Monday, September 07, 2020

Kansas City Family Shares Cold Case Hope

A glimpse at the long-term impact of local homicides on families, friends and entire communities. Still, there's a hope for justice and that eventually witnesses will come forward.

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Family of KC homicide victim seeks justice 3 years later

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The family of Kendrick Anderson gathered at Coleman Park in Raytown, Missouri, Sunday to celebrate what would've been Anderson's 31st birthday. Anderson died two days before his 28th birthday on Sept. 4, 2017, in Kansas City, Missouri. Police have not arrested anyone for the death, which they ruled a homicide.


Anonymous said...

His family really cared.

Anonymous said...

Supoena the guy that was in the car. If he doesnt respond, arrest him for contempt of court and subverting legal process. Thats the way to get cooperation!