Front line insight on the KCMO murder count of reveals a bit of frustration from law enforcement. More importantly, the truly unprecedented murder spike and authorities adjusting to deadly, local violence trending upward.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Though the pace of homicides and non-fatal shootings has slowed since the summer, Kansas City, Missouri, police said that's "still not good enough." Speaking Sunday night at the scene of the city's 171st homicide , KCPD Spokesperson Sgt. Jake Becchina said the city's current number of homicides is more than the department ever considered.