In this compilation we focus mostly on reaction to the Donnie Sanders deadly police shooting and the decision from the prosecutor to forgo prosecution.
Here's today's top crime scene story . . .
The debate threatens to persist amid continued criticism against police leadership.
Meanwhile, KCPD has admitted difficulty keeping up with the pace of local violence as this week it took days to name the victims after a spate of murders.
Also included in this compilation are a few odd stories that remind us that the Midwest can, indeed, be a dangerous place:Counting KCMO Dead
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Police have released the names of the victims killed in three separate homicides, all taking place before noon on Sunday morning. The first homicide Sunday was reported just before 4 a.m. in the area of East 12th Street and Grand Boulevard.
Community Push Back
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Charges not being filed in situations where a police officer shoots and kills a Black man happens "all too often," according to one Kansas City, Missouri, advocacy group. As such, Damon Daniel, president of the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime, said he wasn't surprised to hear the same happened in relation to the March 2020 shooting death of Donnie Sanders.
Friends & Family Continue Fight For Accountability
'Whatever it takes': Family of Donnie Sanders has demands for prosecutor, KCPD after officer not charged
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The family of Donnie Sanders, who was shot and killed by a Kansas City police officer last March, have announced a list of demands after the prosecutor's decision not to file charges against the officer. Jackson Country Prosecutor Jean Peters Bakers said Monday there was not enough evidence to charge the officer.
KCPD Shares Shooting Policy
Following the announcement that charges wouldn't be filed against the Kansas City, Missouri, police officer who shot and killed a 47-year-old man - and questions from his family - a department spokesperson discussed training and protocolwith 41 Action News.
Legacy Of Gunfire Tragedy Haunts Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City is in the national spotlight after no charges were announced in the police shooting of an unarmed Black man. More families are speaking out in solidarity with the family of Donnie Sanders and their new push for answers from the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office.
Horrific Deets Exposed After Father Killed Family
WARSAW, Mo. - A southwest Missouri man and his two young sons, whose bodies were found on Monday , died from gunshot wounds, authorities said Friday. The Jackson County Medical Examiner's Office ruled 3-year-old Mayson Peak and 4-year-old Kaiden Peak were shot to death, and their father, Darrell Peak, shot himself, Missouri State Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt.
Kansas City Chiefs Postseason Crash Follow-Up Outrage
Family of Child Injured In Car Crash With Former Chiefs Coach Seeking 'Most Serious Charges' | Oxygen Official Site
He is no longer employed by the team after his contract was not renewed, the Associated Press reported. Crime Time is your destination for true crime stories from around the world, breaking crime news, and information about Oxygen's original true crime shows and documentaries.
Missouri Lady Mugshot Exposed Amid Sordid Murder Charges
by: Chris Six Posted: / Updated: CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo. - A Lake Ozark real estate agent has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder. According to a news release from Camden County Prosecuting Attorney J.
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Amy Natasha Wilhite, 39, was booked on drugs charges and taken into custody at the Boone County Jail on February 14 She underwent a 'thorough' pat down and strip search; officers did not find any weapons in her possession However, on Wednesday, prison guards uncovered a mini revolver in Wilhite's
Weed Vote Coming Soon?!?
Could recreational marijuana become legal in Missouri? There are several efforts in the works to make it happen from legislation to petitions, but not everyone is on board. KMBC 9 looks at both sides of the issue and when voters could have a say. Running a medical marijuana dispensary is more than a full-time job.
KC Crime Fight Progress
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Greater Kansas City CrimeStoppers hit a new milestone Tuesday, contributing to the resolution of the 20th homicide case since increasing tip rewards in 2019. CrimeStoppers said in a tweet that the case was the 662nd solved since the organization began in 1982. Great news!!
Police Need Help Locating Old School Dude
SOURCE: KCPD The Kansas City Police Department is asking for the public's help locating a missing and endangered 59-year-old man.Police said Donald Gappa was last seen walking Friday near the intersection of E. 35th Street and Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd.Gappa was last seen wearing dark colored clothing.Police said Gappa has medical conditions that require medications.
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