Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Kansas City Crime Scene

Quick crime scene report round-up of police action, court cases and all manner of ALLEGED misdeeds . . .

Kansas City Murder Count Debate Amid Near Record Breaking Year

149 homicides in Kansas City in 2019 are near 1993 record

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- This year has been one of the most deadly in Kansas City. The Kansas City Police Department has investigated 148 homicides so far, but there have been efforts throughout this year to bring down those numbers. Missouri Governor Mike Parson has made the trip down Interstate 70.

KCK Inferno Aftermath

Suspect in custody after triple homicide in house fire in Kansas City, Kansas

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- A triple homicide investigation is underway after a house fire in Kansas City, Kansas. Officers were called to the 100 Block of North Mill Street about 5 a.m. Monday to assist the Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department with a house fire.

Kansas Defends Guns

Kansas bills would block 'red flag' orders that require residents to give up guns

Kansas residents under a court order to turn over their guns would be shielded from having to comply, under proposals before the Legislature when it returns next month. Twin bills filed in the House and Senate would prohibit Kansas authorities from enforcing so-called "red flag" orders issued in other states barring Kansas residents from possessing weapons because they are considered a danger to themselves or others.

Missouri Targets DUI

New Year's highlights focus on Missouri areas with large number of impaired driving crashes (AUDIO) - Missourinet

Missouri state troopers will be visible on highways Tuesday and Wednesday for both New Year's Eve and New Year's Day traffic enforcement. Missouri State Highway Patrol Lieutenant Collin Stosberg describes impaired driving as the most preventable crime there is. "We have a zero tolerance so we'll have troopers and our other law enforcement partners out ...

More Deets On Fed Help Against Rising KCMO Crime

DOJ to add more police in Kansas City area, crimes continue

Federal and state officials are pooling millions of dollars to add more police officers to combat Kansas City's gun violence. But research has shown that changing the way police interact with is likely to have a greater impact on crime reduction.

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