Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Kansas City Crime Scene: More Deets Amid Controversy Over Alleged 'Mistaken Identity' Deadly Police Shooting



Background chatter on the blog claims there is video that will exonerate KCPD . . . Here's more insight into the complaint as social media allegations fly and evidence and statement have been slow but steady . . . Check more on the is case along with s cold look at Kansas City metro police action, court cases and all manner of alleged misdeeds.


Further Investigation After Community Outcry . . .

Family of man killed by detective hires civil rights attorney as KCPD releases new details

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A prominent civil rights attorney is now representing the family of a 26-year-old man shot and killed by a Kansas City Police detective last week. Lee Merritt is calling for transparency in the shooting death of Cameron Lamb, a father of three.


Dead Body In The Dotte

KCK police investigate death in the 2200 block of Franklin

KANSAS CITY, KS. (KCTV) --- Kansas City, KS., police are investigating a death that happened Monday afternoon around 4:30 p.m. Police say the death happened in the 2200 block of Franklin Avenue. A man was found dead inside a home. No cause of death was given, but police say the incident remains under investigation.


Gun Crime Cont'd In KCK

KCK man sentenced for unlawful firearm possession

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Kansas, man was sentenced Monday to 94 months in federal prison. Nikko D. Pike, 38, pleaded guilty to one county of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, admitting that in April 2017 he "was involved in a domestic disturbance with a woman," according to a news release.


Tragic Abuse Report

Missouri couple accused of locking child in closet for hours

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A mid-Missouri couple is accused of repeatedly locking a 9-year-old boy in a closet without food and water for hours at a time and only letting him out to eat in the mornings.


International Rock Chalk Incident

KU researcher allegedly received illegal discounts, avoided paying sales taxes for nearly 2 years

Authorities allege a University of Kansas researcher received illegal discounts and avoided paying sales taxes for nearly two years.The Kansas attorney general's office said in a news release Monday that 37-year-old Liuqi Gu, of Lawrence, has been charged with four felonies and two misdemeanors.


Tragic Training

Kansas man who wanted son to be tough sentenced in his death

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - A 29-year-old Wichita man who said he wanted his 6-month-old son to be tough has been sentenced to nearly 40 years in prison in the boy's death. Dorl Gwyn was sentenced Friday for second-degree murder in the April 2018 death of Jazz Gwyn at their home in Wichita.


Tragic Kansas City Death Amid Season Of Sadness For Some

KCPD investigating possible suicide in Kessler Park

Kansas City Police Department is investigating a possible suicide that occurred in Kessler Park. On Saturday, December 7, an off-duty firefighter was riding his four-wheeler in a wooded area near Gladstone & White when he found the victim. The victim was declared deceased at the scene. There were no apparent signs of foul play.


Developing . .

2 comments:

Phil Cardarella said...

The issue is a very simple one: The public PAYS the police and we pay for the videos to be shot both by cars and by copters. Just RELEASE the footage and let us see it for ourselves. Delay breeds distrust.

The dead young man had no serious criminal record -- and speeding is not a capital offense. In our gun-happy society, lots of folks carry guns around. If this guy foolishly and intentionally threatened a UNIFORMED officer with his gun, leaving no choice for the other officer, then it is a legal shoot. If not....?

SO, RELEASE THE VIDEO. DUH!

Charles Whitman said...

I've read reports (news stories?) that say Mr Lamb was pursued by two plainsclothes policemen wearing vests that said POLICE. Yes, release the video(s).
I don't think it's OK to point a gun at anyone. Not a uniformed policeman, not anyone.