A concerted effort of family, neighbors, police, the Kansas City No Violence Alliance and the Jackson County prosecutor’s office searched for information about the murder of Myeisha Turner and her 3-year-old daughter, Damiah White, near 53rd Street and Brooklyn Avenue. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker talked with Cheryl Turner, mother and grandmother of those slain.
A concerted effort of family, neighbors, police, the Kansas City No Violence Alliance and the Jackson County prosecutor’s office searched for information about the murder of Myeisha Turner and her 3-year-old daughter, Damiah White, near 53rd Street and Brooklyn Avenue. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker talked with Cheryl Turner, mother and grandmother of those slain. File photo The Kansas City Star
A concerted effort of family, neighbors, police, the Kansas City No Violence Alliance and the Jackson County prosecutor’s office searched for information about the murder of Myeisha Turner and her 3-year-old daughter, Damiah White, near 53rd Street and Brooklyn Avenue. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker talked with Cheryl Turner, mother and grandmother of those slain. File photo The Kansas City Star

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