Monday, February 04, 2019

Kansas City Crime News Gathering



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In even sadder and more serious news, here's some of the top crime stories worth a peek for tonight . . .



Is Ward Parkway Safe?!?!?

JoCo Traffic Stop Questions

Johnson County man charged with human trafficking of teenager

LENEXA, KANSAS (KCTV) - A Johnson County man is accused of sexually exploiting a teen in a case of human trafficking. Prosecutors in Johnson County say this is an active investigation and more arrests could be coming, but a big break came when a driver didn't come to a complete stop at Lenexa Drive and Switzer and police started asking questions.


Perfect Village Bandit On The Loose

FBI seeks help to ID suspect in Prairie Village bank robbery | The Kansas City Star

The suspect walked into the Great Southern Bank in Prairie Village about 1 p.m. and passed a note to a teller demanding money. He left in an unknown direction with an undetermined amount of cash.


Northland Po-Po Crash Update

Driver suspected of being intoxicated crashes into Clay County deputy's patrol car

The Clay County sheriff said Monday morning a driver suspected of being intoxicated rear-ended a patrol car that had its emergency warning lights on. The incident happened on northbound Interstate 35 at about mile marker 32.6. The sheriff posted a picture of a heavily damaged patrol car on Twitter.


Local Runaround Aftermath

2 in custody after police pursuit ends on I-49 near 163rd Street

Two people are in custody after a police pursuit ends Monday evening on Interstate 49 in Cass County. The Cass County Sheriff's Office said two people in the vehicle were wanted on multiple warrants and refused to stop for officers in Miami County, Kansas. They were eventually stopped on northbound I-49 near 163rd Street.


Police Seeking Happy Rock Pay Day Loan Conversation

Gladstone police need public's help in identifying person of interest

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Gladstone police are requesting the public's help in identifying a person of interest. Gladstone police are looking for a male that is a person of interest in a robbery at the Check into Cash located on Antioch Road. The robbery took place on January 21 at 12:45 p.m.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

yeah, they can stop talking so much and pick winter squash.