Teen Reports Sexual Assault at Middle School
Raytown, MO – On 03-22-2017 at 6:20 PM, Raytown Police were notified of a sexual assault that had occurred at the Raytown Central Middle School on 03-21-2017, earlier in the afternoon. Officers learned that a thirteen year old female student was sexually assaulted by an eighth grade male student in a bathroom. The Raytown Police Department Investigations Bureau has been notified and an investigation is underway.
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From: Sgt. Dyon Harper
Raytown Police Department Releases 2016 Annual Report
Chief James B. Lynch and the Raytown Police Department has released the department’s 2016 Annual Report. Chief Lynch presented the report to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen at the Raytown Board of Aldermen meeting on 03-21-2017.
The report includes overall police activity, crime statistics, community activities, and features various divisions and special units within the department. The Raytown Police Department felt that it is important for its residents to be informed about their police department and how taxpayer resources are used. Chief Lynch encouraged everyone to view the Raytown Police 2016 Annual Report at http://www.raytownpolice.org. A printed copy will be retained, and made available to the public, at the Raytown Branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library.
The annual report is the result of work by a small group of department members from different divisions and units of the department. That small group worked to provide an all-encompassing view of the department. They saved Raytown taxpayers money by writing and developing the report themselves, publishing it online, limiting printing costs, and tailoring it to inform its citizens.
The Raytown Police Department strives to engage with and inform its residents and businesses, as well as the general public, as directly as possible. The annual report will be an important tool to enhance that communication.
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For Release: March 21, 2017
Prepared By: Records Clerk Nicole Growney
Police Respond to Shots Fired
Raytown Mo. Police were called to the 6700 block of Harris Ave. at 1:40 AM today for the sound of gunshots. When officers arrived they found 2 people with non-life threatening injuries. Both injured parties were transported to a local hospital. Raytown Detectives responded to the scene and the investigation is on-going.
If you have any information on this or any other crimes please contact the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477)