Saturday, March 21, 2020
KANSAS CITY 2020 HOMICIDE #34: MAN SHOT & KILLED OVERNIGHT AS CORONAVIRUS CRACKDOWN THREATENS TO SPARK MORE DOMESTIC DRAMA!!!
Over the past few days we've noticed a decline in the murder count. The streak didn't hold after a busy Friday night resulted in the latest shooting . . . Checkit:
KSHB: Kansas City Police were called to a homicide late Friday night. Officers found a man shot inside a home in the 5500 block of East 101st Terrace just after 11:00 p.m
Here's the important line . . .
"Police were told the man had been involved in an argument before the shooting. A subject of interest is in custody."
For those of us who follow the local murder count, we notice that weekend killings are MOSTLY comprised of street fights among strangers, robberies, confrontations or tragic instances where a person was simply at the wrong place at the time.
Sure, deadly domestic drama isn't anything new . . . But over the new few days and weeks there is no denying the potential for conflict as people are stuck together on close quarters.
This is the 34th homicide so far this year compared to 31 at this time last year.
Developing . . .