A “No Trespassing” sign was visible Thursday afternoon in the yard of the house in Kansas City where Wednesday night police shot and killed a man after a 12-hour standoff.
A “No Trespassing” sign was visible Thursday afternoon in the yard of the house in Kansas City where Wednesday night police shot and killed a man after a 12-hour standoff. KEITH MYERS The Kansas City Star
A “No Trespassing” sign was visible Thursday afternoon in the yard of the house in Kansas City where Wednesday night police shot and killed a man after a 12-hour standoff. KEITH MYERS The Kansas City Star

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