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Saturday, October 15, 2016

BREAKING: Two Shot in Kansas City MO's Country Club Plaza

Two people- a female and a male in his teens- were shot in The Plaza around 7:45 pm Saturday evening.

The incident occurred in the 4600 to 4700 blocks of Broadway.

Both victims' injuries were said to be not life-threatening.

The male teen was reportedly shot in a leg.

Police are seeking unspecified suspect(s) in this incident- and the area around 47th Street and Broadway remains closed while KCPD completes their investigation.

BREAKING: Kansas City MO PD "Operation-100" at Shooting Scene

At 1:19 pm Saturday afternoon- KC-MO Fire- EMS and Police East Zone officers were called to a reported "shooting" at a house in the 5000 block of East 41st Terrace.

Police said there was a "female victim lying in the driveway in front" of the house there and that the "male" suspectr "was still inside.

Officers managed to get to the injured female from the front of the house to a waiting EMS unit.

KCFD-EMS "Medic-5" said their patient was "45-years-old" and suffering from several "stab wounds."

She was taken to a medical trauma center in serious condition.

At 1:29 pm- PD called for a tactical squad or "Operation-100" to get the male suspect out of the house.

That Op-100 is underway as of this posting....

Friday, October 14, 2016

BREAKING: Possibly Law Involved in Fatal Shooting in Kansas City MO Northland

Around 10:30 pm Friday night- KC MO fire and police were called to the scene of "a shooting" on the "eastbound Missouri (M) 152 ramp from northbound I-29" .

Arriving KCPD reports "the Missouri State Patrol" was already on the scene- and the first responding officer requested homicide detectives to respond as well.

The victim is believed to be inside of a vehicle.

Parts of the M-152 and I-29 interchange are closed by MHP and KCPD.

KCFD EMS did not transport any victim from the scene.

This was later determined to be a male shot over a road-rage incident and that no law officers were involved in the shooting.

The suspect reportedly called police from a nearby gas station/convenience store and turned himself in.