In this quick post we gather news of the day concerning local allegations, ongoing cases and police action.
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Life-threatening injuries reported in shooting near Red Bridge Road, Hickman Mills Drive in south KC
One person has been rushed to a hospital after a shooting Monday afternoon in south Kansas City, Missouri.Kansas City police dispatch confirms authorities were called to a business near Red Bridge Road and Hickman Mills Drive shortly before 2 p.m.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Jackson County Sheriff's Office located a dead body while searching for a lost hiker in a wooded area at Lake Jacomo near Blue Springs, Missouri. Many resources were deployed to help their search including boats, a drone, search and rescue K9s and park rangers.
PECULIAR, Mo. - A Kansas City-area man is charged with shooting his brother and two women early Sunday morning in Peculiar. Thomas B. Parrish, 40, faces charges of domestic assault, three counts of armed criminal action, unlawful use of a weapon while intoxicated, and other related crimes.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A local mom is calling for changes in the Kansas City Police Department. Kayla Edmond said her son, Brelande Edmond, died after a department agility test in the heat last month. "He was signing up to protect people, and that facility couldn't protect him," Edmond said.
Kansas City, Missouri, police say a driver is in critical condition following a rollover accident on Monday. Officers and investigators reported to the scene of an Injury Accident with critical injuries just before noon.Authorities say an investigation revealed that a green Dodge Ram pickup truck was traveling eastbound on 18th Street at a very high rate of speed.
A man was arrested after allegedly forcing open the door of a Lenexa home and firing a gun at someone inside, according to police. At 1:00 a.m. Sunday morning, officers responded to the 9100 block of Renner Road, where they learned a man shot into the home after forcing his way in, according to a news release from the Lenexa Police Department.
Police investigate whether fake information was received about active shooter at Warrensburg hospital
Warrensburg police are investigating the possibility that fake information was received about an active shooter on Friday, which prompted an evacuation of Western Missouri Medical Center.Two phone calls received within a minute from staff members at Western Missouri Medical Center prompted a large police and EMS response to the hospital, according to interim Warrensburg police Chief Andy Munsterman.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - An act of kindness at the Kansas City United Church of Christ comes days after an act of vandalism. The nonprofit group Seven Days offered a "kindness basket" to the church Monday, complete with tokens like snacks, books and stickers as a gesture of goodwill.
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