Kansas City Crime Scene: Stolen Property, Creepers & Political Control

We wanted to catch up on few crime reporting links for the overnight along with some more inspiring stories at the end of the compilation . . .

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Kansas City man, 63, convicted of multiple child sex charges

A 63-year-old Kansas City man has been found guilty of multiple child sex charges, the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office said late Thursday night. Robert Warren was convicted of first-degree statutory rape, second-degree statutory rape, sexual misconduct involving a child, two counts of fourth-degree child molestation and attempting to entice a child.

WATCH: Police ask help to ID vehicle in road rage shooting that paralyzed victim

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Officers are asking the public for help in identifying a vehicle involved in a drive-by shooting from November. The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department tweeted a video of a silver or gray Dodge Charger in the area of Sni A Bar Road and the Blue Ridge Cutoff just before 5 p.m.

Lenexa police arrests man involved in several stolen property cases

Lenexa police say they arrested a man overnight this week who stole several items, including the car he was driving when police pulled him over. Police stopped a stolen car in the area of Prairie Star Parkway and Ridgeview earlier this week. Inside the vehicle, mail, packages and other "likely" stolen items were discovered.

Shawnee man sentenced to 13 years without parole for sex trafficking children

A Shawnee, Kan., man will spend the next 13 years in federal prison for sex trafficking two teenagers. Antonio Flemming, 40, was sentenced to 13 years without parole. He pleaded guilty to two counts of sex trafficking on July 28th, 2022. He admitted to recruiting two teenagers, one from Kansas City, Mo., and the other from St.

Authorities briefly check out suspicious package at Arrowhead on Thursday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - The authorities were checking out a suspicious package at Arrowhead Stadium on Thursday night. It appears that the authorities received a call at 5:37 p.m. regarding some kind of suspicious package in Lot N. The Kansas City Fire Department crew that deals with hazardous materials went to the scene.

MO Republicans want state control of St. Louis police. What does that mean for Kansas City?

Emboldened by a statewide vote that forced Kansas City to spend more on its police, Missouri Republican lawmakers are trying to put St. Louis' police department back under state control. A bill, filed last month by state Sen. Nick Schroer, a St. Charles Republican, would place the St.

How does someone steal $700,000 from a senator's campaign in the midst of an election?

The theft on more than $700K of campaign funds exposes a constellation of vulnerabilities in modern day political campaigns, where millions often move through small, shoe-string operations with little to no security measures in place to protect themselves against online fraud.

Attorney General Andrew Bailey discusses his top priorities for future of Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KY3) - It has been a few weeks since Andrew Bailey was sworn in as Attorney General. He discussed his priorities for office. Fighting violent crime is at the top of Bailey's list. "I was a prosecutor, and I worked at a county office.

Prayers answered; stolen antique relic returned to Parkville church

PARKVILLE, Mo. - Parkville, Missouri police are investigating vandalism and a break-in at one of the oldest remaining African Methodist Episcopal churches west of the Mississippi. Longtime Washington Chapel A.M.E. members say prayers have already been answered as the thieves had a change of heart.

Long-Time Supervisor Flourishes, For The Record

As supervisor, Cutchlow oversees a team which is responsible for valuable KCPD assets, its records. They include court-ordered subpoenas, Sunshine Law requests, orders of protection, the entry of state warrants, and the entry of the repossession of vehicles. Due to the nature of many documents, Cutchlow and team work heavily with the Office of General Counsel.

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