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Police said year-old Zachary Pearce was shot and killed near the corner of 40th and Walnut sometime before midnight during an apparent robbery. The suspect and at least two other people fled in a maroon colored SUV.
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Witnesses called police around p. It was reported that one passenger got out of the SUV with a black handgun and shot the victim who died at the scene. Investigators later found items belonging to the victim near 40th and Warwick.
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Anderson was found in his wrecked vehicle on 71 Hwy and Meyer Blvd. It is believed that Mr. Anderson came off the off ramp of 63rd St. Anderson had been out with friends on his birthday weekend and had just gotten a new car. A second passenger in the vehicle with Mr.
Anderson was shot in the left arm but survived. Anderson died two days before his 28th Birthday.
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Unsolved Crimes. Mobile App. On December 12, officers responded to the block of Bales in KCMO where they found a man dead in a Nissan Maxima, witnesses told investigators the car had been there for several hours. The victim is year-old Lemonte C. Little made while he was in custody, will help match names to his accounts.
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Starting in the s, Mr. Little was arrested nearly times in numerous states for crimes including armed robbery, rape and kidnapping. But he served fewer than 10 years in prison for those crimes. Investigators found him in Kentucky and returned him to California, where he was convicted and imprisoned. He has remained there except for a stint in Texas, where he was convicted of murder in a killing and given a concurrent sentence of life in prison.
Little, who now uses a wheelchair because of diabetes and heart disease, spent many hours detailing his crimes to investigators. Little said that he had evaded capture by preying on those whose deaths would not garner widespread public attention. I stayed in the ghettos.