Kansas City Crime Scene Endures Despite Defund Effort

Right now we take a quick look at local crime news, police action and tragic mugshots in order to remind our readers of the very real danger this community confronts whilst politicos are slap fighting over cash.

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Kansas City G-Man Suffers Homework Snafu

Kansas City FBI employee accused of storing classified documents at home

WASHINGTON (AP) - An FBI employee has been indicted on charges that she stored classified documents and other national security information at home over the course of more than a decade, the Justice Department said Friday.

Tragic Northland Beat Down After Goo Deeds

Good Samaritan brutally beaten after stopping to help stranded driver on I-35 in Clay County

DAVIESS COUNTY, Mo. - A northwest Missouri man is grateful to be alive after surviving a violent attack in Clay County. He was trying to be a good Samaritan, stopping to help a stranded driver. FOX4 spoke exclusively with the victim about the horrifying ordeal and his frustrations with what's happened since.

Capture After Old School Killing In The Dotte

Kansas City, Kansas man arrested in 38-year-old southeast Texas slaying

CONROE, Texas (AP) - A 75-year-old Kansas City, Kansas, man has been arrested on a murder warrant in a nearly four decade old homicide in southeast Texas. Thomas Elvin Darnell was taken to the Montgomery County jail Thursday after being arrested Monday in Kansas on a murder warrant for the 1983 death of Laura Purchase, according to Montgomery County Sheriff's Lt.

Family Informs On Suspected Kansas Tech Creeper

Kansas man faces 155 child pornography charges

EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) - A Chase County man is jailed on 155 counts of sexual exploitation of a child after child pornography was found at his home, authorities said. Leland Zachariah Taylor, 71, of Cedar Point, was arrested May 8 after Chase County Sheriff's deputies were called to his home.

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After delayed response, family desperately worried about missing Independence woman

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A metro family is desperate for answers about an Independence missing woman. Police have issued a Silver Alert for 71-year-old Tony Williamson, who vanished exactly two weeks ago. Williamson's sister is frustrated with a delayed response and is now deeply worried about her sister's safety.

Gun Crime Caught On Camera

3 men are facing charges for December 2020 burglary at federally licensed firearms business

KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) -- Charges are now filed in one of two break-ins at licensed gun stores that happened about 20 minutes apart last year. A $5,000 reward is still available to help catch the suspects who are responsible for the second break-in.


Leader of $56 million Kansas City cocaine empire gets 15 years, prosecutors say

A leader of a multi-million dollar criminal enterprise was sentenced in federal court Friday after pleading guilty to directing the distribution of thousands of pounds of cocaine in the Kansas City area over the course of about four years, according to federal prosecutors.

Tribute To Youngster Killed

Kansas Gov. Kelly signs welfare bill 'Adrian's Law,' named for murdered KCK boy

TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas' child welfare department and law enforcement officers soon will be required to visually observe a child when they're investigating allegations of abuse or neglect under a bill Gov. Laura Kelly signed into law Friday. The measure is known as "Adrian's Law," and will take effect by mid-June.

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