Heading into the weekend the Kansas City homicide count stands at 112 at is on pace with recent near-record-breaking highs. As so, after the jump, tonight we share this list of local allegations, police action, court cases and all manner of news on suspected misdeeds.
Outcry After KC Dirty Deeds!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two metro families say they're out hundreds, even thousands, of dollars after letting a local cleaning company into their homes. "Coff's Home Services is the name of the company," client Shelley Morton said. Morton said she let two women, Terra and Brandy Coff, into her home to clean.
Kansas City Killer Interview
He's known as the internet's first serial killer - meeting his victims in internet chat rooms. He's from right here in Kansas City.Right now John E. Robinson is in his 70s, sitting on death row in Kansas.
Brother Vs. Brother In Kansas
LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- A Leavenworth County man has pleaded no contest to charges that he used his brother's identity to steal over $100,000. Christopher Haugland, 38, made the plea Friday in Leavenworth District Court.
Show-Me Country Arson Case
BATES COUNTY, MO. (KCTV) --- Authorities are investigating a bizarre fire incident that occurred Friday evening in Butler, Mo. The Bates County Sheriff's Office says at least one person set a hay structure on fire near a local farm called Autumn Acres, located in the 1300 Block of South Main Street.
Speedy Kansas Po-Po Curbed
SEDGWICK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY SOURCE: SEDGWICK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY Wichita, Kansas officer who drove up to 100 mph with no siren fired
Lesson In Suspected Social Media Threat To Students
Jordan Douglas, 26, accused of having relationships with 2 students Richmond Middle School teacher charged with sexual contact with students Jordan Douglas, 26, accused of having relationships with 2 students -- A Richmond Middle School teacher has been charged with having sexual contact with two students.
Police Desperately Seeking Conversation With This Dude
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The FBI in Kansas City hopes someone might be able to identify a man they want to speak with in connection to a bank robbery last month in Lee's Summit. an armed suspect entered the Arvest Bank at 360 Southwest Missouri 150 and demanded money.
Rest Assured That Many KCPD Outreach Efforts Are Successful
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People from all over the country are sending bed sheets to Kansas City, Missouri to help sexual assault survivors. Marisa Smith, a Kansas City Police Crime Scene Technician, She said technicians have to take sheets as evidence many times at the scene of a sexual assault.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .