Kansas City 2022 Homicide #156: Deadly Northland Gunfire Erupts Near Liquor Store

Rising poverty and desperation have a way of making ALL manner of crime seem remarkably similar.

More importantly . . . 

We're now 2 homicides away from the 2nd highest homicide total in KCMO history for the 2nd year in a row.

Accordingly, here's a glimpse at Kansas City's latest, tragic addition to a homicide total on a record breaking pace . . . Check-it . . .

Homicide: 4300 block of North Antioch

Just before midnight officers were called to a liquor store at 4305 NE Antioch in regard to an ambulance call.  Upon arrival, officers located the victim who was suffering from apparent trauma.  Officers began performing life saving measures until medics arrived and took over.  EMS pronounced the victim deceased at the scene.

Officers have detained a subject of interest in regard.

Homicide detectives and Crime Scene Personnel have responded to the scene.  They will be processing the scene and speaking with any witnesses.  If you have any information, you can call detectives at 816-234-5043.  Or you can remain anonymous by calling the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.


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Person of interest in custody in connection with overnight homicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police say they have a person of interest in custody in connection with an overnight homicide. Police say they were called to a liquor store in the 4300 block of NE Antioch Road for an ambulance call just before midnight.

One dead at Kansas City liquor store overnight

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Police Department have a person believed to be involved with an overnight homicide at a liquor store Tuesday. According to KCPD, officers were called to the liquor store on the corner of NE 43rd Street and NE Antioch Road on a call requiring an ambulance.

Kansas City police investigate overnight homicide outside liquor store

Kansas City, Missouri, police are investigating a homicide outside a liquor store.Police said they were called to Cloud 9 Liquor, on NE Antioch Road, just before midnight. Police said when they got there, they noticed a victim suffering from what they called "apparent trauma."

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