Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Kansas City Crime Scene: Violence & Po-Po Pushback Trending Ahead Of Spring

In this post we share quite a few local links that offer a glimpse of the real world culture war impact on local streets wherein politics played out amongst the plebs often holds devastating consequences.

Check-it . . .

Kansas City South Side Gunfight Aftermath Roundup

More than 100 shell casings recovered in investigation following shooting, brawl at south KC club

Kansas City, Missouri, police have recovered more than 100 shell casings after a shooting and several large fights at a south KC club early Sunday. In all, three different departments had to respond to the scene at the Rendezvous Lounge around 3 a.m. Sunday in the 11800 block of Blue Ridge Boulevard.


Criminal Class Supplied

ATF investigating 42 guns stolen from Kansas City pawn shop, gear from KCPD squad car

Federal agents are investigating the burglary of several dozen firearms from an area pawn shop, as well as the theft of police-issued gear recently stolen from a Kansas City Police Department squad car, according to federal court documents.


Rock Chalk Rape Fight

Albert Wilson, former KU student convicted of rape, gets new trial

LAWRENCE, Kan. - A Douglas County judge has ordered a new trial for 25-year-old Albert Wilson, a former University of Kansas student convicted of rape. Wilson was a 20 years old when he was accused of raping a then 17-year-old girl in Lawrence he met at a bar.


Po-Po Roll With New Wheels Crafted In Kansas City Metro

Take a look at the new 2021 F-150 Police Responder, built at Ford Claycomo

What'cha gonna do when they come for you in this beast?Ford Motor Company just revealed the new 2021 F-150 Police Responder. This truck-turned-police cruiser is built exclusively at Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo.The F-150 Police Responder was first debuted back in 2018; however, it's getting special upgrades with the 2021 model.Ford said it's being built on the 2021 F-150 SuperCrew platform and is America's only pursuit-rated pickup truck.


KCPD End Confrontation Peacefully

Man taken into custody following afternoon standoff in KC

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A standoff ended peacefully and a man with a warrant out for his arrest was taken into custody on Tuesday. According to the police department, detectives went to the 7900 block of Euclid around 2 p.m. to check if a person wanted in an arrest warrant was at a residence there.


Show-Me Thousands Of Deadbeat Daddies

Audio: Missouri Public Defender System handles about 6,000 child support criminal cases annually

Missouri law makes it a crime when a parent fails to pay child support. The Missouri Public Defender System handles roughly 6,000 of these cases annually. During a House Budget Committee hearing, System Director Mary Fox says handling those cases in civil court, instead of criminal court, could have a significant financial impact on her [...]


Kansas City Juxtaposition: Rural Missouri Crime Spikes

Crime is Up in Southeast Missouri...Not in Missouri Big Cities | My Mo Info

(Jefferson City) A Missouri judge has ruled that putting individuals on a waiting list to get a public defender violates state and federal law.


Follow-Up On Kansas State Senate Honcho DUI Hot Mess

Republican Majority Leader of Kansas Senate Arrested on Suspicion of DUI After Driving the Wrong Way on an Interstate

According to publicly available jail records, Suellentrop was booked at 3:55 a.m. on charges of driving under the influence, attempting to flee or evade law enforcement, speeding, and crossing a divided highway. He was booked into the Shawnee County Jail on $1,000 bond and scheduled for a court appearance Tuesday morning.


Advocacy Persists After Exoneration

Federal Prosecutor Removed From Criminal Cases After DOJ Report Criticizes Conduct

The assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted Lamonte McIntyre for a crime he did not commit is no longer handling criminal cases. Federal court records show that since last week, Terra Morehead has been removed from more than 20 criminal cases and that those cases have been reassigned to other prosecutors.


Golden Ghetto Old School Looting Allegations

Necklace stolen from 80-year-old grandmother with dementia, family says

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - An Overland Park family is looking for a necklace they believe was taken from their 80-year-old grandmother who has dementia. But others suggest that it may have been lost, and the main witness can't tell anyone what happened. "She's a firecracker," Diana Wilson said of her mom, Anita Higginbotham.


Tribute After Midtown Tragedy

Family of woman killed in KCMO drag race launches foundation in her honor

Police say a driver racing another car hit and killed Zahara Kathawalla in Kansas City, Missouri, last June. Her parents have now launched a foundation to keep her memory alive as city leaders discuss an ordinance to curb drag racing and other sideshows.


KCK Fam Fights For Justice

'I'll never forget her': Family of good Samaritan killed in KCK crash wants justice served

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A Kansas City, Kansas, family said they want justice served after their loved one was killed Sunday morning. Fifty-eight-year-old Cynthia "Cindy" Goulding was identified as the good Samaritan killed after two separate crashes. Goulding's husband said Cynthia was the glue to the family, and whoever is responsible for her death doesn't [...]

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just look at whose in the Jackson County Jail if you want to see a lot of "Deadbeat Daddies"

Anonymous said...

^^How would you know Maude? You go down there a lot looing for BBC?

Anonymous said...

the way to possibly find out if the necklace was stolen is to walk around the hallways and observe employees actions. long story short, what you're looking for is the individual{s} who act differently than the rest. most will act the same - watch the one who just isn't quite there.

it's fishing season, shouldn't be to hard to figure out.

Anonymous said...

2:16 is so fucking clueless. Probably a deadbeat dad.

Anonymous said...

No you can see them all on the website custody list duh!