KC Crime Scene: Po-Po En Español, Ham Love & Overland Park Mall Massage Creeper?!?

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Bliss Massage in Oak Park Mall under investigation

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (KCTV) - A massage business inside of Oak Park Mall is under investigation after a woman says she found herself in a scary situation with one of its employees. Overland Park police are investigating it as suspicious activity.

Blue Valley Southwest athletic trainer under arrest, facing electronic solicitation charge

An athletic trainer who worked at Blue Valley Southwest is under arrest on Friday. Christopher Poskey faces a charge of electronic solicitation with a child younger than 14. He was arrested on Friday and booked into the Johnson County Jail.

Kansas City, Kansas, police investigate woman's death Thursday night

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police in Kansas City, Kansas, are investigating after finding a woman dead inside a home on Thursday night. Officers responded to the 2000 block of Orville Avenue art around 7 p.m. and found the woman. No other details on the circumstances of the woman's death were immediately available.

KC man subject of Joplin standoff charged in fatal shooting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City man that barricaded himself in a Joplin home while on the run has been formally charged in a fatal shooting earlier this month. According to the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office, Jaylen E. McDaniel, 31, fatally shot a woman within a south Kansas City home on March 13th before [...]

Kansas moves to help survivors pursue child sex abuse claims

Abuse survivors and advocates who've pushed for legislation making it easier in Kansas to prosecute abusers and file lawsuits decades later have achieved a breakthrough in the Legislature, where the proposal is advancing quickly.

Kim Gardner hosts criminal justice reform discussion

ST. LOUIS - St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was greeted with cheers and a standing ovation at the West Side Missionary Baptist Church in north St. Louis on Tuesday. Her office was hosting a roundtable addressing crime. "I want to invest in people and to address the root causes of the problem," Gardner said.

Parson says crime in St. Louis is hurting Missouri's image

Gov. Mike Parson said legislation that would appoint a special prosecutor to handle violent crime in St. Louis and reinstate state control of the city's police department is worth considering. During a visit to St.

Attorney General announces grant programs open for victims of crime

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Six grant programs are open for application for victims of crime. Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach announced today that six grant programs serving victims of crime across Kansas are open for application. Office of the Attorney General said more than $2.5 million in grant funds were awarded last year from six state programs through the Office of the Attorney General.

New scam claims to be collecting for a church

Posted: Updated: SOUTH HUTCHINSON, Kan. (KSNW) - The South Hutchinson Police Department is warning Kansans about a new scam. The method is old. The scammer is trying to get you to purchase gift cards and to give them the numbers so they can pocket the money.

Kansas City, Kansas, police recruits bringing bilingual, military experience to department

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department will soon welcome eight new graduates to its department. On Wednesday night, KSHB 41 caught up with Recruit Class 61 as they prepare for street duty. "To see them at this moment and be successful - it's exciting, and now they are getting ready to go to field training," said Ofc.

Kansas City police host massive Friday ham giveaway

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Police Department is working with Harvesters and Hy-Vee in hopes of feeding hundreds of metro families. The police department is hosting a food giveaway on Friday, March 31. Hy-Vee is providing 400 hams for officers to distribute.

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