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Sharp-Eyed Resident Alerts Police to Burglars Leaving the Scene of the Crime

A resident summoned Raytown Police on Tuesday afternoon, June 7th after discovering their home in the 9300 block of E. 81st St. had been burglarized. The resident had left home for less than fifteen minutes and returned to see a suspicious car pulling away from the curb in front the house. Suspicion aroused, the resident was able to note a description of the car, the four people in it and the license plate number as the car left. Upon then discovering the home broken into, the resident immediately telephoned police with all that had been seen.

The thorough description allowed responding officers to identify the suspect vehicle when they encountered it turning onto 350 Hwy. Officers stopped the car near Gregory Blvd. Two of the four people in the car immediately got out and were confronted by officers. However, the remaining occupants then fled in the car. As officers arrested the first two suspects, another responding police car located the fleeing suspect car and attempted to stop it. The car fled South on Raytown Rd. An officer pursued the car to 87th St and then west to I-435. The suspect driver could not maintain control and crashed the car on the I-435 on-ramp. The driver jumped out and fled on foot, leaving the passenger in the car complaining of injury. The passenger was taken into custody and treated at a local hospital where he refused treatment. Property from the burglarized home and a loaded pistol were found in the car and seized by the officers.

Officers tracked the driver of the car to a motel west of the interstate where the Kansas City and Raytown Police Departments organized search teams. The motel was searched and the suspect eventually located hiding in a laundry room cabinet on the motel’s top floor. He was taken into custody without further incident. All four were eventually taken to the jail at Raytown Police Headquarters pending the filing of criminal charges.

PART II The Charges and the Photos

All four were arraigned in Jackson County Circuit Court on June 8th and turned over to the Jackson County jail in lieu of bond:

Domonica F. Williams, a twenty four year old Kansas City woman, was charged with Second Degree Burglary and Stealing in connection with the event. Her bond was set at $50,000.00.

Donovan L. Haliburton, a twenty six year old Kansas City man, was also charged with Second Degree Burglary and Stealing. His bond was set at $50,000.00

Darius D. Maggard, a twenty three year old Kansas City man, was charged with Second Degree Burglary and Stealing with a bond set at $75,000.00

Charles E. Williams, a twenty year old Kansas City man, was charged with Second Degree Burglary, Stealing and Resisting Arrest by Fleeing and Creating a Risk of Serious Injury or Death to Others. His bond was set at $75,000.00

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