Thursday, October 11, 2018

TKC MUST READ!!! KCPD CHIEF REVEALS BACKSTORY ON CAPTURE OF SUSPECTED KANSAS CITY SERIAL KILLER!!!



Here's a behind the scenes look on a recent murderous rampage and how police worked to bring the suspect to justice . . .

KCPD Chief: Giving our all to get a triple murderer into custody ASAP

Deets about the arrest . . .

We have been working diligently to combat violent crime in our city. What happened on Sunday morning was the epitome of senseless violence: in the course of about an hour, one suspect killed three people in three different places and shot two more in South Kansas City and Raytown. A 4-year-old child was among the injured. The shootings were not random and appear to be domestic violence-related.

We immediately mobilized as many resources as possible to find and stop someone who had very quickly become a serial killer. In addition to patrol officers regularly assigned to the areas, we brought in more than 100 people - detectives from nearly all of our investigative units, Tactical Team officers, and our federal partners with the U.S. Marshals, FBI and ATF - to identify and track down the suspect. We also identified and located family members who could be potential victims and told them about what was happening so they could get to safety . . .

During the course of the investigation into Fisher's location, we did something we don't do often: we asked people in the neighborhoods where we thought he might be to stay inside. We also flooded the area with police, but telling people to stay in was the best protection we could provide at the time. We know this was a scary time for some of our South KC residents, and I appreciate everyone remaining calm. I hope you know we were doing everything we could to get him into custody as quickly as possible to prevent any further violence.

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You decide . . .

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dude is responsible for a big chunk of this year's murders if he's found guilty. If the incident was over some domestic issue, I think it's time that we focus more resources on dealing with those problems before they turn deadly. Seems like it's happening more and more.

Brodie said...

Is he really a serial killer. That seems like it's stretching the definition.

Anonymous said...

Actually, it fits the definition perfectly.

From Psychology Today: According to the FBI, a serial killer is someone who commits at least three murders over more than a month with an emotional cooling off period in between.

Anonymous said...

7:15, where was the emotional cooling off period?

Anonymous said...

^^^ About an hour after he killed his first victim.

Anonymous said...

We must not forget who our prosecutor is. Jean Petersucker Baker is incompetent enough to fuck this up. She is unwilling to aggressively prosecute violent criminals and lacks the skill to do so. Her record proves that.

Anonymous said...

^^^+10000000000

Anonymous said...

Please call the tips hotline so the police don't have to leave the desk.

Anonymous said...

Well I guess everyone disagrees with you since she gets voted into office time and again.

Or perhaps you're brain damaged?

Anonymous said...

You know how many serial killers there must be in the hood of every city? At least 10? What are the odds the black-on-white hate crimes of Jonathan Porter and Jeffery McDonald were committed by a serial killer. I'd say pretty good.

Anonymous said...

KCPD did the right thing here. I'm glad that they put keeping people safe as the priority. Most here would just crap their pants and then run back home.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Is that what they do in Westport? You seem to know a lot about crapping your pants and running home

Anonymous said...

Jean Petersucker Baker might get a man slaughter conviction

Anonymous said...

Bob Berdella was a serial killer this worthless was a spree killer there is a distinct difference. what an insult to Bob.

Anonymous said...

ASAP to KCPD is a code name for cold case.

Anonymous said...

If the KCPD had as many people as possible on the scene then many KCPD people had to leave empty desks behind.

Anonymous said...

Are the charges still 2nd degree ? What a joke.