Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Still Waiting For Answers After Woman Left Kansas City Police Station And Disappeared

Scary story from across the bridge and the long pause for tech help . . . Checkit:

Family of missing Kansas City woman 'in limbo' waiting for DNA test results

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's been nearly two months since Marina Bischoff vanished after she left the Kansas City Police Department's Shoal Creek Division on May 28. Marina was arrested for a DUI and leaving the scene of a crash the previous night. She left the Shoal Creek Division around 7 a.m.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Her BBF picked her up and well she is no longer around.

Anonymous said...

No, KCPD let her walk away from the station knowing she was extremely intoxicated. They did not ensure she was picked up by a responsible person. Can you say lawsuit?

Anonymous said...

KCPD screwed this up royally. This should be national headline making news. If they don't get sued for 10 million it will be a shock.

Anonymous said...

It sounds like she was intoxicated the previous night and released at 7 a.m. She should have been sober by then.

Anonymous said...

And it is not up to the police to say who may pick her up and who may not. She's an adult, and can decide that on her own.

Anonymous said...

Question her Pimp.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's always someone else's fault in PUSSY AMERICA 2020. Pussies likes above that are more worried about a lawsuit settlement than the subject. Keep it up low life.

greg said...

She was a non drinker. I think she had a mini stroke and didn't know what was going on. Alot of wreck victims wonder into fields and have to be hunted down, brain injury...

Anonymous said...

They aren't responsible for her drunken behavior.

Anonymous said...

How do you know she was a non drinker? Who the heck are you? Did YOU pick her up?

Anonymous said...

Nine months to check DNA on a corpse????? Backlog is horrendous. Yeah, defund law enforcement, and hopefully get results on rapes and murders in about four years. Need to spend those dollars on appeasing the BLMers and antifa scum to keep them happy.

Anonymous said...

1:12 - She was a non drinker. Her brother from texas has been on the news often. He stated she is a non-drinker. Never drinks, doesnt go to bars. Its possible she had a mental issue as he said she was depressed and could have been on depression meds. Or someone could have slipped a date rape drug into a drink and made her appear drunk. Will the police release the dui alcohol % of her test? It looks like after she hit a pole she left her keys and phone by the wreck, was going to walk home, then came back to the wreck and was arrested. They found her phone and keys before she walked back. Who leaves keys and phone? She was not thinking right. But her brother and all other relatives said she never drinks. (of course there is also the 1st time you take a drink). Who knows?

Anonymous said...

Obviously nobody picked her up. If you look at a map (if it was her) then she tried to walk from the police station to her house and in between was the creek. There is no road in the creek, she had to walk there right? She could have fallen or passed out or had a medical condition. Whenever anyone goes missing the 1st place to look is ALWAYS the nearest creek, pond, lake or drainage culvert. I dont know how many times an elderly person goes missing and much later they find them in water. ALWAYS search the nearest body of water for a missing person, them spread the search out over land. Water first, land second. It will save lives.

Anonymous said...

You are so sadly mistaken...

Anonymous said...

Mistaken about what? I dont think anyone knows what happened? So how can you shoot down a person's theory?