Kansas City Friday Frown Crime Roundup

Just a quick look at all of today's crime news with some sad faces and shocking allegations against suspects who are all innocent until proven guilty.

KCMO Second Story Suspect Taken Down

Police arrest, charge 'rooftop burglar'

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A man who was wanted in connection with several burglaries across the metro has been arrested and charged. Wardell W. Wright was charged on Friday morning with two counts of second-degree burglary, two counts of stealing ($750 or more), and two counts of first-degree property damage.

Fast Casual Gunfire Suspection
KCK police trying to ID car from road rage incident
Lesson In Tragic JoCo Charges

Banneker Elementary teacher arrested, charged with sexual exploitation of a child in 2014

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - The authorities have arrested and charged a local teacher after he allegedly engaged in sexual activity with a child. Jason Crum, a 42-year-old from Shawnee, has been charged with felony sexual exploitation of a child. Charges and a warrant for Crum's arrest were issued on Aug.

Rock Chalk Nasty Allegations

Student arrested on suspicion of sex assault at KU dorm, released pending more investigation

Story updated: 4:54 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. A University of Kansas student was arrested overnight at his dorm on suspicion of sexual assault, and later released without being charged. The 18-year-old man lives in Oliver Hall, 1815 Naismith Drive, according to jail records. That's where KU police arrested him early Wednesday morning.

Suburban Crime Consideration

Man convicted of killing Prairie Village girl gets chance at release from prison

A school janitor who subdued a 13-year-old girl with chloroform more than 40 years ago as she walked home from a suburban Kansas City pool and then killed her is set to go before a parole board later this month. The Kansas City Star reports that John Henry Horton was arrested in 2003 for the 1974 death of Liz Wilson.

Old School Bad Planning

Man charged with robbery of KCK bank located near police HQ | The Kansas City Star

A 62-year-old man with a criminal record dating back nearly 40 years was charged Friday with robbing a Kansas City, Kan., bank. Lawrence McGinnis, who lives only two blocks from the Bank of Labor, located at 756 Minnesota Ave., was followed home by a bank security guard after the Thursday morning robbery.

Kansas City Catholic Second Chance

Catholic Charities working with former inmates to find housing

Catholic Charities is helping former inmates find housing. "The research on this is very clear. When somebody's released, it's job and it's housing. If those t...

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  1. I was sexually molested as a child in SMSD years ago and that counselor was never put in jail.

    1. Why didn't you log in, Super Dave?

  2. ^^^^^^

    Public school teachers are a dime a dozen. Parents who have their kids in public school should monitor the days events every single day.

    I myself endured child abuse in the Lee's Summit school district back in the 60's I didn't endure sexual abuse, but physical and emotional abuse.

    If parents knew what went on in the public schools they would pull their kids out and either put them in a private school with educated teachers, or home school.

  3. ^^What do you do when the bullies are your family?

  4. Replies
    1. Herp derp...duh...me b ugh...stupid Dave...duh...what ..a...did ...you...guys...say...n...stuff????

  5. ^^^^Shut up stupid


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