A quick collection and review of all the important recent crime news from around the Kansas City metro area . . .
KCK Gunfire For Good Deed
Kansas City, Kansas Police are investigating after the two teens tried to buy cigarettes at a convenience store near 42nd Street and Shawnee Drive.
Nasty Kansas Bombing Charges
WICHITA - Already sentenced to prison for his role in a bomb plot, Patrick Stein, 50, of Wright, pleaded guilty Friday and was sentenced to an additional 44 months in federal prison for possession of child pornography, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.
Kansas City Cash Charge
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police are asking for the public's help to locate a federal fugitive. Officials have issued a federal arrest warrant for 24-year-old Dominique Lester Wilson. KCPD said he's wanted for his part in a drug and money laundering conspiracy in the Kansas City area.
Sleeze Scummit Comeuppance
JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- A second teenager has been sentenced to prison for the fatal stabbing of Tanya L. Chamberlain in 2015. Joshua R. Trigg, a 17-year-old from Lee's Summit, was sentenced on Friday to 15 years in prison for his role in the fatal stabbing at a Lee's Summit carwash.
Nasty Home Check Update
The Cass County, Missouri, Sheriff's Office arrested two people earlier this week while conducting a home check for a wanted unregistered sex offender in Belton.
Runaround In The Stix
A man is in custody after a police pursuit and hours-long standoff Friday in Platte City.The Platte County Sheriff's Office was alerted at 9:30 a.m.
Faith Community Cash Check
A federal judge has frozen the assets of a Kansas City, Kansas-based sect that was hit with a $7.9 million judgment last year for human trafficking. U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson found that members of the group formerly known as the United Nation of Islam had fraudulently transferred assets to non-profit groups they created in order to prevent Kendra Ross, the woman who obtained the judgment, from collecting the money.
Prison Revolving Door Fear
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A family in central Missouri is frustrated after not being told by authorities or the courts that the person accused of killing their loved one was out on bond. Days before New Year's Eve, Desiree Thompson lost her brother, Joshua Smith, in a deadly shooting at a home in Marshall, Missouri.
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