Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Crime Scene Kansas City: Midweek News Look



Our most loyal readers always make a habit out of checking this second of the blog dedicated to court cases, alleged misdeeds, police action and all matter of local suspected crime news . . .


Kansas City Screen Cap Request

Police release photo of man they want to talk to about KC homicide on Linwood

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City man left for a morning walk Wednesday, and several minutes later he was the center of a homicide investigation. Kansas City police said the man was shot and killed when he interrupted someone attempting to break into his vehicle.


Tragic KCMO Name Check

Violence in Chicago proves black lives don't matter to liberal politicians

Until my fellow Chicagoans accept this hard truth, we can expect to remain one of the most violent cities on earth. And while I realize this issue is far beyond politics, it is clear the liberal solutions we continue to see offered by local leaders have failed.


Costly Raytown Disclosure Mess

Raytown city clerk ordered to pay $42K for refusing records request

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri city clerk must pay a $4,000 fine and nearly 10 times that amount in attorney fees for refusing to honor a woman's public records request, a state appeals court ruled in a decision that could have important implications for how such requests are handled going forward.


KCK Self Defense

Man shoots intruder inside his home in KCK's Turner neighborhood

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Kansas City, Kansas police are investigating after they say a man shot an intruder inside his home Wednesday morning. The incident was reported just after 1 a.m. near Douglas Ave. and Key Lane, just east of Pierson Park.


Show-Me BIG FED INDICTMENT For Missouri Police Honcho

Former Greenwood police chief charged in federal indictment

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The former police chief of a small Missouri town was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday for violating a person's civil rights while they were in custody. Greg Hallgrimson was the police chief in Greenwood when the incident happened in December 2018.


Justice For Family???

Metro man suddenly found dead in Kansas prison has family demanding answers

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A metro mom says she's out of options after waiting five months for El Dorado Correctional Facility to tell her how her son died. Alejandro Hernandez died in the prison on May 23, just 16 days after he was admitted for violating his parole.


Police Good Deed Bright Side

KCK police in 'sticky situation' with Westwood Police

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Wyandotte County borders Johnson County, Kansas, and there is a battle going on between two local police departments. Two weeks ago, Kansas City, Kansas Police got into a sticky situation after accepting Westwood's peanut butter and jelly challenge.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Greenwood chief should have dragged that chair with the perp handcuffed to it out onto the thin ice of lake to ponder what he did.
The only loss would be the chair and a pair of handcuffs.
In contrast what is the penalty for bodily harm and attempted murder of a baby in Greenwood?