Monday, August 17, 2020

KANSAS CITY CRIME SCENE: LOCALS SPEAK UP FOR OPERATION LEGEND!!!



Tonight, this roundup of community news, police action and reports of violence offers an update on a controversial crackdown that sparked debate from both conservatives and progressive jockeying for political power amid a historic spike in local violence.


Kansas City Seeks Justice

Families, victims who've seen offenders charged speak out in support of Operation: LeGend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Families and victims touched by Operation LeGend are speaking out. On Monday, they said they're grateful for the federal agents in Kansas City helping local police solve crimes and bring closure. Chautill Wallace, the mother of Chieynne Wallace, is asking people to stop fighting with each other and find a way [...]


Desperately Seeking Plan To Solve Longstanding Problem

WATCH: Violent crime victims step forward to discuss how to combat crime in future in Kansas City

WATCH: Violent crime victims step forward to discuss how to combat crime in future in Kansas City Police said these are the types of crimes that Operation LeGend is working to solve and combat in the future After a violent summer in Kansas City, victims and family members from crimes such as murders, shootings and armed robberies are stepping forward to share their experiences.


Kansas City Testimony

Families, victims of historic KCMO violence share their experiences

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the Kansas City metro continues to see a historic year in violence, the families of a homicide victim and a robbery victim gathered with Kansas City police to share their experiences on Monday. The parents of Chieyenne Wallis shared how their daughter's death has changed their lives.


Midtown Stabbing Postscript

Police: Man stabbed to death after reporting homeless individual in apartment laundry room

A 39-year-old Kansas City, Missouri, man has been charged with second-degree murder after reportedly stabbing the man who called to report him to police.Officers were called to an apartment near Linwood and Benton Boulevard on July 31 to investigate a reported stabbing.


Suspect Kansas City Lady Killer D-Day Moved Up

Kylr Yust case moves closer to new trial date

A man accused of killing two women nearly a decade apart is getting closer to a trial date, however, multiple issues remain with the case.Kylr Yust is accused of killing Jessica Runions in 2016 and Kara Kopetsky in 2007. Both of their remains were found on the same Cass County farm early in 2017.


Meth Town Deals With Drama

Police: Woman shot, killed in Independence during domestic disturbance

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- A woman was shot and killed Sunday during a domestic disturbance. Officers were called about 9:40 p.m. to the 2600 block of South Arlington Avenue. When they arrived on scene, they found a woman dead inside the home who had been shot.


Kansas City Offers Cash Incentive Against Crime Spike

FBI increases reward for fugitive wanted in Operation LeGend case

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The FBI has increased a reward for information leading to the arrest of a federal fugitive being sought by agents as part of Operation LeGend. The reward now stands at $25,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of 30-year-old Cory Brown, also known as "Twin."


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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

need a more holistic approach. This isn't really about an argument between community and police. It has more to do with courts and judges who don't do their job. Nobody is going to advocate for violent people who get off with a slap on the wrist, that should be the next phase of the crime crackdown. All voters should get a better look at the judges letting criminals back on the streets.

Renzi said...

^^^

Informed voters?

That would be nice but doesn't really happen in Kansas City at all.

Anonymous said...

Isn't there an unsolved case of a sleeping child being shot here in town in the last year or so ?

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Anonymous said...


Really? I thought Quinton Lucas and BLM was against feds helping the police solve crimes. The fighting is never going to stop as a matter of fact it's going to get worse or I should say it has gotten worse.

Anonymous said...

“Families and victims touched by Operation LeGend are speaking out. On Monday, they said they're grateful for the federal agents in Kansas City helping local police solve crimes and bring closure.”

Ouch, it’s working great for the victims families and bald man bad, Petersucker and the judges are looking like the fools they are. Will multiple personality lying scum qball try and steal all the credit? How will he explain Trumps great success on national tv now?

Anonymous said...

Yes. His name is Brian Bartlett. He was 8 years old. There are people who know who did this. Speak up, do the right thing, and bring some justice to this child's family.

Anonymous said...

You're not telling the truth. Dems across the country, STL and KC, have been very explicit about wanting to keep violent convicts on the streets.

KC and STL cried like stuck pigs when probation was taken away for killers.

They cried like children when the Feds came to serve warrants.

Please don't gas light us.

Anonymous said...

But Democrats profit from the Combat Tax.

Why would they want killers to receive justice if it means reducing they cash flow?