Thursday, August 09, 2018

Kansas City Crime Round-up Right Now

Reports on suspect and local crimes that lead the day. Take a look:

Kansas City Amber Alert Outrage
Mother furious no alert has been issued for runaway teen with autism
Police Desire Conversation With This Dude

KC police ask for help in finding person of interest in homicide case

Kansas City police are looking for a person of interest in a homicide late Tuesday near Ninth and Harrison streets. Investigators said they would like to talk with Quayyim Farris, 35, about the case. Witnesses told police that Terriante McClinton, 27, was shot during an argument with another man in the park.

Shawnee Murder Investigation Cont'd

Metro Squad looking for pickup truck seen in area of Shawnee homicide

Metro Squad detectives are looking for a pickup truck in connection with a homicide in Shawnee early Wednesday. David J. Paterno, 57, died from injuries suffered during a fight near 51st Place and Monticello Road. Authorities said they are looking for a white four-door GMC or Chevrolet pickup truck that was seen in the area about 1 a.m.

Po-Po Show Off Stand Off Toys

Operation 100: KC police show SWAT team armor, weaponry | The Kansas City Star

Kansas City police have deployed tactical "Operation 100" SWAT teams 35 times so far in 2018, using an array of resources that were put on display Thursday.

Gunfire Charges After Grandview Fatality

24-year-old charged after fight leads to deadly Grandview shooting

GRANDVIEW, Mo. -- A 24-year-old is now facing charges after prosecutors say a fight at a gas station led to a deadly shooting in Grandview. Gregory Smith has been charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the Aug. 6 shooting that happened near High Grove Road and White Avenue.

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Quayyim already had a talk wit Terriante, no wonder these idiots are pissed all the time, who the hell be namin they kids these stupid ass ghetto names, hell, terriante probably begged someone to kill him so they would quit making fun of him

Anonymous said...

Truly, a savage tribe. Be entertained by their quaint dancing, but beware! They have murderous tendencies if left unsupervised.