Monday, June 10, 2019

Kansas City Crime Scene Roundup



Quick look at reports of Kansas City metro police actions, allegations, misdeeds violence and other nastiness . . .


Tech Fix: Kansas City Crime Data Finally Restored

KCPD data restored to crimereports.com

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police said their data has been restored to a service that maps crimes for which a police report was taken. The two-month outage was a result of technical issues on "both our end and then Motorola Solutions," KCPD wrote in a post on the Nextdoor app.


Unfriendly Gunfire Reunion

'I shot him': Fight between longtime friends leaves one hospitalized, another jailed

Brandon D. Williams was charged in Jackson County with assault and armed criminal action after shooting a man in the 6800 block of Askew Ave in Kansas City, Missouri, according to police. The shooter and victim were said to be longtime friends.


Meth Town Lady Hard Time

Independence woman faces 20 years in prison for drug charges

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - An Independence woman faces up to 20 years in federal prison for drug charges. Rebecca McCorey, 39, pleaded guilty on June 7 to maintaining a drug-involved premises. This comes after Independence police were called out to McCorey's home on July 7, 2018, on a reported shooting.


No Right To Life On Brutal Kansas City, Kansas Streets?!?!

KCK police say woman, 5 months pregnant, injured in shooting

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- KCK police say a woman who is 5 months pregnant, was injured in a shooting. Police responded to a shots fired call incident at 32nd and Lathrop around 8:30 Sunday night. At the scene officers found multiple shell casings along with damage to cars and houses.


KCPD Defile Granny Remains?!?!

KCPD says officer 'accidentally' dumped out ashes of suspect's grandmother during search

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Police officials say an officer inadvertently lost some of the cremated remains of a suspect's grandmother during a search of the man. According to the Kansas City Police Department, officers were investigating a multi-state ring of auto dealership burglaries on May 30.


Show-Me Disparity Redux

Report: Black Missouri drivers 91% more likely to be stopped

A report from Missouri's attorney general shows that black drivers across the state are 91% more likely than white motorists to be pulled over by police, and newly collected data shows that African-Americans are even more likely to be stopped in many communities where they live.


Show-Me Rural Rampage?!?!

3 female vandals tear up Chillicothe downtown 'for no reason,' police say

CHILLICOTHE, Mo. - Police are looking for an adult and two juveniles after the group of women were caught vandalizing the city's downtown area. The vandalism took place on Locust Street between the 400 and 700 block, according to a post on the Chillicothe Police Department's Facebook page.


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Raytown man charged with stabbing man at Independence motel

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- A Raytown man is behind bars after he allegedly stabbed a man at an Independence motel. Demar Holden, 31, is charged with 1st degree assault and armed criminal action. According to court documents, on June 8 police were called to the Sports Stadium Inn on U.S.


Underwire Agony Update

Jackson County jail security screenings questioned

Hide Transcript Show Transcript RESPONDING, TONIGHT, TOO. SAFETY INSIDE THESE WALLS IS EXACTLY WHY NEW METAL DETECTOR SECURITY SCREENINGS AT THE JACKSON COUNTY JAIL, WENT INTO EFFECT. >> I BELIEVE THAT JACKSON COUNTY WANTS A SAFE JAIL FOR ITS INMATES.


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Scary that Kc has become so violent, it has been worse over the past few years and especially since mayor james has taken over. Glad that he will not try a third term.

Anonymous said...

The koloreds are a violent nasty animal, something must be done to stop them.