Thursday, January 31, 2019

Kansas City Crime Roundup News Links



This is never our most popular section but it's important to document some of the main local misdeeds reported by local media in much the same way that KC NOVA and similar local anti-violence groups continue their mission against violence with sometimes encouraging but often challenging results . . .


Kansas City Student Assault Aftermath
School bus driver fired after incident with Kansas City student
Local Tech Crime Uptick

Kansas City Connection

Man caught transporting pounds of meth from Los Angeles to southwest Missouri, feds say

Neal Norles (Photo: Greene County Jail) Federal prosecutors say a Kansas City man was caught transporting five pounds of meth from Los Angeles to southwest Missouri. Neal Norles, 29, was charged Jan. 24 with possessing large amounts of meth with intent to distribute.


Sammich Stealer Consequences

Suspect taken into custody after robbing Olathe Subway

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) - Olathe police investigate a robbery at a Subway where the suspect fled the scene but was caught moments later. Crews responded to a robbery at an Olathe Subway where a male demanded money then fled the scene with an undetermined amount of cash Wednesday afternoon.


Meth Town Political Vandalism Alleged
Church leaders frustrated after pro-life display vandalized in Independence
Big Pharma Crackdown Nearby

Overland Park pharmacy to pay $9.5 million settlement in federal fraud case

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - A small pharmacy based in Overland Park will pay $9.5 million to settle a federal health care fraud lawsuit. The Kansas City Star reports $1.5 million of that will go to Emily Barnes, of Lenexa, who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against Stark Pharmacy in 2015.


Local Meth Mama Convicted!!!

Kansas City woman sentenced to 13 years for leading meth conspiracy

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A 36-year-old Kansas City woman was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for her role in leading a large methamphetamine conspiracy. Yadieras Y. Contreras, also known as "Fajita," was sentenced to 13 years and nine months in federal prison without parole.


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

“KC NOVA and similar local anti-violence groups continue their mission against violence with sometimes encouraging but often challenging results”

How bout no results, they can’t prove they’ve prevented anything, matter of fact, they’re guilty of stealing from the taxpayers, I think it’s time for an audit.

Anonymous said...

^^can you prove they haven't? Didn't think so. Go away.

Anonymous said...

Murders and potential murders are notorious for not attending these types of meetings.

Inquiring Minds... said...

Still need to know from someone fluent in Spanish,
doesn't "NOVA" mean "It doesn't Work"?

Anonymous said...

And the men are timid, the women demure

Anonymous said...

^^ great place to raise a family

Anonymous said...

That would b why a audit is important . Mr/Ms. Don't think .