MO MO - Four similar homicides on Indian Creek Trail in Kansas City Aug 2016 *arrest*

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  1. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    This is my first time posting so let me know if not correct. I wanted to ask about the man who asked the daughter that there was a dead body ahead and to call police. The girls mother posted to fox4news fb while girl spoke with police... WHO IS THIS MAN?
    http://fox4kc.com/2017/05/29/police-investigating-body-found-near-trolley-track-trail/

    Wow! hope i did this correctly...am on a chromebook and unsure how to copy links...this is the only reference i could find to this "man". I live fairly close to all these trails and one will be built right outside my window soon, so I have been following this. All were close to each other.
     


  2. crimenerd

    crimenerd New Member

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    Yes, you did it perfectly. I agree that the "man" who alerted the little girl about a dead body on a trail, well, that's just plain weird. He should alert police. Did he not have a cell phone? Did he do it and needed an excuse for being in the area? I agree, who is this man and have the KCPD spoken to him?

    I am also very curious about the huge uptick in homicides (of all races, genders, ages) in Kansas City. I've been a resident for 3 years and it has gotten (statistically) a lot worse. I don't know what is going on. I do know that Troost and Prospect (major roads in E KC) are often in the news regarding gang activity. Kansas City is also implementing a Summer Curfew for minors at certain venues.

    http://kcmo.gov/curfew/

     
  3. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    If one is biking or running these trails are all very close and connected. Did the "Man" stay with girl? The girl is said to have spoken to police about body. I have not found any reference to this "man" in any other article. Has anyone else? The victim was on a trail off the main trail...how did the man know this?
     
  4. VictoriaH

    VictoriaH New Member

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    I just think the man was probably out walking his dogs and didn't have his cellphone on him and alerted the first person he saw to call police.
     
  5. Nick_1

    Nick_1 Verified Former Law Enforcement Data Analyst

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    Link to the source for police saying their was no sign of a struggle?
     
  6. Nick_1

    Nick_1 Verified Former Law Enforcement Data Analyst

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    Rounds or bullets are minuscule when compared to the size of the average human body. It's a common misconception that law enforcement typically can recover rounds that hit the human body. That's not the case. Fragmentation occurs when the round impacts the body, to what extent is determined by the caliber among other things. Either way, rounds recovered from the body aren't shiny and easy to compare right off the bat as depicted by television shows.

    With regards to your remarks on the caliber type, it has to be looked at from an investigative point of view. If law enforcement personnel are able to recover rounds of comparable value, they're not going to let the public know that information. They can't say publicly in all likelihood because they don't want to tip their hand.

    Yes, law enforcement should at least make the public aware if they determine they're connected. They should not disclose any case specific information, however.
     
  7. Nick_1

    Nick_1 Verified Former Law Enforcement Data Analyst

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    We call this a, "person of interest," in the business. Lol thanks for posting
     
  8. Nick_1

    Nick_1 Verified Former Law Enforcement Data Analyst

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    From what I have seen children who are alone on a trail encountering older males is not generally a good thing.
     
  9. Nick_1

    Nick_1 Verified Former Law Enforcement Data Analyst

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    Ding ding ding we have a winner. That's what I think, too.
     
  10. VictoriaH

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  11. VictoriaH

    VictoriaH New Member

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    It's mulberry season, I love picking mulberries, I live right next to the trails, I want to go exploring them, but I can't, I'm scared to even step near them.
    I went out yesterday exploring but drove to the Kansas side of the trails and walked west. The Indian Creek Trails are beautiful and I even saw some deer. But I still found myself looking over my shoulder alot. I came up to a part of the trail that went under I-435 it was a big tunnel. I stopped and wondered if I should go ahead and walk through it. I did and it made me so uncomfortable and I walked fast.
    A lot of bicyclists passed me by but I could "sense" the leariness of everyone.
    It's unfortunate really.
    I do however feel a little better that police, the city etc, are trying.
     
  12. atm9533

    atm9533 Active Member

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    I agree with you. My friend walked her dog there every day but since the bodies have been found has not gone near the area. They have since put cameras up, but still I am avoiding the area.
     
  13. makeitso

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    The article says nothing about dogs. Have you found it in another one? I have not seen mention of this man anywhere else. Also articles say the body was in a wooded area on a trail that leads to main Trolly Trail.
     
  14. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    Nick, I enjoy your posts, but where were dogs mentioned? Did I miss that?
    Would you leave a gal (the daughter) to call police and find body (off the main trail)? Most men I know would not do this. They would have the gal call 911 and then speak with them himself.

    I realize the 5th victim was younger and had a record so is not being counted as part of the "perhaps" four other homicides.
     
  15. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    Exactly. I am interested in who this person is.
    If this victim is not part of the "four" because he is younger, then why are people outside of type (age, upstanding person, male) afraid to go on trails? I am not saying that any are connected or not, just wondering what this forum thinks.

    The trails are all interconnect, even the soon to be built ones. I live on one. I have a dog. I do not walk it anymore. :(
     
  16. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    duplicate..sorry Nick
     
  17. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    Did I miss where it states the man was walking dogs when he asked gal to call police?
     
  18. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    I cant get a link unless i type out by hand, but Brian Darby says police said there was no evidence of a struggle.
    http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article151613637.html
    One post in the forum says that Darbys murder was brutal.

    OK..that was too much work. ill have to search how to copy links from tab to tab on chrome. Question for you Nick, why do the articles say slain etc? just for drama? i am asking you because you say words matter and I agree.
    Everyone: Thanks for being patient. I am trying to post correctly.
     
  19. makeitso

    makeitso New Member

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    duplicate...sorry, again. im going to study up on how to do this.
     
  20. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Did one of the articles say the woman's daughter was a (young) girl? I formed the impression they were both adults, but it doesn't seem to really say?
     

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