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Kansas City Drug Case And Gun Crime Crackdown
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A former Kansas City man who is linked to a drug-related murder has pleaded guilty to trafficking 52 illegal firearms. Kameron Bynum, 24, of Wilson, North Carolina pleaded guilty to several drug and gun related charges in Kansas City federal court.
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A serial public masturbator was caught yet again while eyeing Walmart shoppers in Missouri, cops say. "It's a like a drug," the man told police, according to documents. "I think about and then I do it."
Tragic Crime Redux
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, man has been charged in who was in his care. The baby died Aug. 25 at Children's Mercy Hospital. Two days earlier, police were called to the 9500 block of Charlotte Street, where they found 28-year-old Arlandez Drew.
Dead Lady Case Today
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police are investigating after a body was found in Swope Park on Tuesday morning. A female was found deceased shortly before 9 a.m. on 67th Street near Myrtle Avenue, according to KCPD spokesman Capt. Tim Hernandez. Parks and Recreation Department employees were in the park and found the body.
Digging For KCK Clues
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - For a second day, detectives and investigators dug up an empty lot where a home once stood in Kansas City, Kansas, as part of the investigation into a 1999 cold case.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City man has been convicted in federal court of a tax fraud scheme where he stole his children's identities. Michael Kheop, 51, was convicted of three counts of making false claims, two counts of mail fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft Monday in federal court in Kansas City.
Investigating Kansas City Old School Irish Connection
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Viewers might have seen "The Irishman" streaming on Netflix and in theaters this weekend. The film is a gangster movie, part of an American film tradition since the days of prohibition. Of course, Kansas City has its own mob history, one filled with jazz and booze in the roaring 20s.
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