Saturday, May 25, 2019

Jackson County Endures Car Attack

Tough traffic times and a trio of cars hit in this latest local car chase escapade. Here's the damage:

Suspect intentionally hits three Jackson County Sheriff Deputy vehicles

Jackson County, MO (KCTV) - A suspect is in custody after intentionally ramming into three separately occupied Jackson County Deputy vehicles. The suspect hit the three patrol cars near I-435 and 23rd St. and fled the scene in their heavily damaged car. They were apprehended by KCPD after becoming involved in an accident in Kansas City.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

That'll piss'em off

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the typical driver in this city.

Anonymous said...

Yep, just more crimmies costing the taxpayers ever more for all their cradle to grave gibsmes and fuckups. If this is property damage without serious bodily harm to any JaCo personnel, then that's a relief. It was this type of collision that broke a detective's wrist, and in another similar incident, a dislocation of a shoulder put an officer off duty for 2 months. Lost productivity, physical therapies, meds, doctor visits, and over-time wages for replacement personnel adds to costs of property replacements and repairs.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the lazy deputies shouldn't park illegally on Oak Street and their cars wouldn't get hit. Most of them look like they could benefit from walking a few extra steps anyway.

Anonymous said...

^^^city employee.

Anonymous said...

Do they have insurance?