Kansas City Crime Scene: Pedestrian Killed In Police Chase & Friendly Fire Survival

A quick post about local crime news tonight as we check police action, ALLEGED misdeeds and all manner of crime issues impacting the metro.

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Pedestrian killed by suspect driving stolen car in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A pedestrian is dead after being hit by a suspect driving a stolen car. It happened near Interstate 435 and Truman Road around 4 p.m. Wednesday. Officers went to check on a stolen vehicle and attempted to stop it when the suspect driver rammed the police vehicle.

'I'm done with Kansas City': Father mourns slain teenage son, condemns city gun violence

On the day Rashan Stenson Jr. was shot and killed, the family was having a party for his older sister's high school graduation. It was a milestone the family planned to celebrate again soon after the 17-year-old finished his senior year at Winnetonka High School.

Family of woman allegedly killed by husband draws attention to domestic violence

LAWRENCE, Kan. - The family of a 25-year-old woman allegedly killed by her husband spoke with reporters Friday as part of their effort to draw focus on domestic violence. Regan Gibbs, a former goalkeeper with the University of Kansas women's soccer team, was found dead on Monday, May 16, inside a Lawrence, Kansas, apartment .

Crime Stoppers: Jackson County looking for man with sex offender registration violation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Kansas City Crime Stoppers is looking for a man they say is a noncompliant registered sex offender. Alexander Lomas, 56, has a warrant out for a sex offender registration violation. Crime Stoppers says Lomas is a white male, 5′7″ and weighs 170 pounds.

After robbery, KC man and local police stress safe meeting site for online shoppers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A number of law enforcement agencies in the Kansas City area are offering a safe space for online purchases and sales. Local departments are encouraging people buying and selling online to meet up outside police stations to wrap up those transactions. It's something Marvin Hamilton wishes he had done.

Missouri voters to decide who controls Kansas City's police funding

(The Center Square) - In the ongoing debate about whether state government should dictate local tax issues comes a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution. Senate Joint Resolution 38 would require voters in November to approve or reject a constitutional amendment giving the General Assembly the ability to increase minimum funding for a police force established by a state board of police commissioners.

KCK man used police organization for 'bogus charity,' AG says

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas' Attorney General is forcing a Kansas City, Kansas man to pay thousands to a police organization. Derek Schmidt's office said the man was running a bogus charity, posing as the Fraternal Order of Police. "It was kind of shock," said Jeff Weissman, the secretary of the Bonner Springs FOP Lodge No.

Tom Wagstaff, the Independence, Missouri police officer shot in the head five years ago, is determined to walk again

On a cloudy March morning, Independence, Missouri, police Officer Tom Wagstaff left home for work.When he returned, his life had forever changed."There was a shot fired," he said. "It skipped off the ground.

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