Judging only by stats, violent crime committed with firearms is a tragic endeavor mostly dominated by dudes.
However, lately we've noticed women at the forefront of Kansas City metro gun violence. For better and worse, desperate ladies are now taking up arms.
A couple of examples that might not be as glamorous as Rosie Jones & her hottie pal Stacey pictured above but strike far closer to home . . . Read more:
Kansas City woman charged following string of bank robberies -- Watkins entered the Central Bank on Feb. 1 and handed a bank teller a note that, according to court documents, read, "Hand over all the money, and I won't shoot." That day, Watkins escaped with a little more than $1,800. The following day, Watkins entered the Capitol Federal Saving branch and presented a similar note. This time the note read, "Hand me all the money, or I will shoot." Watkins left the bank with $971.
And then . . .
24-year-old woman charged in connection with Raytown homicide -- The victim had called police ad told them that his girlfriend had a gun and said, "She's trying to kill me." She told detectives that he told her not to shoot, but she fired one shot and he fell to the floor. He then said, "I'm dead. I'm dead."
Developing . . .