Police in Kansas City have one man in custody, but are looking for at least one more person following a chase that ended up in Kansas City, KS. Around 8:30 p.m., police began to chase at least two people in car who were wanted in a strong armed robbery that happened just north of Barry Road on North Madison Avenue. Kansas City police followed the car across the state line and later took the man into custody near the intersection of North 34th Street and Lathrop Avenue in KCK.
Police in Raytown are investigating a shooting report after a victim showed up at the Raytown Police Department. A woman was shot twice at a gas station at 6509 Raytown Road, then was taken to the police station at 10000 E. 59th Street. Three men were taken into custody by police. Two were taken into custody at the gas station by police, while the third suspect was arrested at the station. The call came out around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday night.
Police in Kansas City have one man in custody, but are looking for at least one more person following a chase that ended up in Kansas City, KS. Around 8:30 p.m., police began to chase at least two people in a car who were wanted in a strong armed robbery that happened just north of Barry Road on North Madison Avenue. Kansas City police followed the car across the state line and later took the man into custody near the intersection of North 34th Street and Lathrop Avenue in KCK.
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Selecting a term
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