Kansas City Crime Scene: Urban Teen Carjackers Commute To Lenexa

We take a pause before the weekend kicks into high gear in order to collect news on police action, law enforcement reports, court cases and all manner of ALLEGED misdeeds. And then, as always, we try to finish on a hopeful note.

Here's the latest via TKC collection that starts with a glimpse at RISING CRIME IMPACTING THE ENTIRE METRO amid the holiday season . . .

2 KCMO 18-year-olds charged in Dec. incident in Lenexa

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An 18-year-old Kansas City woman faces attempted first degree murder charges and an 18-year-old Kansas City man faces additional charges in connection to a series of crimes Thursday in Lenexa. The Johnson County District Attorney's office Friday charged Donnellya Amrine with one count of attempted first degree murder, one count of attempted aggravated robbery and shooting at an occupied vehicle.

Kansas City, Missouri police ID man killed on Jackson Avenue Monday

1500 jackson ave. shooting scene SOURCE: kmbc KCPD has confirmed that a death investigation in the 1500 block of Jackson Ave. Is a homicide. Police were called midday to scene on reports of an unresponsive person.Upon arrival officers found a male lying on the ground who appeared to be suffering from gunshot wounds.

Lee's Summit woman indicted for bank robberies

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Lee's Summit woman has been indicted for allegedly taking part in two robberies, one in Lawrence, Kansas, and one in Leawood, Kansas. She'Toia Mitchell, 35, has been charged with two counts of bank robbery. One charge pertains to the robbery of a Bank of America in Lawrence on Nov.

Missouri man given probation after attending Jan. 6 riot

An eastern Missouri man was sentenced Friday to three years of probation for participating in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.Nicholas Burton Reimler, 29, of Valley Park, pleaded guilty in September to parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol building, a misdemeanor.

Suit: Kansas deputies used rubber bullets on woman in cell

A former inmate at a Kansas jail alleges in a federal lawsuit that deputies fired a flash grenade and nonlethal bullets at her while she was having a panic attack inside an isolation cell in 2019. The lawsuit, filed last month by an attorney for 25-year-old Realiti Courson, alleges that deputies targeted her because she is Black.

Suspect arrested for allegedly impersonating officer in Blue Springs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A suspect has been arrested for allegedly impersonating a police officer and pulling over at least one vehicle, according to the Blue Springs Police Department. "He was identified after being detained on Dec. 5," a spokesperson for the department said.

Crime, loss, pain, struggle - and a miracle

"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him and who have been called according to his purpose." This verse in the 8th chapter of Romans is one of my favorite verses in the Bible because I know that it is true, and I have seen it in my own lifetime and time again.

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