Wednesday, April 03, 2019

Kansas City Morning Crime Roundup



The season for Spring Breakers is the season for crime. Here's a quick look at local misdeeds. Checkit:


KCPD Put Fakers On Notice

Scammers prey on generosity for fallen officers to cash in on Kansas City's goodwill

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Scammers are preying on generosity for fallen officers hoping to cash in on Kansas City's goodwill. The Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police wants to find out who is responsible for making phone calls asking for money using their name.


Golden Ghetto Murder 1 Allegation

Man, 18, charged with attempted capital murder

An Overland Park, Kansas man is behind bars on a $1 million bond facing several charges, including attempted capital murder.


Solving KCMO Illegal Dumping

Neighborhood Cleanup Removes Tons of Trash From Kansas City's East Side

Just imagine what $1.5 billion would do for blight on Kansas City's East Side. Well, if Bill Drummond had his way, the city would make sprucing up neighborhoods as big a financial priority as the billion-dollar-plus project to replace Kansas City International Airport.


More Deets About Chopped Horse

Frisbee golfer tells FOX4 about discovering dismembered horse in KC's Kessler Park

Editor's note: Some may find the details in the story below and video above graphic and disturbing. KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Investigators are trying to learn who dumped the remains of a dismembered horse in Kessler Park on Tuesday.


KCK Conspiracy Charges

Kansas drug smugglers face charges

14 people accused of drug dealing faced federal court on Monday.


Doc Confronts More Push Back

Leawood man accused of botching autopsies nationwide may have violated his temporary restraining order

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- There's new concern that the man charged with botching autopsies in the state of Kansas is violating a temporary restraining order. Shawn Parcells faces criminal charges of theft and desecration of bodies plus civil violations. He's been ordered to stop working.


Pitch Repeats Party Warning

Westport's enhanced weekend security starts back up soon. Here's what to know.

Highs in the 70s this weekend, which means more people leaving their homes and enjoying the city. It also means the beginning of enhanced security after 11 p.m. on the weekends in Westport. In December 2017, the Westport Regional Business League won the right to block off sidewalks in the entertainment district to screen for concealed weapons.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

BBQ horse coming as the new summer fad.