Sunday, December 23, 2018

KANSAS CITY HOMICIDE #130 & #131: SUNDAY X-MAS SEASON SLAUGHTER!!!



Local streets turn bloody on the lead up to Christmas.

Accordingly . . .

DOUBLE MURDER SUNDAY NIGHT KEEPS KANSAS CITY POLICE BUSY AS THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY APPROACHES!!!

Check the links:

KCTV: Kansas City police investigate double shooting where one has died

KMBC: KCPD investigating homicide near NE 111th and N Ditzler

KSHB: Shooting victim dies after arriving at KCFD station

Channel 5: Shooting in the Northland has one person dead

Fox4: Kansas City police investigating 2 separate homicides Sunday night

Again, these homicides mark the 130th & 131st killings so far this year compared to 146 at this time last year and 131 total in 2016.

Developing . . .

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess this is progress. 2nd most violent year in KC history.

Alert the press.

Anonymous said...

Really sad that the murders are running up this year so close to Christmas. Need more people to put down their guns and realize there is a better alternative than violence.

Anonymous said...

+100 ^^

Save KC said...

I think blaming the mayor of the city council is out of line. They are not the ones doing the killing. Put the blame where it belongs. On the the killers and the murderers.

Anonymous said...

But I thought Trump was going to fix all of this? I thought he was going to make America save again?

Anonymous said...

He'll be gone by April. Impeachment is soon.

Anonymous said...

More murders in the "killa city" run by Democrats. Just like in Chicago, but our per capita murder rate is higher than "chiraq".


Newsflash for you liberal retards. Trump cant fix fatherless homes in KCMO. What do you want? More mayors fight nights? More COMBAT funds? Where are all your stupid little black lives matters protests and riots at lately for all these dead black men? Not a damn peep because the progressive backed and hijacked movement BLM is a fraud!

Urban Renewal said...

Klansas City's Urban Renewal Plan

Anonymous said...

I’m not Trump’s biggest fan and I’m definitely not Sly’s, but you people are fools that blame them or the KCPD for the murder rate. That’s as sensible as people blaming McDonald’s for making them fat.

I am not a bus said...

To ban guns because criminals use them is to tell the law abiding that their rights and liberties depend not on their own conduct, but on the conduct of the guilty and lawless.

The ABSOLUTE Best Gun Control is POLITICIAN Control! NEVER Vote for a Democrat.

Statistics show that criminals commit less crime after they have been shot.

Statistically, a gun is much less likely to be used in a crime than a Senator.

When the law no longer protects you from the corrupt, but protects the corrupt from you – you know your nation is doomed.

Anonymous said...

Oh, 11:33, never change. He'll sail easily to a second term.

Anonymous said...

We should really be around 138, the police never told the media that some of these folks died so they didn’t count them, and a pregnant woman was murdered and they didn’t count the baby’s death, funny how sLIE is trying desperately to control the murder count so we don’t hit #4 on the highest murder rate. In his mind #5 is acceptable but not #4. This is one sick mayor

Gopher Casey said...

You all ever notice that idiot whose name I mock never has much to say on the stories about crime, shootings and violence? True guns are the weapon of choice by many a hood rat, gang member or rednecked tweaker, but there are plenty of slice of life examples of that not being the case. There is a will to kill among many in our metro area. Sir Sly had an opportunity to get ahead of the situation by hiring more police, saturate the high crime areas, and employing a prosecutor who is actually tough on crime. Blame him directly? No. Blame him as a civic leader? Absolfuckingutely! By appearances, shopping for a new airport, street car route and discounted bow ties are more important than being a real leader. To wit...Sly is no leader, he's a manager at best, and you know the difference between the two...managers manage things, leaders lead people. I hope whomever is his predecessor does a better job of being a leader. Perhaps then the crime rate will improve.