Tag Archives: Wyandotte County

Sumner Class of 1969: Memories galore highlighted reunion’s ’50th anniversary’

Sumner Class ’69 provides example.  Blog King, Mass Appeal KANSAS CITY — This weekend, yours truly got a chance to attend a concatenation of indelible events tied to the 50th anniversary of mom’s high school reunion. We’re talking Sumner Class of 1969 — back when the segregated institution manufactured multiple state/national championships in arts, science and athletics. Of course, jaundiced ...

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Protesters in Wyandotte County seeking ‘monumental’ changes with KCK Police

Protesters seeking ‘big time’ changes. Blog King, Mass Appeal KANSAS CITY, Kan — No justice, no peace? A coterie of demonstrators in Wyandotte County took it to the streets Wednesday afternoon in what they’re calling a “March for Justice” in downtown Kansas City, Kansas — claiming there’s been “decades of misconduct” by the KCK Police Department. “This will only begin ...

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Big lawsuit claims KCK detective Golubski framed Lamonte McIntyre for murder

KCK Detective facing lawsuit. Blog King, Mass Appeal KANSAS CITY, Kan — Former Kansas City, Kansas police detective Roger Golubski faces litigation for allegedly extorting sex from low income black women. In a lawsuit, filed by Lamonte McIntyre and his mother Rose McIntyre, Golubski is accused of soliciting sexual favors from Rose. When she refused, the lawsuit says Golubski exacted reprisal ...

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Junkie mom pimps her autistic daughter, receives cocaine and cash in exchange

Junkie mom lets thugs molest kid. Blog King, Mass Appeal COLUMBIA — The most disturbing news in recent memory comes from Columbia (Missouri) where 49-year-old Renee Collins is putrefying behind bars after police discovered she allowed drug dealers to have sex with her handicapped 14-year-old daughter in exchange for, get this: cash and cocaine. The middle-aged junkie now faces charges ...

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KCK convicts receive ‘Hard 25’ for attempted murder & robberies

KCK men get ‘Hard 25’ for robberies. Mass Appeal Wire Reports KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Cecil Meggerson and Dyron King, both recently convicted in a string of armed robberies in addition to the shooting of Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Wood in March 2015, received what we in the hood call the “Hard 25” on Thursday which equates to life ...

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