Some news followup to recent reporting on alleged misdeeds, police action and court cases and all manner of allegations in the MSM . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The aunt of the young boy killed over the weekend in a hail of bullets at his South Kansas City house asked for on Wednesday. It's a somber reality that Rochelle can't fathom four days after the senseless killing of her 8-year-old nephew Brian Bartlett.
Maserati Man Aftermath
The Lenexa man who was killed in a shootout with police after he claimed to kill his wife and threatened to go to the Legends Outlets while heavily armed is known by neighbors as being polite, yet flashy and intense.
Show-Me Justice Against Police
Court Suspends 2 Prosecutors' Law Licenses for Covering up Brutal Police Beating - Photography is Not a Crime
The Missouri Supreme Court unanimously suspended the law licenses of two prosecutors in St. Louis on Tuesday for covering for a detective who beat a handcuffed suspect, jamming a gun in his mouth and beating him with a chair in 2014.
Macabre Home Tragedy Tour
KANSAS CITY, Mo -- Eight-year old Brian Bartlett is the 89th homicide victim and the youngest person to be killed by gun violence this year. The child was killed in a drive-by shooting Saturday night, and now people in the community are trying to find clues that will lead police to his killer.
Extra R Is For Creeper Suspect
GRANDVIEW, MO (KCTV) -- Errin Green is wanted on two Jackson County warrants for sex offender registration violations. His original offense happened in 2000 in Platte County and involved sexual misconduct with a 3-year-old girl. His last known address was in Grandview, but his current locations is unknown.
Contempt In Kansas
A federal judge is holding the U.S. Attorney's Office in Kansas in contempt in connection with a burgeoning scandal involving recordings of confidential conversations between criminal defendants and their attorneys at a federal detention center in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Local Radio Help On The Way
Kansas City, MO - The Caring For Kids Radiothon benefiting the Children's Shelter runs Thursday, August 15th from 7am to 9pm. Over the course of three decades, the shelter has taken in more than 7,200 Missouri children who were taken from their homes because of abuse or neglect.
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