We start this compilation with notes on consequences for an officer in the burbs.
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According to a report released by the agency, Swaby arrested a young woman for driving under the influence on March 1, 2020. An investigation determined Swaby used his position to get the woman's phone number during the investigation.
Swaby began contacting the woman by phone and social media.
The young woman later told investigators the messages became sexual, but she didn't want to negatively impact the outcome of the DUI case.
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TOPEKA, Kan. - An investigation found a former Prairie Village police officer acted inappropriately when he tried to initiate an intimate relationship with a woman he pulled over during a traffic stop. The Kansas Peace Officer Standards and Training Program revoked Rolando S waby's license last week.
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Kansas City, Missouri, police held a town hall Thursday tonight to talk about the dangers of fentanyl and counterfeit pills.The Kansas City metro is one of 11 locations across the country that the DEA is focusing on.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A man who was involved in a shooting incident with an officer from the Gardner Police Department shot himself, according to an initial investigation. On Wednesday, officers responded to the 17900 block of South Moonlight Road to check on a man who was potentially suicidal.
CLAY COUNTY, Mo. (KCTV) - The man accused of gunning down a North Kansas City officer during a traffic stop last week will remain in jail, after his attorney waived a bond reduction hearing in Clay County. Joshua Rocha, 24, was set to appear in front of a judge Thursday for a bond reduction hearing.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A newly released report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol sheds light on the deadly shooting of Independence officer Blaize Madrid-Evans. Madrid-Evans was shot and killed in the line of duty Sept. 15, 2021.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police in Kansas City, Kansas, released a photo of a clay model facial reconstruction in hopes of identifying a murder victim from more than 38 years ago. The decomposed remains of an unidentified woman, who was approximately 20 to 25 years old with brown hair, were discovered April 26, 1984, in a wooded area near Glenrose and Woodend lanes in KCK's Argentine Neighborhood.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A 21-year-old Kansas City, Missouri man was sentenced in federal court Thursday for his role in an armed carjacking that led to a high-speed chase in which he collided with another vehicle and killed another motorist. Derrell M. Wade was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison without parole.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Jackson County Jury last week awarded a Kansas City area woman more than $11 million in a lawsuit against the Missouri Department of Corrections. In 2018, Leesa Wiseman, who worked at the MoDCC's Kansas City Reentry Center in the West Bottoms, filed a lawsuit against the state agency alleging discrimination abased on race, sex/gender and disability, violation of the Missouri Human Rights Act and retaliation.
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. - The Prairie Village Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for a 75-year-old who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Police said Jeffrey B. Boyer was last seen wearing a green and white checkered shirt, blue jeans, white tennis shoes and possibly a baseball cap.
Like most of us, last Tuesday morning was interrupted with a BLUE ALERT on our phones indicating that there was a police officer severely injured and to be on the lookout for a gray car. Most of us swiped it away and headed back to our day-to-day lives.
Every year, in increasing numbers, American cops are turning to what's known as a Google geofence warrant to help them investigate crimes and gather evidence. The controversial warrants force Google to provide identifying information on all users who had location services turned on inside a specific area during a given time-potentially implicating anyone who was in the area of a crime, not just the suspects.
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