The comeback for local hotels is harder than ever given that discounts for the dregs are now mixing with decent people and regular paying customers.
To be fair . . . This locale has always been a hotspot and today another shooting 'secures' the troubled reputation for violence in this entertainment district.
THANKS AND ACCORDING TO INSIDERS WHO SENT MESSAGES TO TKC, the hotel went into TOTAL LOCKDOWN after four shots echoed near elevators. Many guests were escorted to safety by police via worker service elevator.
Update . . .
Shooting at 770 W. 47th Street now a homicide. The shooting victim from this morning’s shooting has died.
Unoffically, that's KCMO homicide #75 by our count.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police have a person in custody in a Tuesday morning shooting at a Country Club Plaza Hotel. A Kansas City, Missouri, Police spokesperson said officers were called to the Sheraton Hotel at 770 W. 47th Street just after 8 a.m. on a reported shooting.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A person was found this morning inside of a Plaza hotel with critical injuries from a shooting, police told FOX4. Police responded to the Sheraton Suite Country Club Plaza around 8 a.m. on June 29. There they found and transported the victim to a nearby hospital.
A shooting at a hotel on the Country Club Plaza sparked a large police response at the popular shopping and dining destination early Tuesday.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- One person has life-threatening injuries after a shooting inside the Sheraton Hotel on the Country Club Plaza. It happened about 7:55 a.m. Tuesday. The hotel is located at 770 W. 47th St. There is a very active scene at the hotel right now.
The Kansas City Police Department said the person that was shot Tuesday morning at a hotel on the Country Club Plaza has died.The shooting at the Sheraton Suites on West 47th Street sparked a large police response at the popular shopping and dining destination.After arriving on the scene, police said one person was rushed to an area hospital with critical injuries.
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