Thursday, February 28, 2019

Kansas City Crime Scene Report

Quick look all of the metro crime news and recent arrests . . .

AMID Defeating Kansas City Chiefs

How Patriots owner Robert Kraft could get off in prostitution case

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution after twice visiting Jupiter "rub and tug" massage joint Orchids of Asia Day Spa. Police say the business has ties to an international human-trafficking and prostitution ring.

Exburb Runaround

Police pursuit ends with crash in Raytown Thursday afternoon

Two people were taken into custody after a police chase ended Thursday with a crash at East 63rd Street and Cedar Avenue.Authorities said the vehicle hit another car at the intersection.There was a short foot chase after the crash.Authorities said two minor injuries were reported to the people in the stolen vehicle.Police are still investigating.

Neighborhood Shooting Aftermath

Rolling gun battle on Ward Parkway in Kansas City: charges | The Kansas City Star

A man shot in the face during a rolling gun battle that ended on Kansas City's Ward Parkway is now facing a federal firearm charge. Anthony J. Fikes was in car with a woman and two children when the shooting started near Troost Avenue.

Sleaze Scummit Accusations

Lee's Summit man charged in connection with fatal 2018 shooting

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) - A man has been charged in connection with a fatal shooting that happened in August of last year partly due to DNA testing. Rafael M. Armstrong, a 30-year-old from Lee's Summit, has been charged with first-degree murder, unlawful possession of a firearm, and two counts of armed criminal action.


Man charged with shooting woman at Olathe shopping center | The Kansas City Star

An Overland Park man is facing multiple felony charges, including attempted murder, after a woman was shot Tuesday night at an Olathe shopping center on south Mur-Len Road. Landon James Smith is charged in Johnson County District Court.

Show-Me Second Chance In Missouri

Thousands Of Missouri Inmates Whose Paroles Were Revoked May Be Entitled To Relief, Judge Rules

Missouri will have to reform its parole policies after a federal judge ruled in favor of thousands of current and former parolees who sued the state, claiming those policies are unconstitutional. Many parolees have been sent back to prison for technical violations of their parole such as crossing a state line, missing a parole appointment or losing a job because their employer found out about their criminal record.

Plaza Traffic Scare

Man critically hurt after being hit by car near the Plaza, police say

Kansas City police are investigating after a man was hit by a vehicle Feb. 28, 2019, at 47th and Main streets. SOURCE: KMBC A man was critically hurt Thursday after being hit by a car near the Plaza, Kansas City police said.The crash was reported about 3:30 p.m.

And this is another OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Now We Know How Many Holes It Takes To Fill The City Hall said...

Rainbows and Unicorns. Things are happening!

Jolly Juicetus said...

And this is another OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


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Don't forget to enjoy some frosty entertainment tonight in the greatest city on earth! Thanks for your support!

Germaaaan Read said...

18th and Vine baby! Where all the action is.

Christ Hernannydaz said...

Deal struck to fix potholes. KC Pride!

Zkott Vagner said...

Talking trash, service that is, trash gold, KC tea.

Kale James said...

Look forward to coming home to the city I love this summer and do sum hangin wit the homies!