Kansas City Crime Scene: Homicide Count 2022 Rises To #32 As Historic Uptick Cont'd

The consequences of a recent shooting resulted in another local killing. Sadly, Springtime will likely host rising violence as the latest numbers suggest an ongoing upward trend.

Meanwhile, we've already seen a dramatic uptick in local property crime as resources grow increasingly scare during a renewed cold war and global economic battle with Russia. 

Accordingly, we share this TKC gathering of police action, court cases, ALLEGED misdeeds and then finish with a bit of hope. 

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Shooting victim reliant on life support, suspect charged with murder

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A February shooting in Kansas City, Missouri, is now being classified as a homicide due to the victim's inability to survive without medical life support. Davonte Robinson, 18, was shot on Feb. 22 in the area of East 101st Street and Fremont Avenue.

Body of missing Kansas City great-grandmother found

KANSASA CITY, Mo. - The remains of a missing great-grandmother have been found. Kansas City police said the body of 87-year-old Bessie Collins was located near Blue Parkway and Elmwood Avenue. Detectives said there are no signs of foul play. Collins hadn't been seen since early Sunday morning at her home in East Kansas City.

Next Missouri Supreme Court hearing in Keith Carnes case next week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Supreme Court will conduct another hearing March 30 in Keith Carnes' quest to be released from prison. Carnes was charged with murder and armed criminal action in the 2003 shooting death of Larry White. Senior Judge Gene R.

Missouri task force sees rise in internet crimes against children

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - More children in Missouri are being targeted by predators online. The St. Charles County Police Department is the lead agency for the state task force on Internet Crimes Against Children or ICAC. Lt. Kile Bay says over the last few years, the task force has seen reports increase by 20%.

Raytown police asking for public's help in finding missing woman

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Raytown police need the public's help to find a woman missing for nearly two weeks. Heather Freeman, 35, was last seen at about 5 p.m. on March 15 at a residence in the 8000 block of Tennessee Avenue, according to police. She was last seen wearing her McDonald's employee uniform.

Slain Independence officer awarded Medal of Valor

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A fallen Independence police officer was honored for his bravery and dedication. Blaize Madrid-Evans, 22, was awarded the city's Medal of Valor during a ceremony Friday morning. The award is given to a person who displays extraordinary acts of heroism and bravery that go above and beyond the call of duty.

22 graduate from Kansas City Police Academy, joining police department

The Kansas City Police Academy graduated its first class of officers in almost two years."There's a lot of people that are coming into this profession that are doing it for all the right reasons," new Officer Ahmed Ali said.Ali is now officially a Kansas City police officer."It feels amazing because

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