On 11/24/16 at 1048 P.M., Raytown Police was alerted by the family of Cenola Dale that she was missing. The family reported Ms. Dale had been missing since Thanksgiving evening when she walked away from the home, located in the area of 10400 block of East 69th Street in Raytown. Ms. Dale is a black female, 83 years of age approximately 5’0” and 160 lbs. She was last seen wearing a black leather jacket, a skirt and a plaid scarf. Ms. Dale does not have a vehicle and uses public transportation to travel. Prior to Ms. Dale’s disappearance she had made statements of traveling to the area of Oklahoma City to see family. Ms. Dale has been without her required medication.
A Silver Alert was issued for Ms. Dale regarding her disappearance. If anyone knows her whereabouts or has any information please call the Tips hotline at (816) 474-TIPS (8477).
A man killed in a shooting at a Raytown gas station has been identified. Marlin D. Williams, a 24 year old Kansas City man has died as a result of the shooting Saturday night, 11-19-16, which occurred in the 5200 block of Blue Ridge Cutoff.
One man has died after a shooting at a Raytown gas station in the 5200 block of Blue Ridge Cutoff on Saturday night, 11-19-16. Police were called at about 7:09 p.m. regarding the sound of shots fired. Officers arrived and found two adult men that had been shot, in the lot. Both men were transported to a hospital. One of the men has died, and the seriousness of injury to the other man was not known. The age and name of the deceased man was not known.
No arrests have been made in connection to the incident. The investigation was ongoing.
Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call TIPS Hotline, at 816-474-8477 (TIPS.)
A 24-year-old Raytown, MO, man faces a murder, assault and other felony charges for firing multiple times into a stranded vehicle with four women, killing one and injuring others, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Deandre M. Jackson, dob: 12/1/1991, faces Murder 2nd Degree, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, three counts of Assault 1st Degree, and five counts of Armed Criminal Action charges.*
According to court records filed today, police were dispatched on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016, to 21st and Cleveland on a shooting and found four female victims who were suffering from gunshot wounds. One of the victims, Maryanna Pennington, died from her wounds.
Investigation of the scene, according to court records, revealed that the victim’s vehicle had stopped due to a broken front axle. The victims had called for assistance. Nearly three dozen shell casings were found at the scene around the vehicle. Witnesses and victims told police that a shooter was “Day Day” who was Deandre Jackson. One said he had been fighting with one of the victims that day. Another witness also identified the defendant as the person who opened up the front passenger door of the stranded vehicle and shot into the vehicle.
Prosecutors requested a bond of $500,000 cash. The case remains under investigation.
A 35 year old Raytown resident Raymond C. Hoblia was arrested in the Brookside area of Kansas City. A man in the 400 block of W. 59th Terrace saw Hoblia trying to open a sliding door side of his home. The he called police. Officers already nearby responded. The officers found the suspect in a nearby house. A K-9 officer was brought in and apprehended Hoblia who was hiding in a bedroom closet.
While all the news refers to Hoblia as a Kansas City man, the charging documents give his address in the 5900 block of Kentucky Ave. which is in the heart of Raytown. Hoblia has felony convictions in 2001 for Robbery and Armed Criminal Action and another conviction in 2011 for Burglary. Both these convictions were for crimes committed in Jackson County, MO.
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A 91 year old Raytown resident was robbed recently in her home. After items in the home started disappearing, the woman’s son installed a surveillance system in the home and the theft was caught on video.
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Two KC men charged in Raytown burglary that ended in gunfire on July 3, 2016, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Arnett W. McNeal Jr., dob: 6/6/1971, faces Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer in the 1st Degree, and Burglary in the 2nd Degree, while Saintino J. Garner, dob: 3/18/1996, faces Burglary in the 2nd Degree.*
According to court records, the defendants told Raytown Police Department detectives that they entered the home and grabbed a change jar, a handgun and other items. When police entered the residence, Arnett said he panicked. Police video showed McNeal grabbed a gun and pointed it, then the officer fired at McNeal.
The incident remains under investigation.
From the Police Report review of the body cam.
(Det. YYY is reviewing the tape in this report)
Office XXX walked up to the door that led inside the house. Inside the house the lights were. illuminated . Det. YYY saw an entry way with what appeared to be a washer and dryer just inside and to the left. Det. YYY saw what appeared to be glass on the entry way door and a single broken window pane out of the door. Officer XXX walked inside the threshold. Del. YYY immediately saw two black males inside a kitchcn that was directly inside the entry way. The two black males had items in their hands. One male wearing a red colored sweatshirt appeared to be holding clothing while the other male wearing a grey colored sweatshirt appeared to be holding ajar of some sort.
The male in the red colorcd sweatshirt was latcr identified as Saintino J. Garncr a black male born, 03·18- 1996. The male in the grey colored sweatshirt was later identified as Arnett Waymon McNeal Jr. a blaek male born, 06-06- 1971.
Officer XXX yelled “Hands! Gel on the ground! Gel on the ground both of you! “As Officer XXX was giving commands McNeal grabbed what appeared to be a black colored handgun kitchen table that he was standing next to. McNeal grabbed the gun with his left hand and pointed it at Officcr XXX. Officer XXX fired one gunshot at McNeal. McNeal dropped the gun and remained standing. Officer XXX gave both McNeal and Garner commands to get on the ground. Both complied and laid down on the floor. Officer notified Police Headquarters that ” shots were fired”. McNeal said, “You shot me”. Officer XXX asked where McNeal was shot. McNeal responded with , ” In the stomach” . Officer XXX notified he needed an ambulance.
Officer XXX placed McNeal in handcuffs. Officer XXX asked someone if they could handcuff Garner. Det. YYY then saw Officer ZZZ in the kitchen placing handcuffs on Garner.
At approximately 9:41 PM Raytown officers responded to a residential burglar alarm in the 6200 block of Ralston. When the officers arrived they found two men inside the house. When the officers confronted the men, one of them pointed a hand gun at the officers. One of the officers fired once and struck one subject in the abdomen. The man who was struck was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries and the other was taken into custody. The officers were not injured. The officer involved was placed on leave while the investigation continues
The office of Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney, has charged Michael S. Page, a 36 year old Raytown man, with the sexual assault of a woman in the yard of a residence in the 8600 block of Hawthorne Avenue, yesterday afternoon, 05-04-2016. Minutes after the police arrived at the scene, Raytown police officers and detectives located Page and took him into custody.
From Jackson County charging documents
In a statement to the Raytown detectives Page admitted to arranging a meeting with the victim in an area he was familiar with (but not his residence) on a website.
After the attack, Page stated that he rode his bike to his residence in the 9900 block of E. 85th St and ditched the mask and hoodie he wore along with the victims cell phone.
He then got back on his bike intending to ride it to his ex-fiancee’s residence and was subsequently apprehended by the Raytown Police Dept.
The office of Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney, has charged Kevon M. Jones, a 21 year old Raytown man, with the stabbing of his father at their residence in the 8600 block of East 83 Street, last night, 04-25-2016. Jones was taken into custody at the scene.
A 21-year-old Raytown man has been charged in connection with his father’s assault and stabbing, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Kevon M. Jones faces Domestic Assault in the 1st Degree and Armed Criminal Action.*
According to court records, Raytown police found the 46-year-old victim at his residence. The defendant told police officers that he stabbed his father but had no reason to do so except he was angry.
Raytown Police are looking for any witnesses of a Motor Vehicle Accident, involving injuries, at Blue Ridge Boulevard and Sterling, last Thursday (03/24/2016,) at approximately 3:40 p.m. The crash involved two vehicles, a pickup truck and a sport utility vehicle. A power pole was knocked down during the crash. Two people suffered minor injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment. Nobody involved fled the scene. The investigation is ongoing.
Traffic Investigators request that anyone that may have witnessed the crash call Officer Sheets at 816-737-6112.
Raytown Police are asking the public for information on the whereabouts of Malcolm D. Johnson, a 26 year old Kansas City man. Johnson has been charged with Murder 2nd Degree and Armed Criminal Action, in connection with the shooting death of Monteario Hogan, 22 years old, which occurred on October 24, 2014, at a shopping center in the 5200 block of Blue Ridge Boulevard, in Raytown, Missouri.
Anyone with information as to his whereabouts is asked to call the Raytown Police Department at 816-737-6020 or the T.I.P.S. Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477.)
May 13, 2012, Raytown resident Harry Stone, 60, was on a morning jog. He was on Blue Ridge Blvd when a dark car passed by near 67th Street. Someone in the passing vehicle shot Stone who collapsed alongside the road.
Nearly four years later, a Kansas City man who was 20 in May 2012 has been charged in connection with Stone’s murder, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Craig L. Brown, now 24 (dob: 6/25/1991) faces Murder 2nd Degree.*
According to court records, Stone was transported to an area hospital and in a dying declaration to a physician said two black males with “dreads” shot him. Stone died in surgery. Almost three years later, on Feb. 1, 2015, Craig L. Brown was in an auto accident near 43rd and Pittman Road in Kansas City. Police secured a pistol, a black Glock 19 semi-automatic, found in the vehicle’s glove box. In June 2015, detectives in the Kansas City Police Department crime lab test fired the gun taken from Brown’s vehicle and, according to the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network, it matched the gun used to kill Stone.
Detectives from Raytown and Kansas City police tracked down the purchaser of the handgun, who lived in Kansas City at the time of Stone’s fatal shooting, according to court records. She stated she purchased it for a boyfriend who is now in federal prison. Detectives interviewed that boyfriend. In November 2015, he identified Brown, known as CJ, as the person who shot Stone. He sold to Brown the gun purchased by his girlfriend in 2012, he told the detectives. Brown had dreads at that time.
Detectives, according to court records, located the owner of the vehicle passing Stone when he was shot. The vehicle in the video recovered from a nearby gas station was similar to a vehicle that had been stopped by Raytown and Kansas City police before and after the fatal shooting of Stone in Raytown. The vehicle belonged to Brown’s girlfriend. In an interview with Raytown and Kansas City detectives, Brown identified the vehicle in the BP gas station video that captured Stone’s shooting as his girlfriend’s vehicle. He also stated he often drove the vehicle then, and another witness corroborated for police that Brown often drove the vehicle around the time that Stone was killed.
Raytown Police were called to the scene of a reported bank robbery at the Bank of America on 63rd St. at about 1:19 p.m. Friday afternoon (09/11/2015). A lone, unshaven, light-complected black man in his thirties, carrying a brown accordion folder passed a note to a teller demanding money. No weapon was displayed and no injuries were reported. The man was described as having an average build; about 5’ 8” to 5’ 10” tall; wearing wire framed glasses, a Kansas City Chief’s ball cap, and a long sleeved grey hoodie. He fled the bank on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has assumed the investigation.
Police would like anyone with information about this or any other crime to call the TIPS hotline at (816) 474-TIPS (8477).
Raytown Police have identified the victim of yesterday’s shooting as 31 year old Danny L. Dean of Kansas City, Kansas. Dean was shot in a parking lot at the corner of 66th Terr. and Raytown Rd. Thursday evening (09/10/2015) just before 6:00 p.m. A plain clothed policeman heard the shots from across the street where there was also an ambulance crew. Officers and paramedics were on the scene almost immediately and Dean was very quickly removed to an area hospital, but was pronounced dead.
Police believe that there were groups of people that met in the parking lot that evening for what investigators believe was some sort of criminal enterprise. After some talking and visits back and forth between the various cars, the business ended abruptly with Dean being shot by someone from one of the other cars. Police have the car in which Dean arrived and have identified those that arrived in it. Another car was seen leaving the scene of the incident and was captured in this bit of surveillance video:
Raytown Police are at the scene of shooting in a parking lot at 66th Terr. and Raytown Rd. A few minutes before 6:00 p.m. this evening, a plain clothed officer in a nearby building radioed for patrol cars to meet him there where he had just heard the sound of shots. At about the same time, dispatchers were receiving a call of gunfire in the parking lot. The plain clothed officer radioed that a light grey or silver car with a “boxy” rear end appeared to be fleeing the scene and was last seen eastbound on 67th St. As Officers arrived it was reported that one man was shot and lying in the parking lot. That man was taken from the scene to an area hospital and pronounced dead shortly thereafter. The victim has not been identified.
Police say that it appears that the fleeing car, or one like it, had been in contact with the victim in the parking lot. It was reportedly occupied by at least three persons, and possibly more. Witnesses tell police that all of the persons involved appeared to be in their twenties, were black, and included both male and female. Any one with information about this, or any other crime are asked to call the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS (8477).
Two patrol cars were damaged in a non-injury collision while responding to the call.
From the Raytown Police Dept.
Man Charged In Raytown Shooting
Raytown, MO – A 25-year-old Raytown man has been charged in the shooting Monday evening of another man in front of a Raytown residence, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Michael D. Monroe-Davis, dob 10/22/1989, faces Assault 1st Degree and Armed Criminal Action.*
According to court records, the 23-year-old victim was found by Raytown police who responded to a reported shooting in the 9400 block of East 82nd Street in Raytown. Witnesses told police that the defendant shot the man after they had been fighting inside the residence and in the front yard. The defendant pulled out a handgun and shot the victim one time in the chest. Then he left the scene. Raytown and Kansas City police found the defendant hiding in a house in Kansas City the next day and he was arrested.
Prosecutors have requested a bond of $250,000/10 percent.
From the Jackson County Prosecutors Press release.
On 08-17-15 at around 1653 hours, Officers were dispatched to 9418 E. 82nd St. Raytown, Missouri
64138 regarding a shooting. Officers arrived and observed that Mr. William L. Jones black male born 08-
06-1992 suffering from a gunshot wound to his chest. Witnesses stated that Mr. Michael Monroe-Davis
black male born 10-22-1989, with a street name “Meechi” shot Mr. Jones after a physical fight. They
began to argue inside of 9418 E. 82nd St. Raytown, Missouri and continued to the front yard. Witnesses
stated while outside Mr. Monroe-Davis pulled out a silver semi-automatic handgun and shot Mr. Jones in
the chest one time. Witnesses stated Mr. Monroe-Davis ran to his black Ford F-250 pickup truck, leaving
the scene. The victim was later transported to an area hospital.
On 08-18-15 at around 1600 hours, Detective Wolsey received an anonymous tip that Mr. Monroe-Davis
was hiding in a house located at 62xx E. 17th St. Kansas City, Missouri. The tipster also stated the
suspect’s truck was located in the area of 62xx E. 151h Terrace Kansas City, Missouri, abandoned behind a
vacant house. Detectives Wolsey and Scott Gillespie located Mr. Monroe-Davis’ truck in an alley behind
the said address. Detective Wolsey verified the truck as being a black Ford F-250 Super Duty truck
bearing Missouri license of7DU-xxx with a VJN of IFT7X2B6XEEBxxxxx. Detective Wolsey verified
that the vehicle was stolen 08-11-15 from 22xx SW Walden Place Lee’s Summit, Missouri and that it was
our suspects vehicle. The SHP number for the stolen truck was 150811-08xxxx.
Mr. Monroe-Davis stated on 08-17-15 at around 6:00AM he received threatening text messages from Mr.
Jones. He stated Mr. Jones stated he was going to shoot Mr. Monroe-Davis 3 times. At around 2 or 3:00
PM Mr. Monroe-Davis decided to travel over to 94xx E. 82nd St. Raytown, Missouri 64138 to visit
friends. He stated he drove to the house driving the recovered stolen Ford F-250 listed above. He stated
Mr. Jones was at the house and they began to argue about the threatening text messages. Mr. Monroe-Davis
stated his friends broke the fight up while inside the house. He said he walked outside near the
driveway when Mr. Jones ran outside. Mr. Monroe-Davis said he observed Mr. Jones running towards
him with his right hand behind his leg as if he was holding a gun. Mr. Monroe-Davis stated he pulled the
handgun recovered from his backpack and shot him one time. Mr. Monroe-Davis stated he did not mean
for the gun to go off. Mr. Monroe-Davis stated he thought he killed Mr. Jones so he got back into his
black Ford F-250 and traveled back towards 62xx E. 17th St. Kansas City, Missouri. He said he got into a
short pursuit with KCPD and lost them, later parking the truck behind the 62xx E. 15th Terrace address.
Mr. Monroe-Davis stated he got the handgun from a friend after reading the threatening text messages
from Mr. Jones. Mr. Monroe-Davis had nothing further to add and was taken back to the booking area.
Raytown Police are currently investigating several robberies that have manifested from Craigslist meetings within the last month. Each meeting was in the late evening hours between 8:00 pm and 10:00 pm. Each meeting was to buy/sell electronics and each meeting was in a parking lot. Agreements were made between the buyer and seller to meet to exchange the property for money. The buyers were described as two black males in their late teens. A gun was displayed at two of the robberies while physical force was used during the third.
Raytown Police are encouraging its residents to be proactive when meeting with potential Craigslist buyer/sellers by following a few simple tips.
Trust your instincts.
Don’t go alone.
Insist to meet at a public place such as a police department.
Do not meet in a secluded area.
Do not invite strangers into your home, and do not go to theirs.
Be cautious when buying/selling high value items.
Perform the transaction during daylight hours.
If it sounds too good to be true, it normally is.
Tell a friend or family member about your intentions.
Take your cell phone with you.
Raytown Police Chief James Lynch is offering the parking lot of the Police Station, 10000 E. 59th Street, as a meeting place for those interacting in Craigslist transactions. If you have any information on the Craigslist robberies please call 816-474-TIPS (8477).
Two Raytown brothers have been charged in an alleged rape of a woman in her Raytown apartment, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.
Mark C. Hill and Matthew J. Hill, both born on 1/13/1998, faces a charge of Rape ro Attempted Rape 1st Degree.*
According to court records, the victim, 18, told Raytown Police who responded to the scene in the 9200 block of E. 54th Terrace in Raytown that the Hill brothers, who lived nearby, and at least one other man refused to leave her apartment after entering. They grabbed her and dragged her by the hair, stripped her and forced her to repeatedly have sexual intercourse over about an hour.
Prosecutors have requested a bond of $100,000.
From other sources…
The victim named a third attacker so far only identified as James. The accused are claiming they had consent, but security footage from the accused’s apartment complex has an audio of the accused making statements that are contrary to their claims of consent.
The Raytown Police Department will host a Citizen’s Police Academy from September 9th to October 28th, 2015. The Citizen’s Police Academy gives citizens a chance to learn about the police department and how it operates. Topics covered during this 8 week program include: crime analysis, patrol operations, and many other police functions, units, and divisions. The instructors are the police officers and civilians that actually perform the work.
The academy sessions will be held on Wednesday nights, generally from 5:30 pm to 8:45 pm. It will be held at the Raytown branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library (MCPL,) 6131 Raytown Road.
To register for the Academy:
• Visit the MCPL Events calendar (Raytown,) http://www.mymcpl.org/events • Register in person at the Raytown MCPL • Call the library at 816-353-2052, to register by phone
Upon registration, prospective participants will be contacted by the Raytown Police Department, which must complete a background check on all participants before confirming enrollment in this program. Participants must be at least 18 years old to participate in this program.