Friday, January 04, 2019

Kansas City Friday Crime News Links

More stories of local ALLEGED misdeeds from a diverse cast of creeper suspects.

Urban Core Slow Burn Via Hobos
Kansas City Fire Department battles residential fires in the Northeast
KCK Gun Crime $5K Reward

Burglars steal firearms from Cabela's in KCK early Friday morning

Breaking News Kansas City, KS - Police are searching for three men wanted for breaking into the Cabela's store in KCK and stealing firearms early Friday, January 4th. The number of firearms taken was not released. The KC office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has joined the KCK police department to investigate.

Crime Spree Starts The Weekend

Several vehicle break-ins reported at KC apartment building

Several vehicles were broken into early Friday at a Kansas City apartment complex. Police were called to the Briar Hill Apartments in the 4100 block of Northeast Davidson Road after residents started discovering the break-ins about 3 a.m. Investigators said there isn't much suspect information available on the thieves.

More Deeds On 1st Kansas City Murder Suspect Of 2019
Kansas City woman charged in fatal stabbing, first homicide of 2019
Golden Ghetto Suspected Creeper

Daniel Gorski secretly taking video of woman undressing | The Kansas City Star

A Johnson County district judge sentenced Daniel Gorski to 16 months in jail for secretly recording video of a woman undressing. Gorski is listed on the Kansas Sex Offender Registry for a previous crime.

Lesson In Local Safety

Grandview students head back to class with updated security

GRANDVIEW, MO (KCTV) - Students at Grandview High School are returning to school this week with new security features. Nearly 140 new cameras were installed over the winter break replacing the old system that was more than 15 years old. These are 'high tech' cameras that have been installed both inside and outside of the school.

Another Kind Of Guv Scam

What you need to know about this Social Security scam

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Officials are warning you to be on the lookout for people pretending to be from the Social Security Administration. In just one year, the number of reports of this scam jumped from a little more than 3,000 in 2017, to more than 35,000 in 2018.

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