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David Jungerman charged in the murder of Kansas City lawyer Thomas Pickert

Raytown resident and businessman David Jumgerman has been charged with the muder of Thomas Pockert. The presumed motive was that Mr. Pickert won a multi million dollar judgement against Mr. Jungerman in a case involving Mr. Jungerman shooting unarmed trespassers on his property. Mr. Jungerman has twice made major news in the past. The first time was for suing the City of Raytown, claiming that the Police lost his Rolex watch, when he was arrested for pointing a weapon at children on his property. The second was for putting a large billboard on the side of a truck calling Democrats parasites. It was later revealed the Mr. Jungerman was the biggest recipient of Federal farm aid in the area. You can learn more on this by clicking HERE.  Some of the supportive links in this archived article no longer work.

The following videos are courtesy of KCTV 5 news, and we thank them for providing the code to embed these videos in this article.

http://www.kctv5.com/clip/14265616/raw-widow-of-slain-brookside-attorney-reflects-on-loss-of-husband
http://www.kctv5.com/clip/14265587/raw-charges-announced-in-murder-of-kansas-city-lawyer-thomas-pickert

Raytown City Manager Resigns

On Friday April 6th 2018 the city manager of Raytown (Tom Cole) turned in his resignation.  Mr. Cole indicated he had a desire to pursue other paths in life before it was too late.  He will be missed.

The following is a list of some of the city employees that have quit since 2015.

Tom Cole city administrator
John Benson community development director
Mahesh Sharma city administrator 
Mark Loughry finance director
Briana Burrichter finance director
Katie Horner public works director
Brenda Gustufson public information officer
This seems like a high turnover rate.