In this TKC news collection we check a bevy of local reports on alleged misdeeds, hate crimes and police action as we witness the latest Summer crime spike amid culture war.
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LAKE OZARK, Mo. - A confrontation between rival motorcycle gangs in a popular Lake of the Ozarks tourist spot has left one man dead and four people injured. Dan Field, a spokesperson for the city of Lake Ozark, confirmed to 41 Action News on Friday that authorities can't yet say which motorcycle clubs were involved in Thursday night's confrontation.
Alleged Tech Mob Attacks In JoCo
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Four men are accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of electronics from Micro Center locations in Overland Park and suburban St. Louis. Police released these pictures from the Micro Center near 93rd Street and Metcalf Avenue.
Creeper Investigation Cont’d
'It Turned Him On When People Die:' Teen Led Cops To Missing Woman's Remains Buried On Alleged Abuser's Property, Authorities Say | Oxygen
Investigators in Missouri who uncovered the human remains of a woman who disappeared months ago were led to the site where she'd been buried by a teenage girl who alleged the property owner described the killing while he was sexually abusing her, police said.
Legal Consequences After Tragedy
BRANSON, Mo. - Prosecutors charge three employees of Ride the Ducks Branson in connection with a deadly sinking on Table Rock Lake three years ago. There were 29 passengers, the Captain and the Driver on the boat when it sank, killing 17 people.
Hate Crime Tragedy Postscript
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Family, friends and community members gathered outside of Kansas City police headquarters Friday night to remember the life of DeAngelo Wallace. Wallace was shot and killed near 12th and Locust Streets last week. "My brother was very upbeat, very positive," said DeAngelo's sister, Shauntice Wallace.
Show-Me Defund Double Talk!?!
SQUAD member Cori Bush has been accused of hypocrisy after splashing out a whopping $70,000 on private security while pushing to defund the police. The revelation comes after the Missouri Rep announced on Twitter that, "investing more money in policing is always bad." Bush, 44, a Democratic politician of St.
Conservatives Consider 2nd Amendment Accessibility
Exorbitant fees, draconian laws, and more combine to disadvantage minorities the most. G un control disproportionately impacts the poor and minorities and puts them at greater risk of prosecution. So why is it that progressives, who like to think of themselves as champions of the "people," are always pushing for stricter gun-control laws?
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