Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Kansas City Crime Scene: Cold Case Youngster Murder Charged, Police Shift Crowd Control Strategy And Newsies Investigate '911 Is A Joke' Complaints

Today's roundup of crime news considers the latest allegations from the courthouse along with attempts from po-po to improve their image whilst newsies field more community concern.

Tragic Kansas City Cold Case Now Charged

Murder charges filed in 2017 shooting of Kansas City 3-year-old who was killed in his car seat

Nearly four years after he was fatally shot, murder charges have been filed in the homicide of 3-year-old Marcus Haislip III. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon and two first-degree assault charges have been filed against Derrick D.


Zoom Chat Seeks Solutions

Gun Violence in Missouri: Seeking Solutions (February 2021)

The first digital program of the year in our series 'Gun Violence in Missouri: Seeking Solutions', will focus on public health solutions to gun violence across the state of Missouri.


Search Concludes In Tragedy

Human remains found in Clay County identified as missing woman from Independence

The Clay County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday it has identified human remains found late last week in a rural part of the county.Authorities said the remains were found near Cameron and Easley roads and they belong to 45-year-old Alesha Jane Reade of Independence, Missouri.Police said Reade was last seen on Feb.


More Deets On New Policies For P0-Po Confronted With ‘Mostly Peaceful’ Kansas City Rioters

KCPD proposes nixing 'less-lethal' crowd control measures

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department has proposed no longer use "less-lethal weapons, munitions, or chemical agents" to disperse or control crowds, according to a draft document presented Tuesday to the KCPD Board of Police Commissioners.


Local Search For Answers & Justice After Homicide

"It was just so unbelievable" victim's mom said as police look for woman who may have answers in metro homicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police are looking for a woman they believe holds the key to a metro homicide case. Someone shot and killed 24 year-old Kashawn Haskell April 29, 2020. Police found her body next to a vehicle in a parking lot near East 82nd Street and Troost Avenue.


Show-Me Suspect Creeper Charged With Horrific Misdeeds

Missouri man charged with sexually assaulting girls after lengthy investigation

ST. CLAIR, Mo. (KMOV.com) - A Missouri man is accused of sexually assaulting two girls in St. Clair, Missouri. The afternoon of Jan. 21, 2020 officers were called to a mobile home in the 300 block of E. Springfield Road for a report of a man sexually assaulting two girls.


Kansas City Newsies Talk Emergency Response

Report your 911 concerns to KCTV5 News

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- KCTV5 News will be investigating your concerns when it comes to 911. We are looking at the hold times people encounter when calling for help in Kansas City, Missouri. We will have a special report Thursday at 10 p.m. on the hold times for the entire 2020 calendar year.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

'Gun Violence'. Those dang guns.

Tab said...

Peaceful protest? I thought it was now called insugency. The Gov needs to call out the NG and put up the barbed wire, just like Biden ans Pelosi

Worthless Subhuman Lives Matter said...

And yet, nothing about the local White lady who's rental house was riddled with bullets when her renters (guess the race) had a birthday party. The story and graphic video made it to Vidmax. Weird.