEET SUSPECTED MIDTOWN KANSAS CITY SERIAL CROOK POLICE CLAIM WAS COVERED IN BLOOD UPON ARREST!!!
Aftermath of Midtown Kansas City mayhem this week and the latest charges . . .
Fox4: Man charged in connection to series of armed robberies in Midtown
Jackson County prosecutors believe Derrick Sims, 27, is one of the men involved in the crime spree between 41st and 43rd Streets earlier this week which included four robberies of individuals and a carjacking. The spree started just before 9 p.m. at 43rd and Walnut Street when three black male suspects pulled up, pointed a handgun at a man, pushed him to the ground, reached in all his pockets and stole his phone, wallet, and money.
Other robberies happened at 43rd and McGee and 41st and Warwick where a victim was pistol whipped.
Police say a victim disarmed one of the suspects.
According to court records, police arrested Sims after they responded to reports about armed street robberies in that area. Police say they saw Sims walking west on 41st toward Main Street. He was covered in blood. Police searched him and say they uncovered a brown wallet, an iPhone and $969 in cash, as well as keys. They also found nearby a vehicle that matched the description of the one used during the robberies . . .
All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
Developing . . .