Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Kansas City Crime Scene Tuesday

Right now we share this quick look at police action, court cases and all manner of alegged misdeeds . . .

Conservative Support From Fed Crackdown In KCMO & Beyond

"Amen and Hallelujah" for New White House Anti-Crime Initiative

To help reduce violent urban crime, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced "Operation Relentless Pursuit." Members of the National Center's Project 21 black leadership network are applauding this new anti-crime initiative from the Trump Administration. In seven cities - Albuquerque, Balt

Fear Of KCK Reprisal

Witnesses of KCK teen's murder fear suspect could be released, repeating history

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Even with the alleged shooter behind bars, one KCK family is still afraid. "I remember just screaming 'No! He's a kid! What are you doing? What're you doing?'" Berlin Baros said. Loved ones continue to mourn a teen killed in Kansas City, Kansas, earlier this month.

Local Pronoun Complaint

KCPD used wrong gender to ID missing transgender teen, mom says

Kansas City mother Judith Boris says police didn't handle her transgender teen's identity properly when she reported him missing. LGBT groups want the department to have better training.

Family Drama Postscript

Police: Retired firefighter beaten to death by son in Missouri

A Missouri fire department is in shock after one of its former members was allegedly beaten to death by his son."I have no words. No words at all," Chief Brian Gaudet, of Hillsboro Fire Protection District told KTVI in St. Louis.

Nasty Missouri Case

Ex-sheriff's lieutenant from Missouri gets life terms for child sex abuse

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) - A former southwest Missouri sheriff's lieutenant has been sentenced to six consecutive life terms for sexually abusing an 8-year-old girl. Greene County Judge David Jones said during sentencing Friday that he hopes 68-year-old David Hastings never leaves prison, the Springfield News-Leader reported.

Sleaze Scummit Looking For Authorities

Lee's Summit police ask for public's assistance in identifying male

LEE'S SUMMIT, MO (KCTV) - Police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying a male in regard to two felony assaults. Police said the male is possibly associated to a black Chevrolet Equinox with Indiana license plates.

Stealing Gets Serious In The Styx

Parkville store manager dies after being pushed by suspected shoplifter, court records say

PARKVILLE, Mo. - A warrant has been issued for a man charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to the death of a grocery store manager in Parkville. Toney Silvey was a store manager at the McKeever's Price Chopper on 45 Highway. On Nov.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

KCPD states that if you stumble across some dyke who thinks she has a dick to call someone who cares.