Friday, February 08, 2019

Kansas City Crime News OPEN THREAD!!!



A quick roundup of crime news, allegations and Kansas City topics related to police action as we work our way toward the weekend.




No Charge For Bus Driver Flipping Out

Kansas Judge Controversy Redux

Judge accused of victim-blaming has been lenient before

A Kansas judge who blamed two teenage girls for a sexual encounter with a 67-year-old man spent nearly a decade on the bench overseeing mostly sealed juvenile and child-in-need-of-care cases behind closed doors before taking over the adult criminal cases for a retiring judge last summer.


Traffic Stop Rescue Aftermath

Man charged for human trafficking in Lenexa

LENEXA, KS (KCTV) - A man is facing charges related to a human trafficking case in Johnson County, Kansas after being pulled over by an officer in Lenexa earlier this month. On Feb. 1 at about 4:30 a.m., an officer made a traffic stop in the 8000 block of Lenexa Drive.


Funny Money Allegations In Golden Ghetto

Group charged in Johnson County with counterfeiting money | The Kansas City Star

Four people have been charged in Johnson County District Court with passing counterfeit money at businesses in Overland Park. Bond for each was set at $100,000.


Church Dude Fate In Question


Police Want Conversation With This Guy

Merriam police want to talk to man about incident at Walgreens

MERRIAM, KS (KCTV) - The Merriam Police Department is wanting to locate a man who may have information about an incident that happened on Jan. 31. The police only said they wanted to talk to him "regarding an incident that happened at Walgreens." They did not provide any additional information about the circumstances of the incident.


Youngster Ride-Along Allegation

KCK man's child was with him when alleged drug deal happened | The Kansas City Star

A Kansas City, Kan., man, who allegedly had a gun with him when he was shot during a suspected drug deal, has been charged with several federal firearms charges.


Show-Me Old School Theft

Olathe nursing home worker pleads guilty to stealing from resident

OLATHE, KS (AP) -- A 51-year-old former Olathe nursing home employee pleaded guilty to stealing jewelry from a resident suffering from dementia. Tonette Raylene Ealy, of Kansas City, KS, pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor count of mistreatment of a dependent adult. She also was ordered to pay restitution to the victim.


KCK Creeper Locked Away


Crime Across The State

Missouri News: St. Louis Man, James P. Pettus, Sentenced to 14 Years for Meth, Illegal Firearm * STL.News

KANSAS CITY, MO (STL.News) - A St. Louis, Missouri man who was found passed out at an Oak Grove, Mo., truck stop after a week-long bender has been sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing methamphetamine and a firearm. James P. Pettus, 40, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Brian C.


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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow it's like Black History Month in here

Anonymous said...

We might make #4 worst in the country this year. Perhaps even #3.

Anonymous said...

And who in the hell in their right mind would want to become a police officer in Killa' City?

I certainly wouldn't.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Thankfully, there are people a lot braver and more dedicated than you. THAT is why they deserve respect.

Anonymous said...

What Police? Barely ever see them around anymore.

Anonymous said...

They are probably not going to be there when your home is invaded by armed thugs or your driving down the street and suddenly caught in the middle of a rolling gun battle shoot out in the middle of Midtown.

If we had enough police we wouldn't be living in these third world like conditions.

Anonymous said...

The Leavenworth police chief sounds like a chickenshit cunthole that won’t stick up for his officers.

Anonymous said...

Five children between ages 12 and 16 are charged with MURDER in shooting death of Nashville musician during robbery-gone-wrong in front of his house.


Man that is sick.

Anonymous said...

kcpd is the most worthless organization in the country

Anonymous said...

I think the kcpd cops are good. It’s the Jackson County prosecutor Jean Petersucker Baker who is worthless as teats on a boar.