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JACKSON COUNTY, Mo. - The suspect in a Friday night fatal shooting in an unincorporated part of Jackson County, MO has been located and surrendered, Jackson County Sheriff's Office says. Sarah Devera, 27, was identified as a suspect in the shooting death of an unidentified victim.
Tragic Rock Chalk Double Murder Update
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - UPDATE: February 14, 10:30 a.m. | The Douglas County Sheriff's Department says another one of the adult males injured in the shooting died overnight from apparent gunshot wounds. The identity of the two killed will not be released until next of kin is notified.
Kansas City Deadly Domestic Drama Mugshot Aftermath
KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) - A woman has been arrested and charged in the shooting death earlier this week of a man inside a Kansas City home, authorities said. Marvina Stemmons, 30, has been charged in Jackson County with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the Sunday shooting death of 48-year-old Charles Harris.
Local Working-Class Killing Testimony
PARKVILLE, Mo. - Parkville police are on their second day of an investigation into a double homicide that started because of a dispute over firewood. The shooting happened around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday right off 9 Highway near Park University. According to police, the dispute started in the Hidden Valley subdivision west of Parkville.
Northland Murder Search
The Clay County Sheriff's Office said it is investigating after human remains were found in a rural part of the county.Authorities said the remains were found near Cameron and Easley roads.
Golden Ghetto Scams Cost BIG BUCKS To Taxpayers
Nearly $1 Million In Fraudulent Pandemic Relief Loans Leave Johnson County Victims Searching For Answers
In September, Suzanne Sanders received a notice in the mail. It said she needed to start paying back a $9,100 coronavirus relief loan to the federal Small Business Administration (SBA) by August 2021. The notice went on to say the loan had gone to support her small business: Suzanne Sanders Farm.
Show-Me Desperate Need For Pandemic Old School Protections
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - By the time a nursing home sent a 69-year-old Harrisonville man to the hospital, his body was covered with gaping bedsores. One was so bad, maggots were found inside. He died not long afterward. His family has filed suit, accusing the nursing home of negligence.
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