The Kansas City Police Department released a 29-second video of surveillance of a man who may have information about the death of bar owner Mike Darby who was reportedly killed May 18, 2017, while walking his dogs along the Indian Creek Trail. "We're thankful for all of the support and help," said Brian Darby of Leawood, son of Mike Darby. "We're just trying to sleep at night and finding my dad's killer will help that." The Darby family has raised to $5,000 the reward for information in the death of Mike Darby.
Kansas City police are asking the public for information about a man seen in this surveillance video, which was taken along Indian Creek Trail. The person in this video is not considered a suspect, but is someone police believe "may have vital information" in the homicide of 61-year-old Mike Darby who was found dead the morning of May 18.
Around two hundred law enforcement officers from several agencies searched the Jackson County Detention Center in Kansas City for several hours early Monday as part of an ongoing investigation. FBI officials, who began a probe of the jail two years ago, d
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Wendy Ewing defends her son, Jacob Ewing, as he faces allegations of rape and aggravated criminal sodomy. His trial begins Monday, June 26, 2017, in Holton, Kan. Michelle McCormick, an advocate for victims of sex crimes, shares perspective on how the alle
Interim Kansas City Police Chief David Zimmerman said the Police Department is looking at ways to combat the surge of violent gun crimes in recent months. "We will be deploying some of our assets that are flexible and we are looking forward to getting that fully implemented, " Zimmerman said at a community meeting on June 5, 2017, at the Southeast Community Center in Kansas City. "Hopefully, it will have some impact on violent crime, especially in certain areas in the city. We are constantly looking at ways to try to retool what we are doing." Video by Tammy Ljungblad/The Star.