Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday Crime Scene



Here's a quick glimpse at crime news, court cases, mugshots and all manner of local ALLEGED misdeeds. Take a look:


Home Provider Confronts Angry Kansas City Resident Lawsuit

Class-action lawsuit filed over conditions at south KC apartment complex

Tenants have filed a class action lawsuit against an affiliate of one of Kansas City's largest landlords, alleging several complaints about unsafe and dangerous conditions.The lawsuit, which was filed last month in Jackson County Circuit Court, alleges KM-TEH Realty 8, LLC, which owns the Ruskin Place apartments in south Kansas


Violent Hateration Increases

FBI Reports Dip In Hate Crimes, But Rise In Violence

While the number of reported hate crimes dipped slightly in 2018, violence against individuals rose to a 16-year high, according to numbers released Tuesday by the FBI. The FBI's annual tally counted 7,120 hate crimes reported last year, 55 fewer than the year before.


More Local Medical Drama

Saint Luke's Foundation embezzlement brings 2-year sentence - Kansas City Business Journal

A Kansas City woman was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for embezzling nearly $547,000 from Saint Luke's Foundation, which employed her as an accountant for nearly 20 years. Kathleen Frederico worked as the accounting and special projects manager at the foundation, a nonprofit that supports Saint Luke's Health System, from May 7, 1999, until she was fired Feb.


KCPD Needs Cold Case Help

KC police believe new information could help solve September homicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Investigators with the Kansas City Police Department believe that new information could help solve the murder of Darryle Humbird, who was murdered in his home in two months ago. Humbird, 53, was found dead inside his home in the 9100 block of E.


Bedroom Community Court Case Public Info Consideration

Raytown Clerk's Refusal To Provide Traffic Safety Records Broke Missouri Law, Court Says

Raytown's city clerk "purposefully" violated the law when she spurned a request for public records related to a fatal traffic accident, the Missouri Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday. The decision has far-reaching implications for citizens' access to public documents covered by Missouri's Sunshine Law.


Vape Fear Rising

Kansas Dept. of Ed considers adding vaping ban

Hide Transcript Show Transcript THE KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SAYS THE ISSUE OF VAPING AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IS EXPLODIN KMBC 9'S MICHEAL MAHONEY WENT TO TOPEKA WHERE LEADERS ARE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT. MICHEAL: OR TO BE EXACT, HOW TO STOP VAPING.


KC Crime History Exposed

Terror in the Heartland | The Bobby Greenlease Kidnapping

It remains one of the most famous crimes in Kansas City history – the horrendous kidnapping and murder of young Bobby Greenlease.


Rock Chalk Lady Revenge

Kansas Woman Brutally Beats Husband To Death With Wooden Plank

Murders A-Z is a collection of true crime stories that take an in-depth look at both little-known and infamous murders throughout history. With Kansas couple Ed Patton Jr. and Tyler Block Patton, it was certainly a case of opposites attract.


Novel Crime Concept

Violent criminals belong in prison

It's no secret that for years, Missouri's largest cities have earned spots high atop the list of America's most dangerous cities. Just last month, a USA Today study of FBI crime data ranked Missouri's largest cities - St. Louis and Kansas City - as the fifth- and sixth-most dangerous in the country, with St.


Nearby Hobo Crackdown

St. Joseph homeless complaints lead to passing of ordinance

ST. JOSEPH, MO (KCTV) -- Citizens were concerned about homeless people living under a bridge at Belt Highway and US Highway 36. Those complaints then triggered the passing of an ordinance that will keep the homeless from sleeping in public places in St. Joseph. Tracy Gillespie is among the roughly 200 homeless people living in St.


Axing Old School Questions

Maryville man charged with breaking into elderly couple's home, threatening them with axe

MARYVILLE, Mo. -- A Maryville man is facing multiple charges for allegedly breaking into the home of an elderly couple, robbing them and threatening them with an axe. Trevin Williams, 23, is charged in Nodaway County with burglary, armed criminal action, kidnapping, stealing and tampering with a motor vehicle.


Give 1st Responders A Brake

First responders remind drivers to move over

Hide Transcript Show Transcript OVER, IT IS VERY PERSONAL TO THEM. YOU SEE THE SIGNS "MOVE OVER FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES AND HIGHWAY WORKERS." IN THE METRO THOSE EMERGENCY VEHICLES RESPOND TO 34,000 INCIDENTS A YEAR. WE WITNESSED TWO OF THOSE CALLS IN A MATTER OF MINUTES WHILE AT THE KC SCOUT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT THOSE RESPONDERS HAVE A CLEAR MESSAGE.


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