Kansas City Crime Scene: Golden Ghetto Lady Crook Redux, Mugshots & More Testimony

Sadly, there's always more crime news to consider and right now we check more police action, courtroom perspectives and rising crime reports.

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Man convicted in shooting death of Kansas City attorney who won case against him

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An 84-year-old man was convicted Thursday of shooting and killing a Kansas City lawyer who had won a multi-million judgment against him in a civil lawsuit. A Jackson County jury deliberated about two hours before finding David Jungerman, of Raytown, guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the Oct.

Jury finds Kansas City man guilty in 2021 triple shooting that left 2 dead

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) -- A man has been convicted of murder and multiple other felonies stemming from a 2021 triple shooting. Dmarius Bozeman was charged with one count of second-degree murder, three counts of first-degree child endangerment and four counts of armed criminal action.

Golubski accuser says there are more accusers

There may be more people who say they were terrorized by a former police detective now accused of intimidating witnesses and raping at least two women.They remain silent, but Niko Quinn is speaking on their behalf one more time. She said they were terrorized by Roger Golubski, the former Kansas City, Kansas, detective who was arrested last week on federal charges.

Overland Park woman with history of shoplifting pleads guilty to misdemeanor thefts

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - An Overland Park woman accused of shoplifting multiple times has entered a guilty plea in two charges filed against her. Kelli Jo Bauer, 52, will be sentenced Nov. 15. If Bauer's name and face look familiar to you, it is because we have reported about her stealing items in the past.

Daughter still searches for justice 12 years after father's homicide

RIVERSIDE, Missouri (KCTV) - For more than 12 years, a daughter has waited to see her father's killer caught. Erricka McCullen insists she won't give up on receiving justice for her dad.

Parent voices concerns after Belton substitute teacher accused of sending students inappropriate messages

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - A 42-year-old substitute teacher is facing charges. Jason L. Carey is accused of sending inappropriate social media messages to students in the Belton School District. Carey is charged with felony enticement or attempted enticement of a child, felony second-degree child molestation, and two counts of furnishing pornographic material or attempting to furnish pornographic material to a minor.

Serving Victims At The Scene Of A Crime

That was 1999. Keller, who had been a probation officer, joined KCPD after her husband (a now-retired KCPD officer) encouraged her to become a crime scene technician. She went on a ride-along to scope things out, and that night, she and an officer responded to a fatal overdose.

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