Thursday, August 29, 2019

Kansas City Thursday Crime Scene



Special thanks to readers from our blog community who have sent appreciation for this somewhat regular rundown of worthwhile crime-related news, allegations of misedeeds and police actions. Here's the latest . . .


Kansas City Radio Crime Fight

Hot 103 JAMZ! pushes for change as violence continues in KC

MIC, COMES A CALL FOR CHANGE EVERY DAY WE ARE WAKING UP TALKING ABOUT ANOTHER MURDER. THIS IS PREVENTABLE. KELLY: RADIO PERSONALITY JULEE JONEZ AND HER CO-WORKERS HAVE REACHED THEIR LIMIT. THEY'RE TIRED OF REPORTING ON THE ESCALATING NUMBER HOMICIDES IN KANSAS CITY.


TKC Reader Suggested News Link And "Meth Honey" Warning

He was jailed for nearly three months after airport officials claimed he was traveling with liquid meth. It was honey

Days after Christmas, Leon Haughton flew back to the US from his birthplace in Jamaica with three jars of honey. He had no idea they would cost him his freedom for nearly three months.


Kansas City Rolling Prayers

Shooting surge has Kansas City residents searching for new solutions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A surge in shootings has residents searching for new solutions to stop gun violence. At Southeast High School, participants in a rolling prayer caravan are seeking divine intervention for a violence free KC. Gathering to pray is not new in Kansas City.


More Deets On KFCD Beat Down

Kansas City firefighter accused of road rage assault against woman

RAYTOWN, MO (KCTV) -- East 59th Street and Blue Ridge Boulevard in Raytown, Missouri slowed to a stop when a Kansas City, Missouri firefighter allegedly attacked a neighbor after a road rage incident. The woman, who would like her identity to be kept quiet, has her arm and wrist wrapped, and her face is scraped and bruised.


Phone Fake Warning

KCK woman nearly scammed out of $500 from fake Wyandotte County sheriff call

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A KCK woman said she considers herself lucky after nearly being scammed out of $500. The woman, who asked not to be identified, said on Monday she received a call from a man named Lt. Todd Sullivan. He claimed he was an officer with the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Department.


Gun Check Life Lesson

Grain Valley man charged with carrying loaded firearm onto Blue Springs School District property

BLUE SPRINGS, MO (KCTV)-A 19-year-old man was charged Wednesday with carrying a loaded firearm onto Blue Springs school property. Charles Kozloski faces charges of unlawful use of a weapon and stealing.


Deadly Kansas City Code

'Get him before he get me': 23-year-old man charged in south Kansas City killing

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Prosecutors are charging a 23-year-old Kansas City man in connection with a killing Tuesday morning in south Kansas City. Isiah J. Ferguson faces first-degree murder and armed criminal action. According to court documents, Kansas City officers responded to a shooting near 75th and Washington just before 1 a.m.


Local Crime Legacy

Jury finds man guilty in KCK murder that sparked 911 system change

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - A jury has decided the fate of a man who police said caused the death of Kansas City, Kansas woman in 2017. Orlando Taylor was found guilty of first-degree murder, burglary and aggravated burglary but found not guilty of rape.


Police Check Crash Site

KCPD investigating fatal collision near 135th and Holmes

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EPIC Wildcat Drug Bust

U.S. Attorney announces arrests in 3-year Manhattan heroin, fentanyl bust

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - U.S. Attorney Stephen McAlister is sharing the results of a 3-year criminal investigation in Manhattan Wednesday morning. The 10 a.m. press conference at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Topeka comes after reports show more than two dozen drug arrests Tuesday in Manhattan.


High Praise From Po-Po

Independence police looking for teen behind viral random act of kindness

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- A mother was brought to tears after an officer explained what he saw her son do Sunday outside an Independence Hy-Vee. Now, the Independence Police Department is on the hunt for the teen not to take him into custody -- but rather out to dinner.


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey do you all remember when Tracy Thomas was absolutely humiliated by being exposed for bringing some frivolous lawsuit against a company because her fat, stupid old ass fell off of a 20 year old ladder? What a stupid bitch. Credibility gone. Okay, Tony... Go ahead and get rid of the evidence now, you comment-deleting bastard.

Anonymous said...

^^ Hope you have the same ladder.

Anonymous said...

Sorry 12:20, I dont have the same ladder.. But I do have two fingers inside your daughter!

Anonymous said...

^^^Well she's 2 so that makes you a pedo felon! Ewwwwwww!

Anonymous said...

Why is the negro KCFD chickenshit woman beater suspended WITH pay? Why not without pay or just fired completely?

Anonymous said...

^^because dipshit, he hasn't been convicted of anything! Little thing called due process shit-for-brains. Don't like it? Move to Venezuela!

Anonymous said...

He’s black so you can’t do anything to him or that would be racist