Lots of stories of alleged local misdeeds and crime convictions. Here are the top notes. Take a look:
Hard Time For White Collar Lady Crook
Patricia Webb of Lee's Summit was sentenced to eight years in federal prison without parole, after pleading guilty to embezzling more than $1.5 million from Garmin International Inc., Black & Veatch and TriStar Benefit Administrators from 2011 to 2016. Webb, 44, worked as an accountant who typically handled payroll.
Fear Dine & Dash Abduction Charge
OLATHE, Kan. -- Anthony Whitehead, 30, of Kansas City, Mo., is charged in Johnson County, Kan., with one count of attempted kidnapping. According to court documents, he's accused of going into a restaurant and dragging the alleged victim out a first set of doors before being stopped by restaurant employees.
Internets Nasty Raytown Allegation
A 19-year-old Raytown man pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking nude pictures of a 7-year-old girl and sharing them on the internet. Cody Lee Davidson pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Kansas City to a charge distributing child pornography over the internet.
Report: Murder Case Wrist Slap After Deal
KANSAS CITY -- A Jackson County judge imposed the minimum sentence Tuesday on one of three men convicted of killing a 14-year-old girl two years ago at a south Kansas City water park.
Fear Car Crash Meth Dude
A Kansas City man was charged in a three-count federal indictment --that included possessing methamphetamine -- after three separate crashes last month. The federal indictment charges Michael Allrutz, 40, with possessing meth with the intent to distribute, possessing a firearm, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
KCK Alleged Indecency
OLATHE, Kan. -- A Kansas City, Kan., man was arrested and charged on Tuesday with crimes against a child that police say happened in March. Bryan Smith, 30, is charged with aggravated indecent liberties with a child involving touching as well as indecent solicitation.
Kansas City Doggie Abuse Makes Celebrity News After Heroic Rescue
How do you gain the trust of a dog failed by humans? Slowly.
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