Thursday, July 09, 2020

Kansas Crime Scene: Feds Cracking Down Against Local History Of Deadly Violence



The photo above features the old KCMO police HQ from more than 100 years ago.

After the jump we document the continued impact of local court cases, police action and crime that has now reached an all-time high . . .


Crackdown Debated

Operation Legend receives mixed reaction in KC

In the coming days, around 100 federal agents will arrive in Kansas City, Missouri, as part of Operation Legend, a program aimed at helping the Kansas City Police Department in fighting violent crime and solving homicides. Some anti-violence advocates are weary of the new program.


Crime Costs Local Biz

Kansas City businesses consider private security patrols after 'disappointing' police response

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Automotive business owners in south Kansas City say they're frustrated by thieves repeatedly targeting their properties. Mike Lane has operated the Auto Donation Center in Hickman Mills for nearly 20 years.Early Tuesday morning his surveillance cameras captured video of a would-be thief climbing over a barbed wire fence from within his secured lot to escape Kansas City police.


Kansas City Police Investigate Tragic Discovery On The Nicer Side Of The Bridge

KCPD: More human remains found along Shoal Creek; testing could take 3-6 months

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police say it may take three to six months to receive test results from human remains found along the banks of Shoal Creek in the Northland. The remains were first discovered by a 10-year-old boy on Sunday.


High Flying KCPD Control

Kansas City police could soon have KCI under its jurisdiction

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City police could soon have the Kansas City International Airport under its jurisdiction. The idea has been tossed around in City Hall for more than a decade. Now, some council members want the city manager develop a plan to make it happen.


More Local Backup

U.S. Marshals Service to support Operation Legend in KCMO

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The U.S. Marshals Service will deploy additional deputy marshals to assist with a new anti-violence initiative in Kansas City, Missouri, with an emphasis on arresting those on the city's most-wanted list. Mark James, U.S. Marshal of the Western District of Missouri, said Thursday that the U.S.


JoCo Creeper Charge

Months after stalking charge, man now accused of murdering Olathe woman during burglary

OLATHE, Kan. - A 42-year-old man charged with stalking an Olathe woman just months ago has now been charged with her murder. Clyde J. Barnes Jr. has been charged Thursday with premeditated first-degree murder and several other charges in the death of 42-year-old Jessica Smith.


KC Creeper Wanted, Too

Wanted: James Young

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- James Young is wanted on a Missouri parole violation warrant for sex offender registration violation. He is also wanted on a Jackson County, Missouri, failure to appear in court warrant for burglary. His original sex offense occurred during 2009 in Independence and involved sexual misconduct with a 17-year-old girl.


Con Man Appeals EPIC Fine

Kansas City payday loan tycoon to argue his billion-dollar fine to U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear an appeal by Kansas City payday loan tycoon Scott Tucker that challenges the Federal Trade Commission's authority to demand restitution, as the agency did in his case when it obtained a $1.3 billion order against him.


Meth Town Cop Bravely Dodges Porch Pirate Attack

Independence Police Department officer nearly ran over by suspects wanted for stealing packages

The Independence Police Department shared a video Thursday of a driver nearly running over an officer during a traffic stop in the parking lot of a QuikTrip.Police said the incident began when officers located a vehicle and occupants that matched the description of suspects wanted for stealing packages from front porches in Independence.Police said a pursuit of the vehicle occurred, but the officers discontinued for safety reasons and the suspects were not located.Police said the officer in the video was not injured.IPD is asking for anybody with information about the location of the vehicle to call 816-325-777 or email leads@indepmo.org.


Developing . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

When the blacks start going to jail you need to remember one thing, your black mayor asked for this to happen. This ain’t whiteys fault so suck it!

Anonymous said...

^^^ drunk meth whore

Anonymous said...


Yes crime has reached an all time high and we aren't putting up with it anymore. We screamed and the Gov listened. Quinton Lucas and the chief of police need to go to jail something isn't right about those riots and the release of the people who robbed stores. Can't tell anyone that they didn't know about it and the delivery of bricks! THEY KNEW!!!!!

Byron Funkhouser said...

You haven't broken the murder record, so crime isn't at an "all time high".

Your mayor, & police chief, do NOT need to go to jail.

But, by all means, please vent harmlessly on this blog.

Anonymous said...

@7:40 is partly right.
Lucas wanted the governor to call a special session of the legislature so that the mayor could try to once again deflect blame for the violence and murders in KCMO. That approach would be expensive for the taxpayers, completely miss the point, and accomplish nothing.
Parson played Lucas like a cheap fiddle and went to the feds. In fact he talked to Trump in person at the White House.
The boy mayor now is desperately trying to explain to the "leaders" in the black community how he could ever let this happen. The feds' arrival changes the narrative from social services and blaming others to where it belongs and might actually have a positive effect.
Lucas loses both ways.
It's a shame KCMO can't attract any adults to run for political office.

Anonymous said...

^^or comment on local blogs. Pity.