Friday, July 12, 2019

Kansas City Crime Scene News Roundup

Quick glimpse at some of the top news, police action and court cases concerning alleged misdeeds from across the metro . . .

Westside Tagger Redux

Two Kansas City murals vandalized

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Cesar Chavez mural and WESTSIDE mural have been damaged Thursday. According to the Westside Community Action Network Center Facebook page, the Cesar Chavez mural located at Avenida Cesar E Chavez and Jarboe Street was damaged. The post also states that the WESTSIDE mural located on 17th Street and Washington was also damaged.

Local Ice Bust Bragging

Bonner Springs Police drug bust nets 75 pounds of meth

Officers in Bonner Springs, Kansas were at the center of a large methamphetamine bust on Thursday.

Have You Seen Her???

KCKPD searching for woman missing since late June

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - The Kansas City Kansas Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding a woman last seen in late June. Officers say that 51-year-old Victoria E. Douglas was last seen June 27 in the 4000 block of North 107th Terrace.

Liberty Tragedy Report

Liberty Police Department is investigating a possible murder-suicide

The Liberty Police Department is investigating a possible murder-suicide that occurred Wednesday morning.Police said they responded to Doc's RV Park, located at 1600 Southview Drive, around 9:15 a.m. Wednesday to investigate the reported deaths of two people.Police said the initial police investigation revealed two people were found deceased inside a recreational vehicle at the address.

Fair Play To KCKPD Honcho

Kansas City, Kansas police chief talks accomplishments, controversy

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- Kansas City, Kansas Police Chief Terry Zeigler will retire in the fall. But he's stepping down amid controversy, so KCTV5 News asked him about that. About a month ago, KCTV5 News covered a protest outside the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department.

More2 Talks Legacy, Also

'It gives us a glimmer of hope': Local group reacts to KCK Police Chief Terry Zeigler's retirement

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Some of the most vocal critics of Kansas City, Kansas Police Chief Terry Zeigler are speaking out following news of his retirement. The group, MORE2, who is responsible for multiple protests and community meetings over the past few months.

Soft Serve Wrist-Slap

Fayette Dairy Queen manager that bullied teenage employee who killed himself won't go to prison

A former rural Missouri Dairy Queen manager accused of bullying a 17-year-old employee who eventually killed himself pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor charge and won't go to prison.Harley Branham, 23, of Fayette, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 30 days of house arrest.Kenneth Suttner shot himself at his home on Dec.

Local Runaround Arrest

Blue Springs man charged in chase involving stolen truck

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A 28-year-old Blue Springs man who fled from police in a pickup truck allegedly stolen during an armed carjacking earlier this week was charged Friday, according to court documents. Early Thursday afternoon, Kansas City, Missouri, police officers spotted a red Ford F-250 pickup truck near Northeast 44th Street and North Corrington Avenue.

Meth Town Tax Time Crime

Former Independence tax preparer sentenced for preparing more than $700,000 in fraudulent returns

A Killeen, Texas, woman who formerly operated a tax preparation service in Independence was sentenced in federal court Friday for her role in a conspiracy that prepared more than 1,000 false tax returns that resulted in nearly $700,000 in fraudulent refunds.Monique Hernandez, 52, was sentenced by U.S.

Doggie Drama Downer

Raytown vet, city point fingers at each other in dog's death

RAYTOWN, Mo. - One emotion rises above the rest when people hear about Butch, a pit bull that was euthanized after being seen at a city-contract veterinarian in Raytown . "Outrage I think would be the single word to sum it up," Midwest Animal ResQ Director Erin Morse said.

Carjacker Ambushes KC Dude

Man shot multiple times in armed carjacking, family says

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A man closing up his family-owned business on Wednesday night was shot multiple times during an armed carjacking, according to family and Kansas City, Missouri, police. On Thursday morning, the man was in stable condition after undergoing surgery, his family told 41 Action News.

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1 comment:

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