Rae's Café Ranks Amongst Kansas City Crime Scene News

Okay, not really but this is a legal dispute involving the courts.

Accordingly, in this compilation we share all manner of info on police action, legal fights and aftermath reports.

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FBI assisting KCPD to locate a fugitive wanted on murder charges

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The FBI was asked to assist the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department to help locate a wanted fugitive charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in Jackson County. Damon Lee, 23, was charged in connection to a homicide that occurred on April 3, 2021, at an apartment complex on 6010 Highland Ave, according to a release from the FBI.

A second alleged sexual assault reported near KU amidst a week of protests

The Lawrence Police Department received a report of a sexual battery on Sep. 12, 2021. The alleged assault occurred around midnight in the 1000 block of Alabama Street in Lawrence, Kansas. The University of Kansas Office of Public Safety reported the incident Wednesday, following a week of outcry and protest from students.

Investigators rule fire that killed woman, child was accidental

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Investigators have ruled that a fire, which killed a woman and later a child, in March was accidental. On March 31, officers responded to the area of east 55th Street and Woodland Avenue where Kansas City fire fighters were already on scene battling a fire.

A 70-year-old man who was shot in June has died. His son is charged with murder

A man who was shot in June died in early September, police said. The victim has been identified as 70-year-old Dennis Trusewicz. Officers were called just after 9 a.m. June 5 to the 5600 block of Wabash Avenue on a shooting, Officer Donna Drake, a spokeswoman with the Kansas City Police Department, said in a email.

Rae's Café gets new judge to hear challenge to Jackson County closure order

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Rae's Café in Blue Springs is getting a new judge to hear its challenge to Jackson County's order closing the restaurant for refusing to comply with the public health mask mandate. A hearing on the future of the restaurant will be rescheduled before a new Jackson County court after Judge James Kanatzar granted the restaurant's motion for a change of judge.

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