Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Kansas City Crime Scene Amid Cont'd Record-Breaking Murder Count Pace

For our most dedicated denizens of the local discourse, tonight we collect police reports, mugshot stories and ALLEGATIONS of misdeeds from across the metro as the KCMO homicide count officially stands at a record-breaking pace anywhere from 79 to 81 depending on who you're asking . . . Checkit . . .

More Deets On Today’s Courthouse Protest Confronting Jackson County Prosecutor

KC Freedom Project calls out Jackson County prosecutor for failure to hold police accountable

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The KC Freedom Project hosted a rally Wednesday morning outside the Jackson County Courthouse to raise awareness of prosecuting attorneys' role in affecting change - or maintaining the status quo - within the criminal justice system.

Young Bad Hombre Now Serving Hard Time After Murder

17-year-old man sentenced to 17 years in prison from a 2019 murder, wounding of two others

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A 17-year-old man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for the murder of Fernando Perez and the wounding of two others in a January 2019 shooting. According to Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker, Angel Perea was earlier certified by family court to stand trial in Jackson County as an adult.

Show-Me Heroin Dealer Convicted After OD

Oak Grove man sentenced for selling fatal heroin overdose

A 35-year-old Oak Grove man, Joshua A. Leroux, was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in jail for distributing heroin that led to an Arizona man's death. The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri announced Leroux will serve his time in federal prison without the possibility of parole.

Kansas City Hobo Camp Double Murder Suspect Convicted

Man convicted of two 2004 killings at KC homeless camp charged in new case

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Jackson County prosecutor is accusing a man already in jail for the killing of two men in 2004 at a Kansas City homeless camp with charges of another murder. Michael J. Gullett, 64, now faces a charge of second-degree murder in the deadly beating of Steven Cassidy, whose remains were not identified until 2008.

Charges After KC Killing

26-year-old Kansas City man charged in deadly shooting near 41st and Troost

A 26-year-old Kansas City man has been charged in the fatal shooting of Matthew Cox Sunday outside an apartment near 41st and Troost Avenue, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said. Khalid Heron-Boone faces a second-degree murder charge, a first-degree robbery charge and two counts of armed criminal action.According to court records, the Kansas City Police Department responded to the area of 41st and Troost Avenue on Sunday and found Cox with gunshot wounds in the chest.

Golden Ghetto Creeper Going To Jail For Quite Some Time

53-year-old sentenced to 265 months on sexual abuse charges

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A 53-year-old man has been sentenced to 265 months in prison after being convicted on three sexual abuse charges in Johnson County. Roger Dean Schimmel was found guilty April 28 on one charge of rape of a child and two charges of aggravated indecent liberties with a child, according to Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe.

KCK Car Crook Clip Shared Amid Small Biz Frustration

Catalytic converter thief hits KCK family owned business Tuesday morning

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - The owner of a family owned business in KCK wants to warn other car lot owners to be on the lookout for catalytic converter thieves. It's an all too common and frustrating crime. Thieves slide underneath vehicles to make quick cuts to steal catalytic converters.

Pitch Shares Rage Against Internets Television

The time has come to cancel 'copaganda' television, and it is long overdue

The death of George Floyd has sparked nationwide protests. It has forced a conversation that was 400 years in the making, regarding systemic racism, and how we as a country can move beyond it. More than 70% of Americans believe that what happened to Floyd is not only wrong, but certainly not an isolated incident.

Sleeze Scummit Shots Fired

Lee's Summit police investigate shots fired at a Burger King

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lee's Summit police are investigating after shell casings were found Wednesday in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant. A citizen reported hearing shots fired to an LSPD officer who was on patrol around 3:20 p.m. in the 800 block of Northeast Woods Chapel Road.

Senator Hawley Cracks Down On Defunding Legislation

Senator Hawley opposes any effort to defund police departments

The effort to defund police departments is getting swift condemnation by elected officials. Former Vice President Joe Biden says that would be a big mistake, although changes do need to be made to police policies. Missouri U.S. Senator Josh Hawley also reacted to the movement to abolish police departments when he spoke with Fox's John Brown.

Guv Parson Against Police Defunding Movement

Gov. Parson not in favor of defunding Missouri law enforcement agencies

Protests in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis are ongoing. During some of those protests, communities and citizens have proposed defunding police departments. Missouri Governor Mike Parson said he is not in favor of defunding or dismantling law enforcement agencies.

Demanding Po-Po Reform Just In Time For Campaign Season

Dems locking down votes on police reform

"What we saw in Minnesota - the slow, tortuous murder of George Floyd by a uniformed officer - was an outrage and a tragedy. What we have seen since then - millions of Americans marching in the streets to demand justice and call for reforms - it has been an inspiration," Bass said.

TV Tradition Kaput

'Cops,' on air for 33 seasons, dropped by Paramount Network amid protests against police brutality

After 33 seasons on the air, "Cops" has been dropped by the Paramount Network as protests against police proliferate around the world."Cops is not on the Paramount Network and we don't have any current or future plans for it to return," a spokesperson for the cable channel said in a statement Tuesday.The show had been pulled temporarily from the air in late May, when protests aimed at police over the death of George Floyd began to gain momentum.

Kansas City Search Continues For Missing Hospital Worker

Clues come up in search of missing KC social worker

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A search party finds some clues in the disappearance of a metro woman, but what they found also brings up new questions. According to someone on the search team, they found Marina Bischoff's phone and keys. A search team, made up of community members, police and a private investigator [...]

Show-Me Consequences For Missouri Police Car Crash

Florissant officer fired after video shows him hitting unarmed man with vehicle

FLORISSANT, Mo. ( - Florissant Police Chief Timothy Fagan on Wednesday announced the termination of an officer involved in a now-viral violent arrest that was caught on camera. Detective Joshua Smith's firing comes more than a week after doorbell video showed the officer in an unmarked police vehicle strike an unarmed man and then taking him to the ground.

Police Report Shawnee Tragedy

20-year-old man drowns while swimming in private Shawnee pond

SHAWNEE, KS (KCTV) - Police say a 20-year-old man drowned while swimming in a pond on Sunday. Just before 3:30 p.m., authorities were called to a pond on private property in the 6300 block of Lind Road for a reported drowning.

Supporters Of Donnie Sanders Speak Out Amid Civil Unrest

'It happens here, too': Family of KC man killed by police still waiting for answers, seeking justice

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The local case of Donnie Sanders, who was shot and killed by a KCPD police officer in March 2020, is gaining new attention. His family is speaking out against police brutality while seeking justice of their own.

Kansas City Church Needs Help After Sanctuary Robbed

Members of small KC church try to raise funds for deductible after burglary

Revival of Hope Ministries sits on the corner of Anderson and White avenues. It's normally a place of worship. It's now become a crime scene.Thieves broke in a back door, stripping the sanctuary of speakers, electronics, all the A/V equipment and a music keyboard.But church leaders say the most painful part was seeing the late senior pastor's office targeted.

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Anonymous said...

"A 17-year-old man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for the murder of Fernando Perez and the wounding of two others in a January 2019 shooting. "

"A 35-year-old Oak Grove man, Joshua A. Leroux, was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in jail for distributing heroin that led to an Arizona man's death. "



A guy can shoot and kill someone while wounding two others and get 17 years in jail
Another guy sells high grade heroin to someone who over did it and gets 20 years in jail


Anonymous said...

Money sweetheart.

Anonymous said...

20 years is excessive. forgot to mention all the folks at pharmaceutical companies that do not go to jail when folks OD on their drugs.