Kansas City Crime Scene: Midweek Mugshots & Capitol Riot Consequences Cont'd

Lots to cover in this post on the topic of court cases, police action and community outreach ahead of Super Bowl . . .

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Kansas City man who spent 18 seconds in Capitol on Jan. 6 gets probation, home detention

"His need to be part of the action, to be one of the many to dare to step foot inside, overcame his better judgment."

Cass County prosecutors charge St. Joseph man with child endangerment after crash

Cass County prosecutors charged a St. Joseph man with felony child endangerment after he crashed a vehicle in a police pursuit on Monday.

'There is a lot of hope': KCK's 1st ever cold case unit hits 2 year mark, makes progress on several cases

This month marks two years since the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department launched its first ever cold case unit.

2 charged after muddy footprints lead to arrest in wake of Liberty burglary

Two Missouri residents remain behind bars after a trail of muddy footprints led to their arrest in Liberty after an early-morning burglary over the weekend.

Blue Springs police to use 3-word technology to locate people in emergencies

The Blue Springs Police Department is now using what3words technology to better locate people in emergencies.

Missouri prosecutor seeks to overturn the conviction of an inmate who has spent decades on death row

A Missouri prosecutor now believes that inmate Marcellus Williams is innocent of the crime that landed him on death row and very nearly cost him his life, and is seeking to overturn his conviction.

Annual crime victims' service awards open for nominations in Kansas

The annual crime victims' service awards are open for nominations in Kansas.

Teacher Accused of Sex With Boy, 16, as Students Kept Watch Extradited

Those charges all stem from her alleged sexual assault of a 16-year-old student whose own father knew that the boy was having sexual relations with the married mother, according to police.

How Cori Bush's private security payments prompted a criminal investigation

Over the course of what is approaching four years, Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) has spent north of $750,000 from her campaign on security services.

Platte County Sheriff's Office to wear Chiefs gear in support of Super Bowl

The Platte County Sheriff's Office announced its members can modify their uniforms for the next two weeks to support the Kansas City Chiefs.

KCPD Helps Raise $165,000 For Special Olympics

In conjunction with the Lee's Summit Police Department, the Kansas City Missouri Police Department hosted the 2024 Polar Plunge on January 27, helping to raise more than $165,000 for Special Olympics Missouri.

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