Monday, February 03, 2020

KCPD PLANS 'FOLLOWUP' ON REPORTS OF CELEBRATORY GUNFIRE AFTER HISTORIC CHIEFS SUPER BOWL VICTORY!!!



Confirmation and a look at REAL LIFE ROUGH PARTYING IN KANSAS CITY that isn't suitable for smiling talking heads on the news . . .

HERE'S OFFICIAL KCPD WORD OF RAMPANT FIGHTING AND GUNFIRE AMID SUPER BOWL CELEBRATION!!!

Drunks in the entertainment districts engaged in one slugfest after the next . . . Maybe not "serious" by local standards despite the fact that many people left teeth on the street . . . Here's our news highlight:

"The Kansas City Fire Department responded to 24 medical incidents during the event at Power and Light. The Westport entertainment district also was packed, and while there were several disturbances, none were serious.

"There were 163 reports of gunfire from 5:30 p.m. Feb. 2 to 1 a.m. Feb. 3. Police will be following up on these incidents as celebratory gunfire is extremely dangerous and illegal."

In fairness, check the full report . . .

KCPD: Police helped city safely celebrate Super Bowl victory

Developing . . .

6 comments:

The real facts said...

There were 163 reports of gunfire from 5:30 p.m. Feb. 2 to 1 a.m. Feb. 3.

On a normal day during these times we would have only had 158 reports of gunfire.

Anonymous said...

No followup

Just another empty KC promise.

Anonymous said...

How did shot spotter work for them? Follow up my ass! It was so much gunfire...unless they have a magic crystal ball provided the names and addresses where the gun fire came from, this is nothing but rhetoric. They'll be about as successful as they are at solving homicides.

Anonymous said...

Heard a couple bursts of celebratory gunfire two times in less then an hour over here near the marvelous and sophisticated Plaza in all that noise and chaos.

Anonymous said...

^^Good for you boomer.

Anonymous said...

"extremely dangerous"

Either something is dangerous or it's not