Kansas City Crime Scene: Lookout For Lime Green Shooters & Other Stories

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Lime green Kia Soul sought in shooting investigation in Kansas City

Kansas City Police Department SOURCE: Kansas City Police Department Kansas City police are looking for a lime green Kia Soul that was involved in a recent shooting. The shooting happened about 3:45 a.m. on April 28 near 67th Terrace and The Paseo.

One person critically wounded in Friday night shooting in south KCMO

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One person suffered life-threatening gunshot wounds Friday night in south KCMO. Police said the shooting happened in the 3400 block of East Red Bridge Road. Officers are looking for a blue Chevrolet Trailblazer with a broken rear passenger side light. This a developing story. Check back for updates.

New scam involving stolen mail, identity theft reported in Clay County

The Clay County Sheriff's Office is warning residents about a new approach from thieves to steal mail. A Clay County man recently had his identity stolen when scammers had his mail forwarded to an address in Florida. From there, they were able to steal his identity and set up credit card accounts.

Kansas City woman wonders who is signing for her medication deliveries

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - From bills to birthday cards, we rely on the U.S. Postal Service to deliver it all. But one woman has questioned how her medication is being handled. Sue Masoner gets a prescription delivered by mail-her insurance plan actually charges her extra if she uses a traditional pharmacy.

Multiple suspects in custody after incident near National Golf Club Course in Parkville

Authorities say multiple suspects are in custody after an incident near the National Golf Club Course in Parkville, Missouri.Police said authorities with the Platte County Sheriff's Office were following a vehicle they believed to have been stolen when the vehicle stopped near North National Drive.

St. Louis man enters plea in 1985 Roeland Park homicide

OLATHE, Kan. - A St. Louis man has entered a plea in the fatal stabbing of a Roeland Park man more than 30 years ago. Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said Geter Watson Rhymes has pleaded no contest to one count of second-degree murder in the death of Gary Watson.

Cass County Sheriff's deputy vehicle hit during police pursuit

A man is under arrest after leading authorities on a police pursuit Friday morning in Cass County. The Cass County Traffic Unit attempted to conduct a vehicle stop on a motorist who was speeding in the area of Interstate 49 and MO 2 Highway.

Family says deadly stabbing of Kansas City 14 year-old was premeditated

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Vicenta Guzman still remembers the day her 14-year-old was stabbed and killed after an incident in the bathroom of Northeast Middle School. "Being my only baby, it's hard," Vicenta said during a rally outside the Family Justice Center Friday.

Dozens at KCK rally want justice for man killed by KCK police

Calls for justice in Kansas City, Kansas, after Amaree'ya Henderson, 25, was killed by a KCK police officer two weeks.The shooting happened last month at 12th and Metropolitan.Attorneys representing Henderson say he was unarmed when he was shot.Henderson's family and supporters gathered in downtown Kansas City, Kansas, demanding justice for his death.

Mom who lost daughter to celebratory gunfire reacts to lawmakers passing Blair's Law

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Legislation that increases the penalties for celebratory gunfire was passed by lawmakers in both chambers of the Missouri legislature on Thursday. Lawmakers approved Blair's Law, which is named after Blair Shanahan Lane. The 11-year-old was struck and killed by a bullet fire during Fourth of July celebrations in 2011.

Ex-Kansas Legislator Convicted of COVID Relief Fraud Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in US Prison

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A former Kansas lawmaker who was convicted of 12 felonies for lying on applications for federal COVID-19 relief was sentenced Thursday to two years and three months in prison, according to online court records. An attorney for former Republican state Rep.

Crime package receives final approval; goes to governor for signature - Missourinet

The Missouri Legislature has given final approval to a wide-ranging crime package. The bill would bolster penalties for assault on a law enforcement animal, streamline the process to clear criminal records and create a conviction review unit to give Missourians a chance to have their day in court. Sen.

"Mama" Serves Up Meals, Love to KCPD Employees

Horton is an administrative assistant in the Criminal Records Section, helping to organize and categorize criminal records computer entries for stolen property, missing people, and city, state, and federal warrants. Her work brings faster resolutions to people whose property was stolen, ensures those reported missing are being searched for by as many people as possible, and brings justice to those that are wanted for committing crimes.

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