Kansas City Crime Scene: Crack House Of Horror & More!!!

A quick compilation of local crime news which reveals that the status quo is still hard at work in this cowtown . . . Check-it . . .


'The Amityville crack house of horror': KC neighbors want burned building torn down

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some Kansas City neighbors are upset that an apartment building damaged by arson, which injured multiple people, isn't being torn down. "There's boogeymen peering out the window all hours of the night. The constant prostitution, the drug sales, people screaming at themselves in the middle of the night," said David Gant who lives near the building.

Desperately Seeking Overland Park High Class Crook

Crime Stoppers looking for Overland Park jewelry store thief

The Overland Park, KS Police Department and the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline are asking for the public's assistance in identifying the subject shown in these photos. The subject was involved in a felony grab and run theft of high-end jewelry that occurred at an Overland Park, KS jewelry store located in the 4700 block of West 119th St on May 21, 2021, at 4:15 PM.

Look At Suburban Desperation

FBI seeks man after Lee's Summit bank robbed Thursday

The FBI is searching for a man suspected of robbing the Great Southern Bank in Lee's Summit Thursday afternoon. The robbery was reported at 3:20 p.m.Investigators said the man, who is about 5 feet 10 inches tall, walked into the bank on Northeast Todd George Parkway and demanded cash.

Show-Me No Deal

Missouri Governor Does Not Pardon Kevin Strickland, Who Prosecutor Says Is Wrongfully Imprisoned

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson passed on an opportunity to release a Kansas City man who has spent 43 years behind bars for a crime prosecutors say he did not commit. Parson left Kevin Strickland off the latest list of pardons. The move leaves Kevin Strickland and his attorneys disappointed, and with fewer options for his exoneration.


New dash camera video reveals what happened when deputy shot woman in back

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Newly obtained dash camera video and recorded interviews reveal what happened the night a now former deputy shot a woman in the back during an attempted arrest in August of 2019. Lauren Michael pleaded guilty to first degree assault for the shooting.

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