Kansas City Crime Scene: Road Rage Gunfire, JoCo Spy Tech & Car Crash Postscript

Gunfire continues as we head toward the weekend. Right now we take a quick glimpse at today's reporting on police action, ALLEGED misdeeds and crime reporting.

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Police are investigating a road rage shooting on I-35

Police are investigating a road rage shooting incident on I-35 around midday Wednesday. Shortly before noon on Oct. 28, police got a call regarding an incident near the Choteau exit of I-35.It involved a black sedan and a semi-tractor trailer.

FBI background check blocked St. Louis shooter from buying a gun. Then he found a private seller

Family members of the gunman who killed two and wounded several others during a shooting rampage at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School recently asked police to take a gun from the home, interim St. Louis Metropolitan Police Chief Michael Sack said Wednesday.

55 new license plate readers to be installed in Johnson County

OLATHE, Kan. - Law enforcement in Johnson County will soon have an additional set of tools to help investigate crime. Thursday, the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) unanimously approved the use of a federal grant to purchase new equipment for the sheriff's department.

Oak Park High School out of lockdown after unsubstantiated rumor of armed student

The Clay County Sheriff's office says that Oak Park High School was temporarily placed on lockdown Friday afternoon in North Kansas City, Missouri.Students and staff at the school are safe. The school and police were reportedly investigating the unsubstantiated threat of a student on campus with a gun.

Dozens fall victim to repackaging scam, prompting federal agencies to look deeper

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In July, Isaac Smith, an Overland Park resident, said he was hired by a third-party shipping company called Stantle, where he was promised $3,300 to repack and ship items for a month. "I was getting a lot of different items, like laptops and vacuums," he said.

Kansas City police investigating homicide on 113th Street

KMBC file image SOURCE: KMBC file image A call about the sound of gunshots led police officers to discover a dying man early Saturday morning.Kansas City, MO police officers say they got the call at around 7:30 a.m.

Car crash damages Kansas City's Southeast Community Center, forcing it to close

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Southeast Community Center is closed until further notice after a driver lost control of a vehicle and hit the building. The building is near East 63rd Street and Jackson Avenue in Swope Park. Kansas City Police officers responded to the accident around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.

Man, woman charged in June Platte County murder

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A man and a woman have been indicted for their alleged roles in a June murder in Platte County. McKayla Cheyenne Archambeau, 22, faces charges of second-degree murder, armed criminal action, tampering with evidence and tampering with a motor vehicle.

Platte County woman indicted for murder in June killing

PLATTE COUNTY, Mo. (KCTV) - A Platte County grand jury has indicted 22-year-old McKayla Cheyenne Archambeau for a Jun 28 killing of a man near Farley, Missouri. Archambeau was charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action, tampering with evidence and tampering with a motor vehicle.

Douglas County deputy vows to find owner of wedding dress

LAWRENCE, Kan. - It could be called the "Mystery of the Missing Wedding Dress," and it's a mystery that is now solved, thanks to a Douglas County Sheriff's deputy and social media. Deputy Libby Sweeny found the white wedding gown while patrolling a rural area near North 1500 Road and East 1750 Road, just south of the Kansas River on Thursday.

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