Thursday, February 20, 2020

Kansas City Suspected Domestic Abuse Police Chase Injures Woman & Youngster

Overnight roundup of this tense situation and glimpse at growing distress for families in KCMO. Checkit:

2-year-old child, woman injured after police pursuit of accused aggravated battery suspect in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) --- Three people, including a 2-year-old child and a woman were injured in a crash stemming from a police pursuit on Wednesday evening. Kansas City police say they responded to a report of a disturbance involving a man that was armed and intentionally hitting cars in the area.

8 comments:

Super Dave said...

In this day and age why are police pursuits still taking place? Of all the modern technology in place we have to still chase a car Keystone Cops style over being smart and using modern age crime fighting tools. You mean to tell me with all the so called tracking devices in today's world there isn't a way to project such a device onto a car that will enable those in pursuit to back off and track where the car is headed and not pressure the suspect vehicle?

Or would that make to much sense?

Anonymous said...

^^Nothing you just said made sense. You never do.

Anonymous said...

They knew where he was. He was ramming cars trying to kill his ex. How does knowing where a violent offender is actually protect anyone? Sometimes you...hang with me here...actually have to catch them, and while you just blather about how technology should solve this, I didn't see anything close to a blueprint of how that actually would work...like what, shoot lasers at him or magically program his truck to slow down and drive itself to a police station? You'll also find this shocking, so sit down, but some people don't have valid plates on their vehicles! What then Sherlock? Oh well, who needs details when you aren't actually out there doing it, but rather just posting internet comments.

Anonymous said...

Ha!! Stupid dave is getting run today! Love it

Anonymous said...

you can offer metro workers/residents option to get an interstate toll pass that matches their license plate.

Anonymous said...

if you are going East on I70 & intend to go north on I35, it should be easier/faster/cheaper to take 435 North toward airport then East somewhere than drive anywhere near downtown KC.
etc....
Currently it is not.

-highway interstate exchanges & environments in the edge corridors

Anonymous said...

Oh Chimpy. Your fantasy is someone else being the blog practice dummy! Lol

Anonymous said...

you have a very narrow definition of self interest.