Kansas City Crime Scene: Anti-Gun Signage Might Not Work

Right now we take a moment to catch up on ALLEGED local misdeeds, court cases, and police action.

And we saved the most interesting debate for last . . . 

In a story about signage one of the VERY BEST TKC READERS reminds us:

In Missouri, for places that want to dissuade locals from entering with a gun, OFFICIAL SIGNAGE IS REQUIRED. It's actually part of the legislation. 

Sadly, it probably doesn't help much to thwart the kind of people who would shoot up a mall but still something to consider.

Check TKC news gathering . . .

KC woman dies in crash after speeding away from an attempted traffic stop Sunday, police say

Police said the vehicle Te'Onna Davis-Cannon was driving fled from police, who did not pursue

2 Kansas City-area men sentenced to federal prison for distributing methamphetamine

A federal judge sentenced two men to federal prison Thursday for distributing methamphetamine.

Kansas Supreme Court affirms death penalty conviction in quadruple murder case - Kansas Reflector

The state's highest court on Friday rejected a man convicted of capital murder's appeal against the death penalty.

Missouri courts ask for $3.7 million to help clear marijuana charges from criminal records

At the same time when courts are required to dig through decades of non-digitized records for expungements, they are also involved in a large redacting project to make court records accessible online. Missouri courts have granted more than 103,000 expungements so far.

Former KC bank exec pleads guilty to evading anti-money laundering rules - Kansas City Business Journal

Longtime Kansas City banker Peter McVey faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty in federal court to violating anti-money laundering regulations.

Family-owned business damaged after Crown Center shooting

A shooting at Crown Center on Wednesday night left six people injured and some businesses inside are dealing with the damage left behind.

'People who violate laws also don't read signs,' attorney says of Crown Center weapon policies

Following a mass shooting at Crown Center on Wednesday, KSHB 41 reached out to hear about the building's staffing for security.

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