Kansas City Crime Scene: Midweek Mugshots, Alleged Misdeeds & More...

In this post we roundup quite a bit of police action, notes and crime news from around the metro.

As always, we try to finish the scroll with a bit of hope . . .

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Info needed as KCPD works to solve woman's homicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two weeks after metro woman was shot and killed, detectives are asking for your help to find her killer. Pebbles Harr was killed Jan. 25 near St. John Avenue and Belmont Boulevard. Investigators said they found her body when the responded to a call reporting gunfire in the area.

Video shows alleged shoplifters at Legends Outlets

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Detectives are asking for help identifying the people involved in a robbery at a store at the Legends Outlet. It happened around 7 p.m. on Dec. 20 as people were Christmas shopping at The Buckle. A group of nine women and teenagers arrived at the store in two vehicles.

Clay County authorities renews call for tips in disappearance, death of Independence mother

Authorities in Clay County, Missouri are again asking for anyone with information related to the disappearance and death of an Independence woman to please come forward. Alesha J. Reade, 45, went missing from Independence one year ago Wednesday.

Thieves target same victim twice by stealing his truck and keys, then his car

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Thieves stole from an Independence man twice in the same day by stealing two of his vehicles. David Jischke said it all started when he hopped out of his truck to clock in at work.

Independence police show renovations at center of overtime pay complaint

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - The Independence Police Department on Wednesday allowed reporters to see some of the building renovations that have become the center of an investigation into the misuse of overtime pay. Police say remodeling work has been going on at the headquarters building over a period of years.

Independence Police Department overtime investigation-see where the money went

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- We are getting our first look at the maintenance projects completed by an Independence officer working overtime. The officer racked up more than $160,000 doing the work on overtime last year - that's in addition to the base pay.

Wanted: Shannon Parker

CLAY COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- According to the KC Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline, 47-year-old Shannon Parker is wanted for a sex offender registration violation out of Clay County. His last known address was near Harlem Road and Broadway Extension in Kansas City, Missouri. His original offense was the sexual assault of a child.

Kansas City's Most Wanted

KC Crime Stoppers has partnered with The Northeast News to help track individuals on the Kansas City's most wanted list. Check Northeast News each week for a new listing. KC Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

KCK man sentenced for trafficking firearms on Facebook

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A KCK man involved in a shooting which injured several people was sentenced in federal court today. Dyqwon Deonte Brown, 28, was sentenced to eight years in federal prison without parole for illegally possessing ammunition. Brown pleaded guilty to the charge back in September.

174th entrant officer class begins training at Kansas City Regional Police Academy

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - KSHB 41 News is getting an exclusive look at what it takes to become a police officer. We'll be following the 174th entrant officer class at the Kansas City Regional Police Academy over the next six months. Entrant officers began their training Tuesday morning by learning rules, regulations and expectations while in the academy.

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