Olathe police are expected to officially release the name of a young man shot and killed by police Saturday night. Officer Daniel Vasquez was 32 years old, a two-year member of the North Kansas City Police Department.
Two are dead following a shooting Sunday afternoon in the 2000 block of E. 38th Street.Neighbor Lisa Johnson noticed the woman hunched over and nearly crawling toward her and called the police.Federal prosecutors charged a McDonald County couple in the kidnappings and the deaths of a missing northwest Arkansas pregnant woman and her baby.
. Kansas officials are searching for a missing teenager who never returned home from school.Felicia Miller said Britt Reid does not deserve any deal and he should face the maximum sentence for what happened to her daughter Ariel.
The incident was reported near NE 48th Street and Randolph Road Sunday afternoon. .
. An Independence officer shot a man early Thursday morning after police say the man pulled a gun at a gas station.
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Two juveniles are dead following a double-shooting Sunday afternoon. . An investigation is underway and two dogs are dead after an Amazon driverâs body was found in someoneâs yard just outside of Excelsior Springs.
An Excelsior Springs neighbor recorded the arrest of a rape, kidnapping and assault suspect, unaware that a days-long, large-scale investigation would soon follow.When Sheila Albers couldn’t get answers to questions she had after her 17-year-old son was shot and killed by an Overland Park police officer, she didn’t give up. Her story shows how everyday people can leverage public records to shape communities for the better.A North Kansas City School District elementary school was placed on lockdown late Wednesday morning after someone reported to police that they saw a suspicious man who was possible armed with a weapon. KCPD detectives are trying to identify a man following a homicide that happened on Tuesday in the area of 57th & Troost.“With my three kids, how are we going to get here from there? . . It is getting cold out here. I need to be able to shop for them.”.