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More Deets On Kansas City Crime Spree
Three men were charged in federal court Tuesday for their roles in a series of recent armed business robberies in Kansas City and Independence. Vonterrious Humbert, 18; Tremaine Johnson, 19; and Henry Simmons, 18, were charged in federal court with participating in a conspiracy to commit armed robberies and with using a firearm in relation to a crime of violence.
Death Penalty Plea Put Down After Horrific KCK Crime
KANSAS CITY, KS (AP) -- A man whose abduction of a 10-year-old girl sparked a massive manhunt before she was found dead in Missouri has lost his appeal of his conviction and death sentence. The Kansas City Star reports that the 8th U.S.
Big Picture About Abuse
Every day, an average of 137 women from around the world are killed by a partner or member of their own family, according to a new study from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Local Parks Getting Tougher
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The public safety committee Wednesday approved a plan to have armed park rangers patrol the city's green spaces and community centers. Supporters believe rangers would help make recreational areas safer.
Inner Suburban Sacrilege
RAYTOWN, Mo. - Police are investigating several thefts that occurred recently at the First Assembly of God church on Highway 350 in Raytown. "We need to take some aggressive action," said the Rev. Mark Halford, pastor at First Assembly of God. The suspects are stealing air conditioning units.
Lesson In Meth Location
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A KCK man is facing federal charges for allegedly trying to sell drugs near an elementary school. Michael Pruitt, 48, is charged with two counts of distributing methamphetamine and one count of possession with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school.
Kansas City Scam Trending
The phone scam that has ensnared the Kansas City Police Department has spread nationwide. "What we've found is that the phone calls coming into our police department have increased and the locations have increased across the nation as well," said KCPD spokesman Capt. Lionel Colon.
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