Friday, December 20, 2019

KANSAS CITY 2019 HOMICIDE #145: VICTIM DIES FROM INJURIES AFTER SUFFERING SPATE OF BULLETS THAT ALSO HIT BUS!!!



This week gunfire targeted transit in the latest local killing that puts KCMO back on a record pace for murder.

Check today's gunfire follow-up:

KCTV5: 20-year-old shot in vehicle on Tuesday dies

Fox4: KC police identify man shot and killed near 23rd and Indiana

Again this pushes Kansas City further past last year's homicide total of 138 and and closer to the all-time record of 153 set back in 1993.

Developing . . .

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Weekend will be warmer as well. Hope that doesn't mean more shootings from people who aren't exactly in the Christmas spirit.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Hope in one hand. You know the rest.

Renne said...

This is what happens when your city hall is more concerned about giving a corporation millions of dollars to build a parking garage then working to make streets safe. If there is going to be any change, we need to look at what we've been doing wrong and fix it.

Anonymous said...

That free transportation might cost you your life!

Anonymous said...

Did Q tip take a selfie with the corpse?

Anonymous said...

Good news! We're only 12 days away from the murder count being reset to zero!

Dex said...

^^^ True. Then we forget that all off these homicides ever happened. Half of them are still unsolved. Very sad for KC.

Anonymous said...

There will be more like this one when the freebie bus program begins.

Anonymous said...

The cost of the free fare is more violence.

Free KC said...

No idea why you dips hate the bus so much. Would hayrides make you Trumpers happier? Doubt it. You people hate KCMO because you're miserable.

Anonymous said...

150 murder count for sure and then we start it all over again.

Anonymous said...

7:28 I’m guessing you can’t handle the truth about this murderous and broke down ass town?

Anonymous said...

Some people can’t handle the truth and the facts!

Anonymous said...

So bullets come in spates? I thought they came in hails, when they don't rain down.