Thursday, December 20, 2018

Kansas City Crime Roundup



Quick survey of alleged local misdeeds and mugshots . . .



G-Men Ask For Tips

FBI asks public for information after stolen vehicle is found in KC

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The FBI is asking for the public's help after a stolen vehicle was found abandoned at a local park. On Dec. 5, someone called the police and said a vehicle was on fire in the area of E. 23rd Street and Topping Avenue at Blue Valley Park in KC.


Tragic Teachable Moment

Former teachers describe alleged abuse at local day care

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Several teachers who once worked at Parkville Children's Cottage are coming forward with claims that the children are being abused and neglected. Megan Unterreiner worked at Parkville Children's Cottage for nearly four months before she said she couldn't take it anymore. "They're being yelled at constantly and physically abused," Unterreiner said.


Lockup Consequences For Creeper

KC man receives multiple life sentences for sexually abusing infant

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) - A 28-year-old man who was caught in the act of sexually abusing and photographing an infant has been sentenced to three life sentences plus 175 years in prison, according to Clay County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel White. Jayson Newlun was charged with with multiple felonies. On Sept.


Rock Chalk Domestic Charge

Affidavit: Kansas football player punched woman in stomach

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - An affidavit alleges University of Kansas football player Pooka Williams punched a woman in the stomach and grabbed her by the throat earlier this month. The Lawrence Journal-World reported the 18-year-old woman showed the officer text messages from Williams admitting to punching her in the arms during the Dec.


Questions About Kansas Facility

Staff Allege Violence, Sexual Abuse At Kansas's Only Juvenile Prison

A state audit of Kansas's only juvenile corrections facility uncovered allegations of violence between staff members and sexual relationships between workers and the underage inmates. A survey attempted to reach 229 current and former employees of the Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex in Topeka. Only 48 responded.


Rock Chalk Weed Arrest

Dorial Green-Beckham caught with pound of pot after drug raid in Springfield, police say

Police say former NFL wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested Wednesday night in Springfield after he was caught with a pound of marijuana. Green-Beckham, 25, was booked into the jail just after 3 a.m. Thursday. Springfield police spokeswoman Jasmine Bailey said the department's Special Response Team served a warrant Wednesday night at a home in the 600 block of East Grand Street.


Lady Crash Aftermath
Woman charged with DUI in wreck that injured 4 pedestrians
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