Tuesday, July 28, 2020

KANSAS CITY CRIME SCENE: HOMICIDE COUNT STANDS AT 110 AS CONTROVERSIAL OPERATION LEGEND ARRESTS RISE!!!



Tonight we take a glimpse at late night crime news . . . But first we update this town's worst stat:

The 2020 KCMO homicide spike maintains a 35% increase over last year with 110 murders recorded vs. only 81 YTD.

Meanwhile, here's a collection of headlines we're checking for the overnight . . .


Kansas City Roundup Report

Operation Legend nets more than 50 arrests

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - More than 50 arrests have been made in Kansas City, Missouri, as part of Operation Legend, the federal task force created to address violent crime. The United States Attorney's Office for the Western District of Missouri tweeted Tuesday night that the arrests were made in the past week.


Golden Ghetto Creeper Guilty

Shawnee youth soccer coach pleads guilty in child sex crime case

A youth soccer coach, Jason Cummins, has pleaded guilty to a sex crime involving a child. Cummins was charged with aggravated indecent liberties with a child. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 23. A youth soccer coach, Jason Cummins, has pleaded guilty to a sex crime involving a child.


Kansas City Shooting Doesn’t Stop For Political Debate

1 suffers life-threatening injury in Lister Avenue shooting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A late-night shooting on Tuesday sent one man to a hospital with life-threatening wounds. Police said the gunfire happened about 10:30 p.m. in the 3000 block of Lister Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. No information was immediately available on what led to the shooting.


Meth Town Double Take

'I shot your mom': Independence man charged with murdering his wife

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A 41-year-old man is now facing charges after allegedly shooting his wife to death in Independence. Ryan D. Smith has been charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in Jackson County, prosecutors say. Officers were called to a home near 36th Street and S.


Tragic Local Testimony

KC area woman recalls sexual abuse as child, offers hope for survivors

Elena Nanneman said she was just 7 years old when an elder in her church - a trusted family friend - began abusing her. She said it took years to come forward, but when she did, Sunflower House was there to tell her they believed her and it wasn't her fault.


Show-Me Crime Bill Missouri Conversation

More than a dozen testify in favor of Missouri crime bill with all of Parson's provisions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - During the second day of Missouri's Special Session on violent crime, Senators met Tuesday afternoon to discuss a bill with all six provisions the governor wants passed during the session. Twenty people stepped up to the microphone during a Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety committee hearing to testify for and against [...]


Kansas City Moving Targets

Group relocates 100 families in two years in partnership with prosecutor's office

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Only one-fifth of non-deadly shootings in Jackson County make it to the prosecutor's office. But there is some hope in a couple of newer programs that help people in real time. The AdHoc Group Against Crime's Fresh Start Program has relocated 100 families over the last two years to save their lives.


Local Defense Party Time

Online gala will raise money for Midwest Innocence Project

Hide Transcript Show Transcript THAT'S NEVER BEEN MORE IMPORTANT. EDUCATION. AND THEN THE OTHER IS A CELEBRATION. NFL HALL OF FAMER AND FORMER CHIEF'S LINEMAN WILL SHIELDS HOSTING FACES OF INNOCENCE EVENT. WILL SAYS IT'S SOMETHING THAT'S CLOSE TO HIS HARD.


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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

hits keep coming.

Too bad there isn't anybody protesting these deaths.

Vote KC said...

^^^

+100

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- WELCOME TO LUCASVILLE

Proven himself impotent on the homicide epidemic, Mayor Quagmire quickly pivoted to his best skill set...joining protestors and destroying KC's economy!!!

Anonymous said...

The Q is best talkin shit , not getting it accomplished. Does well aiding the enemy to our economy and our future.

Anonymous said...

Save our city!

Anonymous said...

Only in the ghetto ass mind is arresting murderers controversial, the normal 95% of the citizens in kc want these bastards in jail, for life. It’s sad to have to cater to “grown ass” people even when it comes to their people killing children and they know who’s doing it but they just sit there and smile about it, like it’s something to be proud of. Sad and sick.

Fat Reverand said...

Don't mess wit blunder boi. He needs git him a DC job whin dis ting over. he been on dat mane streem tv tellin' other cities how to do tings. He be hour hero. He prespires yung blak utters to follo in his feets seeps.

Anonymous said...

Now do police. What the hell have they been wasting 200million on every year???

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, in the major leagues, Baltimore has 191 murders and Chicago has 442. Chicago has 101 in July so far. St Louis is kicking our ass with 150. Our hood rats are inept and unmotivated.