Kansas City Suspect In Crash That Killed Police Officer, K9 & Pedestrian OUT On $3K Bond

A few things about this post . . .

Here at TKC was believe and affirm the U.S. Constitution as we maintain that EVERYONE IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.

We merely strive to blog the facts as best as we know them . . . No jokes in this post because of the serious nature . . . Here are the basics . . .

Reports from PD investigators believe SUSPECT'S vehicle was traveling at a speed of close to 90mph. 

Bond was set at only $30,000 according to court dox sent our way by KICK-ASS insiders. Go ahead and check dox for yourself via Casenet.

Suspect posted the required 10% of that amount to earn release. 

Meanwhile . . . 


 Here's a roundup of the horrific incident and more info . . .

Charged with two counts of Involuntary Manslaughter 1st Degree, a Class C Felony, in connection with the death of KCPD Officer James Muhlbauer and an innocent pedestrian, identified only as J.E., a 50-something male, in charging documents. Officer Muhlbauer’s K9 partner Officer Champ also died in the collision.

Court documents show that Lightfoot was the operator and sole occupant of the vehicle that struck Officer Muhlbauer’s patrol car Wednesday evening, pushing it into the pedestrian.

According to charging documents, Officer Muhlbauer was traveling eastbound on Truman Road in his department issue Ford Crown Victoria through a green traffic signal when SUSPECT’s vehicle, traveling southbound on Benton Boulevard at a high rate of speed, ran the red traffic signal, striking Officer Muhlbauer’s vehicle in the driver’s door. A witness at the scene noted that the impact caused the rear of Lightfoot’s vehicle to become airborne. That witness called 911 and remained at the scene until additional officers arrived.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

Charges filed in officer and pedestrian traffic deaths

The Jackson County Prosecutor has charged 18-year-old Jerron Allen Lightfoot of Tonganoxie, Kan., with the death of a Kansas City Police Department (KCPD) officer, his canine partner and a pedestrian in a Wednesday evening crash at Benton Boulevard and Truman Road.

Suspect charged in death of officer, pedestrian, K-9 appears in court

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The man charged in the death of a Kansas City, Missouri, police officer, a pedestrian and a police K-9 made his first appearance in court Friday afternoon. Jerron Allen Lightfoot, 18, appeared Friday before Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Adam Caine, wearing an orange jumpsuit.

Loved ones remember victims of crash that killed police officer, K-9 and pedestrian

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - An 18-year-old Tonganoxie man is charged with two counts of first-degree involuntary manslaughter following a deadly crash that killed a police officer, his K-9 partner and a pedestrian near Truman Road and Benton Boulevard on Wednesday. According to online court records, Jerron Allen Lightfoot posted 10% of his $30,000 bond Friday.

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