Monday, May 04, 2020

KANSAS CITY 2020 HOMICIDE #51: MURDER INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY AFTER MAN SHOT DEAD NEAR RIVER MARKET!!!



Compared to 47 murders at this time last year, the pace of local killing continues despite Coronavirus . . .

KCTV5: Officers were called to East 3rd Street just east of Oak Street before 5:30 p.m. Monday. When they arrived on the scene, they located an adult deceased male.

More:

Fox4: Police investigating after man shot and killed in River Market

Note, more deets about the deadly River Market DISTRICT gunfire . . .

"The incident was reported just before 5:30 near East 3rd and Oak Street outside the Cold Storage Lofts. At the scene officers found an adult man dead from an apparent gunshot wound. His name has not been released."

Developing . . .

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonder if the unfortunate victim was a Hipster or Geezer.

Anonymous said...

Is the mafia back?

Anonymous said...

We have one more murder than St Louis. Maybe we can beat them this year.

Anonymous said...

This would not happen if Caddyshack was open.

Anonymous said...


What is Quinton Lucas doing for the city? NOTHING, as a matter of fact things have gotten worse. Lucas is a failure, our city is failing, and Lucas has no guts and no brains. I think he wants to take the city down.

Anonymous said...

Was actually thinking of taking my family to caddyshack sometime. Heard it is great pizza. Not so much after a shooting in broad daylight. Seems like the old days again. Guess KCMO hasn't turned the corner. We'll just stay in the golden ghetto.

Anonymous said...

7:02.. yes, at the Red Door. Where is the Kaw River Oil drum ?

Anonymous said...

A body found near the Cold Storage Lofts?
You really can't make this stuff up!

Anonymous said...

Go TKC Diaper Squad go! You guys need to get in the Mystery Machine and get this solved before the Matlock Marathon this afternoon!

Anonymous said...

Sure you can. How close was it ? 2 blocks ? 2 Miles ? BTW- KC mob tended to leave bodies in car trunks or oil barrels. Not cold storage. the 1970's were great.

Anonymous said...

^^Go back there then. Please.