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Kansas Woman Loses Her Second Daughter To Murder
April 27, 2017

Cherri West’s sadness started back in 1999 when her 10-year-old daughter, Pamela Butler, who was playing outside their home, was kidnapped by a person who came there in his pickup truck. Her older sister, Casey Eaton, was the only person who saw the person grab her sister; she was a teenager when the incident happened. She ran behind the truck screaming and a person who saw her in trouble immediately noted the license plate number of the truck. However, the offender succeeded in escaping. The dead body of the girl was found by the police and the offender was identified… Read More →

Overland Park Man Sentenced To Almost 17 Years For Killing Woman
April 13, 2017

On Monday, 38-year-old Christopher Duane Wallace was sentenced to spend 17 years in prison for killing a woman in 2016. Wallace was impaired due to methamphetamine when he killed the woman. According to Wallace, he thought 35-year-old Jennifer Lopez was a zombie when he attacked Lopressor online no prescription He called the cops to the apartment where he lived with Lopez in the 6100 block of Foster Street and told them that he killed his feldene online no prescription After the cops took him into custody, he told that he had been high on methamphetamine and… Read More →

Kansas Supreme Court Orders New Sentencing In 2009 Murder Of Overland Park Teen
March 16, 2017

On Friday, the Kansas Supreme Court Friday ordered a new sentencing hearing for 29-year-old Mattox, who was convicted of kidnapping and murder of an Overland Park teenager back in 2009. He was sentenced to a lifetime in prison, but the sentence was thrown out on Friday by the judge. The same ruling was made in the case of Dustin Hilt, who was also involved in the murder case; but he was again sentenced to “Hard 50” sentence back in 2015. Both offenders are cousins and Hilt was Alyea’s former boyfriend, who was murdered. In the September of 2009, she was… Read More →

Hate Crime Suspected As Kansas Man Shoots 2 Indian Engineers In Kansas
March 3, 2017

Federal authorities are investigating a possible hate crime that happened on Wednesday as an engineer from India was killed and 2 others sustained gunshot wounds when a white US Navy veteran opened fire in a Kansas bar. The home country of the individual who was killed is still in shock for their loss and according to citizens, changing in the policies by U.S. President Donald Trump is the reason of intolerance. People are now facing issues due to the new president’s policy “America First” position on immigration and jobs. “Any loss of life was tragic, but it would be absurd… Read More →

Man Accused Of Kidnapping And Pistol-Whipping Woman In Overland Park
February 13, 2017

38-year-old Ryan Patrick Gaughan of Kansas City has been charged with kidnapping and pistol-whipping a woman in Overland Park. Gaughan was charged in Johnson County District Court with aggravated kidnapping, aggravated battery, aggravated burglary and making a criminal threat. He is being held in the Johnson County Jail on a bond of $500,000. According to Overland police, they were called to a hospital Wednesday where the woman had gone for treatment of her injuries. Police found out that Gaughan and the victim had a prior relationship and the woman had filed a protection order against him in December. Gaughan was… Read More →

Woman And Two Daughters Missing Since Monday Back In Overland Park
January 30, 2017

According to Overland Park Police reports, Abigail J. Tipton and her two twin daughters, Isabella and Sophia Franklin, safely returned home Saturday amoxicillin generic over the counter The woman and her two daughters had gone missing when they were last seen in Overland amitriptyline generic over the counter They were located Saturday. The community and media helped locate Tadalafil generic over the counter No foul play was suspected by the police in the incident. However, they were concerned about the welfare of the twin girls, both 4-year-old. Source:

18 People Charged In Kansas City In Large-Scale Heroin Trafficking Ring
January 17, 2017

2 individuals from Overland Park in their 60s are part of the crime group of 18 individuals who were indicted for relations with Mexican drug cartels. It is shown by the court documents that the 2 Mexican citizens who were living in the country illegally used to distribute 30 pounds of heroin and methamphetamine in the Kansas City area. On Friday, the federal grand jury indictment was made public which includes the lit of names of the 18 group members. They all were charged with: Conspiracy to distribute heroin and methamphetamine Conspiracy to commit money laundering The ring was working… Read More →

30-Year-Old Former Overland Park Police Officer Charged With Making Online Threat
December 5, 2016

30-year-old Rodney Lee Wilson, a former Overland Park police officer, has been charged with posting a threatening Facebook comment on a Dallas woman’s Facebook page. The incident was reported earlier this year and Wilson was fired after that. He was charged with a felony count of criminal threat in Johnson County District Court. According to jail records, Wilson turned himself in to Johnson County authorities on Friday. He now lived in San Diego. His initial court appearance was scheduled on Friday afternoon, and his next court appearance is scheduled to be held on 8 December. The threatening comment appeared on… Read More →

Former Pastor Of A Clifton Ukrainian Orthodox Church Accused In Kansas Of Choking Baby
October 28, 2016

On Thursday, 54-year-old Oleh Zhownirovych, the former pastor of a Clifton Ukrainian Orthodox church, was charged in relation to the choking of a 4-month-old child incident that happened in Kansas. He had been the pastor at the church but left serving the church in 2015. According to the police, the cops responded to a report of a man choking a 4-month-old around 7:23 a.m. on Wednesday. Individuals present at the scene held him until the cops arrived there. It was written in the new release, “The infant was treated at the scene and is expected to be fine.” The mother… Read More →

Kansas City Seen As Part Of Problem In Rising National Violent Crime Rate
October 11, 2016

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – According to experts, Kansas City is responsible for an increase in the rate of murders and violent crimes in the United States. The Uniform crime reporting stats for 2015 released by the FBI showed that the rate of murder raised almost 11% and the rate of other crimes raised 4%. Kansas City is included in the list of cities that are responsible for the increased rate of crime. The percentage of violent crimes increased in the previous year as well. The rate of murders in 2014 was 78 and it increased to 109 last year which… Read More →

42-year-old KC man accused of raping woman in Overland Park
September 27, 2016

42-year-old Dereje Gebremariam of Kansas City has been charged with kidnapping and raping a woman in Overland Park after picking her up from downtown Kansas City. He said to the couple that he is an Uber driver. It is shown by the court documents that on 7th of August, Gebremariam picked up a couple at the Power & Light District. The passengers thought that he is an Uber driver. However, that was not true as explained by the company spokeswoman on Thursday. The couple was going back to a hotel in Overland Park when a motor vehicle was stopped at… Read More →

22-year-old Kansas man to serve 63 months in prison for human trafficking in Omaha
September 6, 2016

22-year-old Jason Gregory Johnson has been sentenced to serve more than five years in jail as he was involved in human trafficking in Omaha. U.S. Senior District Court Judge Robert Pratt sentenced Johnson to 63 months in jail on Thursday for the offense of transporting an individual with the intention to engage in benicar online no prescription A press release showed that the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa said Johnson sent a minor through Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa, where she was used as a prostitute. He received a specific percentage of the amount earned… Read More →