Kansas City Crime Scene: You Only Hurt The Ones You Love & Vice Versa

Right now we share a quick compilation of Kansas City metro crime scene news on all manner of misdeeds including CONVICTIONS and ALLEGED crime . . . In addition to more deets on police action and legal battles.

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Missouri woman convicted of killing husband in 2012

WARSAW, Mo. - A western Missouri woman who spent nearly seven years behind bars awaiting trial for the 2012 shooting death of her husband has been found guilty. Missouri court records show a Clay County jury on Monday convicted Viola Bowman, 60, of first-degree murder in the killing of 53-year-old Albert "Rusty" Bowman in their Kansas City home on Nov.

Man sentenced to 20 years in prison for fatal shooting outside Raytown pool hall

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- A Kansas City man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for fatally shooting a fellow 19-year-old outside a Raytown pool hall in 2019. Logan England, now 21 years old, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and armed criminal action.

KC man sentenced to 20 years in prison for fatal shooting in Raytown

On Tuesday, a Jackson County judge sentenced a 21-year-old Kansas City man to 20 years in state prison for his role in the fatal shooting of Riley McCrackin.The shooting took place outside a pool hall in Raytown, Missouri, on March 4, 2019.Logan England, 21, pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree and armed criminal action.

Man sentenced to 30 years in prison for fatally shooting wife last summer

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- A Kansas City man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for fatally shooting his wife outside an Independence home last summer. According to the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office, a jury convicted 64-year-old Larnell McDonald of involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action this April.

Kansas Courts Uphold The Nation's Toughest Rules For Tracking People After Conviction

TOPEKA, Kansas - People on criminal registries in Kansas face felony charges for getting a new email address without alerting law enforcement. It's just one of the ways that criminal registries in Kansas restrict a broad range of people even after they've completed probation and parole.

Roc Nation explains why it's focusing on KCKPD

KASNAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- The community is still abuzz about Roc Nation looking into alleged misconduct within the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department (KCKPD). Roc Nation is rapper Jay-Z's social justice organization. Monday, it filed suit against the KCKPD to get documents they've requested but were denied.

Clay County Sheriff: 3 found dead in Glenaire home in July died from natural causes

The Clay County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday that three people found dead in a home in Glenaire in July died from natural causes. The sheriff's office said that deputies were called to the home in the 400 block of Wherritt Lane by a neighbor, who reported not seeing one of the residents for a long time.Deputies found Roger Wilfong, 66, his sister Mary Wilfong, 67, and their 99-year-old mother, Virginia King, dead inside.

ATF submits evidence to crime lab, asks for tips about church arson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Investigators looking into a weekend arson at a Kansas City, Missouri church need help finding the person responsible for setting it. Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said they are following up on some very strong leads as they investigate the arson at Harlem Baptist Church.

Alaska village was a victim in Missouri man's $4 million boatbuilding fraud, feds say

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- When the federal government in 2015 awarded Igiugig a grant for its own tugboat, leaders in the Southwest Alaska village proclaimed it a step toward "a sustainable local economy, creating jobs and training the local workforce."

Kansas City homicide victim's family waits 13 months for headstone

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The family of a Kansas City, Missouri, homicide victim said they've waited more than a year for the headstone for his grave site. Sherese Matthews said this is despite paying for it, and their countless phone calls and emails to follow-up.

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