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Shooting Leaves Two Injured

Press Release

For Release: 07-25-2020

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Shooting Leaves Two Injured

Raytown, MO- On July 25th, 2020 at approximately 3:14 P.M., Raytown Police were called to the 11200 block of Lakeview Drive, in regard to a shooting.

Officers arrived on scene and located one adult male and one adult female, with apparent gunshot wounds.

The victims were transported to an area hospital with serious injuries.

Officers located the suspect, an adult aged female known to both victims, walking away from the residence on foot. The suspect was taken into custody without incident.

An investigation of the incident is underway.

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Officer Involved Shooting Leaves One Injured

Press Release

For Release: 05-24-2020

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Officer Involved Shooting Leaves One Injured

Raytown, MO- On May 24th, 2020 at approximately 5:23 P.M., Raytown Police were called to the 6000 block of Kentucky, in regard to a disturbance with a possibly armed subject.

Officers arrived on scene and located the possibly armed subject. Moments later, during the encounter, one officer fired, striking the subject. The subject was transported to a local hospital for treatment and was later released to police custody. Officers were not injured during the incident.

The officer was placed on routine administrative leave. Raytown Police requested that the Missouri State Highway Patrol conduct the investigation.

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Afternoon Crash Claims Driver’s Life

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For Release: 05-12-2020

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Afternoon Crash Claims Driver’s Life

Raytown, MO- On May 12th, 2020 at approximately 2:32 P.M., Raytown Police were called to the intersection of Raytown Road and Gregory Boulevard, in regard to a motor vehicle accident.

Officers arrived on scene and located two vehicles involved in the incident. One adult male was deceased at the scene. The other driver only received minor injuries. They were not transported to an area hospital at that time.

Raytown Police requested the Missouri State Highway Patrol to conduct the investigation.

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Scam Call Notification

Press Release

For Release: 03-06-2020

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Scam Call Notification

Raytown, MO- We’ve received information that citizens are getting calls from an unknown caller, who is spoofing our non-emergency number (816-737-6020) asking people for money. Please know that the Raytown Police Department nor the City of Raytown will not contact you in that manner asking for money.

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Overnight Shooting Leaves One Injured

Press Release

For Release: 12-06-2019

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Overnight Shooting Leaves One Injured

Raytown, MO- On December 6th, 2019 at approximately 4:45 A.M., Raytown Police were called to the 5600 block of Crescent, in regard to shots fired.

Officers arrived on scene and located one adult male, inside a residence, with apparent gunshot wounds.

The victim was transported to an area hospital with life threatening injuries.

The unknown suspects, who were believed to be on foot, left the area in an unknown direction.

An investigation of this incident is underway. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

Report #19-3710

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Raytown Police Respond To An Armed Robbery And Discover A Man Shot

Press Release

For Release: 07-09-2019

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Raytown Police Respond To An Armed Robbery And Discover A Man Shot

Raytown, MO- On July 9th, 2019 at approximately 8:26 P.M., officers were called to the Blue Ridge Smoke Store, 5220 Blue Ridge Cutoff, in regard to a armed robbery.

Officers arrived on scene and located one adult male, who had been shot during the robbery. The victim was located outside the convenience store, in the parking lot.

The victim was transported to an area hospital with serious injuries.

The unknown male suspect was last seen traveling southbound on Blue Ridge Cutoff, in a tan, two-door passenger car.

An investigation of the incident is underway. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

Report #19-1989

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Pursuit Ends In Three Vehicle Crash

Press Release

For Release: 06-01-2019

Released by: Detective Brandon Jeffery

Pursuit Ends In Three Vehicle Crash

Raytown, MO- On June 1st, 2019 at approximately 6:08 P.M., officers were involved in a traffic pursuit with a stolen auto, which began near 59th Street & Raytown Trafficway. 

After a brief pursuit, the suspect vehicle crashed, while in the intersection of Blue Ridge Cutoff & Raytown Road. As a result of the crash, two uninvolved vehicles were struck by the stolen vehicle. 

Of the two victim vehicles struck, three subjects were transported to area hospitals. Injuries were reported as being two minor injuries, and one serious injury.

Two suspects are in custody, with charges pending.

An investigation of this incident is underway. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

Report #19-1570

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Charges Filed Against Son Who Stabbed Father in Raytown

Charges Filed Against Son Who Stabbed Father in Raytown

For Immediate Release

Feb. 7, 2019

A 29-year-old Raytown man faces felony charges for the stabbing of his father with a sword in a Raytown residence, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.

Christopher J. Wilson, dob: 2/6/1990, faces Assault 1st Degree and Armed Criminal Action charges.*

According to court records, Raytown police were called to a residence on Gregory Lane in Raytown on Wednesday evening. Callers had informed police dispatch that the defendant had stabbed his father with a sword. The first Raytown police officer on scene encountered a man leaving the residence. He had a knife in his hand. The officer also observed a sword on the front porch. A woman inside yelled, “He stabbed him.” The defendant was taken into custody, and an older man was found in the kitchen on the floor in a pool of blood. The victim told police that the defendant pushed him to the floor and stabbed him. The victim’s wife also described the attack.

Prosecutors requested a $50,000 bond.

Responding officers provided immediate care to the victim and applied tourniquets to try to stop the bleeding.

Report #19-0426

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Female Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle in Parking Lot

Press Release

For Release: 02-06-2019

Released by: Patrolman Brandon Jeffery

Female Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle in Parking Lot

Raytown, MO- On February 6th, 2019 at approximately 6:18 A.M., officers were called to New Trails Early Learning Center, 6325 Hunter Avenue, where a 69 year old female had been struck by a vehicle in a parking lot.

Officers arrived on scene and located the victim, who was in and out of consciousness in the parking lot. It appeared that the female pedestrian was walking in the parking lot when she was struck by a vehicle, that was treating the icy parking lot.

The driver of the vehicle remained on scene and cooperated with police. The female victim was later transported to an area hospital with life threatening injuries.

Due to the serious nature of the incident, the Missouri State Highway Patrol assumed the crash investigation at the scene.

All further media inquires should be made to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

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Raytown Sergeant Named 2018 Raytown CIT Officer of the Year

Press Release

Date: November 9, 2018

Released by: Patrolman Brandon Jeffery

Raytown Sergeant Named 2018 Raytown CIT Officer of the Year

Raytown, MO – On November 8th, 2018, the Mid-America Crisis Intervention Team Council hosted their annual awards ceremony at the Kansas City Missouri Police Headquarters. Raytown Sergeant Gil Anderson (Reserve) was honored as Raytown’s 2018 CIT Officer of the Year.

Sgt. Anderson has been a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trained officer and has served as the Crisis Negotiations Team Commander for many years.

Raytown Police has had officers trained in crisis intervention since at least 2006. Currently, Raytown has 17 employees who are CIT trained. CIT officers are specially trained to respond to potentially dangerous emergencies involving people who are exhibiting serious psychiatric conditions or crises.

All CIT officers complete a forty-hour basic CIT class, with some completing Advanced CIT, Youth CIT, or CIT in regard to Veterans. CIT officers strive to provide appropriate response and service referral, instead of criminal incarceration, which is often ineffective and does little to help the individual.

Congratulations to Sergeant Anderson!

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