Sunday, April 07, 2019

Gunfire Echos Across Kansas City Metro



Quick roundup of the gunfire around the metro that made the news and today's effort to stop the violence . . .


Kansas City Ride For Peace

Pee Wee's Run to honor KC victims of violence

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- "I want people to understand that it's not ok to lose a child due to the hands of someone else," Rosilyn Temple, who lost her son to gun violence, said. Temple knows the pain first hand as her son Antonio Thompson, who she lovingly called "Pee Wee," was gunned down on Thanksgiving eve in 2011.


Raytown Fired Up

One man seriously injured in Raytown shooting

RAYTOWN, Mo. - A man was shot Sunday in Raytown, Missouri, during a disturbance in the 7200 block of Woodson Road. According to the Raytown Police Department, officers were called to the scene of an armed disturbance at 10:37 a.m. The call was upgraded to shots fired while Raytown PD was en route.


Golden Ghetto Vacants Take A Hit

Gunfire damages unoccupied luxury condominiums near Meadowbrook Park in Prairie Village | The Kansas City Star

Police are investigating property damage after multiple gunshots hit the unoccupied Capella luxury condominiums near the Meadowbrook Park redevelopment on Sunday in Prairie Village . Several rounds of gunfire hit the building but no one was hurt, police s


If you have info on these shootings or any other crimes, Call the TIPS Hotline. (816) 474-TIPS



Developing . . .

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

If Meadowbrook wants to stay nice, they better fence and gate the entire property. Having a public park on the premises is going to attract lots of riff raff from some of the ratty areas that are near there.

Anonymous said...

^^Thanks Sherlock for your excellent opinion on urban planning and crime prevention! I'm sure they're listening and will implement said plan post haste!