Wreck shuts down I-470 eastbound near Saint Luke's East Hospital
Monday, October 16, 2017 8:54 PM EDT
Monday, October 16, 2017 8:54 PM EDT
By Nick Sloan, Digital ProducerBy Marc Jacobs, Assignment Editor
LEE'S SUMMIT, MO (KCTV) -
Interstate 470 eastbound is closed just past Douglas Street following a rollover wreck involving multiple vehicles. The extent of injuries are unknown at this time, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol.
The University of Kansas police are investigating an aggravated robbery that occurred on campus early Saturday morning. Police spokesperson, Deputy Chief James Anguiano, said that shortly before 2 a.m., a man was walking on Jayhawk Boulevard near the information booth at Wescoe Hall when he was approached by four men. The victim was then punched by one of the men, who then took his wallet and phone.
A second man has been charged in connection to a fatal shooting that happened at Troost Market in south Kansas City. Gerry Strickland, 28, was charged Monday afternoon with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. Andrew L. Holmes was shot and killed on Sept. 13 at Troost Market. Dante Oliver, 23, of Kansas City, MO, was charged last week with second-degree murder and armed criminal action.
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