Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Kansas City Second Spring Crime News



Again, second Spring inspires us to put our "well-worn" copy of Spring Breakers back into the rotation. On a more serious note, there's crime news worth a click right now . . .

KCPD Confront Court Battle Over Controversial Game Day Deadly Wreck

Family of Kansas teen killed in wreck outside Arrowhead files lawsuit

The family of a Shawnee Mission South senior killed in a crash on Interstate 435 before a Chiefs game has sued an off-duty Kansas City police officer -- accusing him of rear-ending their vehicle at a high rate of speed. That wreck happened Oct.


Midtown Hobo Earns New Home

Homeless man gets prison for bank robbery, wanted motel room | The Kansas City Star

A homeless man who robbed a U.S. Bank branch in Kansas City because he was homeless and wanted a motel room was sentenced to federal prison. Terrance R. Haynes robbed the bank at Main Street and Armour Boulevard.


Tragedy Endures Across The Bridge

2 years later, Northland couple still looking for answers on who murdered their grandson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Just a few days before Thanksgiving, a set of Northland grandparents will struggle through the holidays. Two years later, Lee and Peggy Evans still don't know who abducted and murdered their 22-year-old grandson. Lee and Peggy Evans raised their grandson Logan Minton.


Meth Town Police Desire Conversation With This Local Tech Leader

Independence Police Department seeking public's help in identifying ATM Skimmer

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) - The Independence Police Department Detectives are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect that placed a skimmer device on an ATM. A skimmer is a device that is affixed to the mouth of an ATM and secretly gathers credit and debit card information when bank customers insert their cards into the machines to pull out money.


Kansas City Lady Fights Back

Woman shoots home invader; two arrested, Kansas City police say

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two suspects are in custody after police say they forced their way into a woman's home Monday morning at Coach House Apartments at 114th Street and Holmes Road. Police said the home invasion wasn't random and that the suspects came to the woman's apartment for a reason.


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good gal with a gun wins!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^^ +100

Anonymous said...

Great news.

Anonymous said...

Gal with a gun and the drugs won.

Anonymous said...

Good shooting! Death to all criminals! Need to hire her in the Plaza.