Friday, February 15, 2019

Kansas City Bank Robbers Favor Northland Because They Know Police Resources Are Always Stretched Thin Across The Bridge

It's always amazing to see people try and get away with bank robbery given that we live in the age of surveillance . . . Today, two crooks were successful in their initial heist but most likely will be scooped up later thanks to the litany of spying that every American both guilty and innocent endures.

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2 men rob Northland bank

Authorities are looking for two men who robbed a bank in the Northland Friday morning.

9 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

Sooner or later I figured they'd go where folks actually have money... and leave me alone.

Anonymous said...

Diversity is a bitch ain’t it

Anonymous said...

There are two Police Stations in KCMO north of the River, one is located near KCI, and far closer to downtown Platte City than it is to the center of its own patrol area. The second is very near to the Liberty city limits, actually abutting the small suburb of Pleasant Valley, and is far closer to downtown Liberty than to the center of its patrol area. These two stations patrol 50% of KCMOs geographical area and serve ~40%of its population.

Contrast this with the six police stations in the part of Kansas City south of the River, patrolling the other 50% of KCMO's area and serving the remaining 60% of its population. Fair?

Anonymous said...

There are only 4 divisions out south, Moron.

Please report to TMC to have your head surgically removed from your ass.

Anonymous said...

^^^ The Downtown HQ and the Crime Lab both have patrol operations running from them Genius!

Anonymous said...

Hate to break it to you, but the Crime Lab does not have any patrol function. Building full of scientists. HQ had detectives but no patrol. So 4 stations south of the river is correct.

Anonymous said...

9:57 you forgot the station just north of claycomo on pleasant valley road

Anonymous said...

Plus it is Jackson County where if they get caught it will likely only be probation.

Anonymous said...

KCMO is too big geographically to be governed responsibly. The city should be divided along county lines into at least two additional cities.