Kansas City Crime Scene: Guv Parson Vetoes Blair's Law & White Dude Robs CVS

We've got a lot of items to cover in this compilation but the most important is Guv Parson on the wrong side of legislation against celebratory gunfire . . . 

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Gov. Parson vetoes bill that includes 'Blair's Law' on celebratory gunfire

Gov. Mike Parson has vetoed a Missouri bill that includes "Blair's Law," aiming to criminalize celebratory gunfire across the state.

Missouri governor explains why he vetoed bill that included Blair's Law

"[T]hese unintended consequences unfortunately outweigh the good," the governor said, in part. "I cannot sign this bill with these provisions as they are currently written."

In other crime reporting news . . .

Kansas City man with chronic DWI history allegedly stole KCATA bus, led cops on chase

The bus operator was in the bathroom when the bus was stolen from 74th and Broadway streets, a KCATA spokeswoman said.

Police search for man who robbed CVS store on July 5 in south Kansas City, Missouri

KCMO police need the public's help to find a man who robbed a CVS store on July 5 in south Kansas City.

KC man sentenced to 46 years in prison for murder, kidnapping

A Kansas City, Missouri, man has been sentenced to 46 years in prison more than two years after the kidnapping and murder of Gilberto Gutierrez, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced Thursday.

Grain Valley murder trial gets into KCK woman's death

As the trial continues for a Grain Valley couple accused of murder, witness testimony dove into what happened to Kensie Aubrey before she died.

KCPD seeking to identify suspect vehicle from robbery

The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect vehicle from a July 3 robbery.

Family of Kansas City hit-and-run victim remember his life and ask for tips

The family of Kyle Clary, the 36-year-old brother, father of three and fiancé who was struck and killed by a driver last month, is hoping for the driver to be held responsible.

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