Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Kansas City Crime News Gathering



A great many local misdeeds to address, here's a quick guide to the top Kansas City metro midweek crime news right now . . .

Today's Kansas City Runaround

Police pursuit stretches from Kansas City to KCK

Kansas City police are pursuing a suspect. One of the first known locations of the pursuit was NB Interstate 35 and Armour Boulevard.


Kansas City Opioid Conspiracy Hard Time

Kansas City man is sentenced for $1.2M Oxycodone conspiracy - Kansas City Business Journal

A Kansas City man has been sentenced for participating in a $1.2 million conspiracy to distribute oxycodone. Gary D. Dickinson, also known as James DeJong, was sentenced to 10 years and 10 months in federal prison without parole.


Kansas City Manhunt Aftermath

Federal prisoner apprehended after escape from Kansas City hospital

U.S. Marshals say they have apprehended a federal prisoner who escaped from a Kansas City hospital.


JoCO Tragedy Aftermath

Shawnee man gets nearly 13-year sentence for death of infant in 2015

OLATHE, Kan. -- A Shawnee man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 12 years in prison for the death of a 7-month-old baby in 2015. Aaron Jay Barnes Peck, 27, received a 155-month (just under 13 years) sentence, with some credit for time served, as well as a 15-year registration as a violent offender.


Kansas City Vet Scam Busted

$13.8 million 'Rent-a-Vet' scheme leads to guilty pleas - Kansas City Business Journal

Two local business owners pleaded guilty in federal court to engaging in a pass-through scheme designed to fraudulently land $13.8 million in federal contracts set aside for veteran-owned small businesses. Jeffrey Wilson, of Loch Lloyd in Belton, and Paul Salavitch, of Kansas City, both pleaded guilty on Tuesday to misdemeanor charges of making a false writing.


KCMO Mexican Killing Charges

Three indicted in kidnapping and murder of Kansas City teen

A federal grand jury in Kansas City has indicted three men in the 2017 kidnapping and killing of a 19-year-old Kansas City man. Jonathan M. Bravo-Lopez, 23, and Juan D. Osorio, 24, both citizens of Mexico living in Kansas City, and Marco A.


Golden Ghetto Murder Scene Report

Police: Olathe townhome death classified as homicide

Officers responded to an emergency call about 4 p.m. to a home in the 1200 block of East Westerfield Place. When officers arrived, they found a woman dead inside the home. (Amy Anderson/KCTV5 News)


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...


But the liberals are still against boarder protection. Same thing last night at the SOTU two families whose daughters were killed by illegals, very sad story.

Liberals have blood on their hands, and their nasty women shirts and pink pussy hats are so fitting for them.

Ruddy Guy said...

Get em outtA here. Not every paisa is a saint with moral high ground these fucks were probably running from the law in mehico

Anonymous said...

Olathe is on its way to being Hickman Mills West.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

It's those death squads from Leawood. Blonde white bitches with expensive guns, driving Daddy's Beamer. I see 'em allatime.