Kansas City Crime Scene: Bus Stop Homicide & Overland Park Standoff

It's rough out there tonight and this quick compilation offers a peek at police action, alleged misdeeds and tragic news. 

As always, we attempt to find some nicer stories toward the end of the compilation . . .

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Victim dies days after shooting near Kansas City bus stop

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A victim critically injured in a Kansas City, Missouri shooting earlier this week dies from his injuries just days later. Kansas City police officers responded to a shots fired call just before 4 a.m. Monday, March 6 in the area of E. 35th Street and Prospect Avenue.

Family says body found Friday matches description of missing KC teen Jayden Robker

Family of 13-year-old Jayden Robker, who went missing more than a month ago in Kansas City's Northland, said a body found Friday matches the description of the teen. They are awaiting autopsy results to know for sure. Several police agencies responded Friday morning to a wooded area near North Broadway and NW Englewood Road, where Gladstone Police confirmed a body had been discovered.

Pedestrian critically injured in hit-and-run crash in Kansas City at 31st, Stadium Drive

SOURCE: KMBC A pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a vehicle in Kansas City on Friday afternoon. Police were called out Friday around 3:11 p.m. to the area of 31st Street and Stadium Drive on a two-vehicle wreck.

Missouri gun law to stay in effect during court fight

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Missouri law banning local police from enforcing federal gun laws remains in effect as a lawsuit against it is appealed. U.S. District Judge Brian Wimes earlier this week struck down the law as an unconstitutional overstep by the state on the federal government.

Standoff in Overland Park after man allegedly fires shots at US Marshals

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Law enforcement are involved in a standoff Friday night after they say a man shot at U.S. Marshals and FBI agents trying to serve a warrant. Overland Park police spokesman John Lacy said the U.S. Marshals Service and the FBI were serving a felony warrant around 5 p.m.

Van belonging to Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City torched

Kansas City police are looking for the suspect or suspects who burned a van belonging to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City.A police officer found the van burned on Thursday in the area of East 43rd Street. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City Club provided KMBC surveillance video of the incident.

Kansas City man sentenced for domestic abuse recruited inmate to kill wife

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Jackson County judge sentenced a Kansas City man to 15 years in prison for domestic assault and other crimes. A jury convicted Michael D. King, 57, of seven charges including conspiracy to commit assault, tampering with a victim, domestic assault , harassment, and violating a protection order.

Open-container law for marijuana gets hearing in Missouri House * Missouri Independent

The from Rep. Kent Haden, R-Mexico, would require all marijuana products in vehicles to be kept in odor-proof and child-proof containers. "I don't claim to be an expert on marijuana - I've never inhaled," Haden said, earning laughs from members of the House Crime Prevention and Public Safety Committee.

Prairie Village receives grant to pay for license plate readers

PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. - A federal grant will pay for Prairie Village to install license plate readers at traffic lights across the city. The city started installing the readers at some of the busiest intersections and planned to install more over the next decade.

Athletics brings former KCPD officer purpose, 'special bond' after medical retirement

KANSAS CITY, Mo - Former Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department Ofc. Kathryn Hwang is taking the success of her future into her own hands. Hwang sustained a traumatic brain injury, causing her to medically retire from KCPD. Since then, she has begun the road to recovery and self-discovery. "The injury is hard.

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