Kansas City Crime Scene: Police Award Volunteer New Car

Tonight we share another round of links to EXCEPTIONAL LOCAL CRIME REPORTING along with news from court cases, ongoing investigations and just a bit on police action that involves well-deserves and EARNED rewards.

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KC 360 PART 2: Building trust, buy-in takes time

Kansas City community leaders are trying a new, ambitious approach to drastically reduce how many people are hurt or killed in the city.

Testimony begins to determine if juvenile will be tried as adult in Chiefs rally shooting

A Jackson County judge heard testimony Tuesday as part of a certification hearing to determine if a 16-year-old will be tried as an adult in connection with the Chiefs rally shooting.

KCK brothers sentenced to prison for shooting at police officers

A pair of brothers from Kansas City, Kan., will serve prison time for shooting at officers in August 2020.

Johnson County judge seals court records in death of Cole Brings Plenty

A Johnson County, Kansas, judge ruled Friday that court documents related to the death investigation of actor Cole Brings Plenty will be sealed.

Repeat sex offender in Platte County found guilty of rape of young teen: prosecutor

Joseph E. Ginn was found guilty of raping a 14-year-old girl multiple times between 2016 and 2017.

Former Overland Park officer among 4 members of law enforcement killed in North Carolina

Eight law enforcement officers were shot during a shootout while serving a warrant Monday afternoon in Charlotte, North Carolina,

KCPD Gifts Vehicle To Volunteer

When a community partner offered Byrd a car to donate, Byrd instantly thought of Miller. During COVID, Byrd and Miller met, giving away food at East Patrol. When there was leftover food, Miller joined Byrd, driving around and handing out meals at bus stops.

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