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Raytown Fire Station burglarized during fundraising event

For Release: 09/05/17

Prepared By: Officer Nick Quatrocky 


Raytown Fire Station burglarized during fundraising event



Raytown, MO
– Police were dispatched to a local fire station in regard to a burglary that occurred while local Firefighters were conducting a fundraising event for the MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association) 

On 09-04-2017 at around 2:30 P.M. Raytown Police were dispatched to Fire Protection District 1 located at 6020 Raytown Trafficway in regard to a burglary that occurred. Raytown Fire Fighters conducted a fundraising event from around 11:00 A.M. until just after noon. A Raytown Fire employee discovered that his wallet and several other items had gone missing from his bedroom at the fire station after conducting the fundraising event. 

A white male with a thin build and red facial hair was caught on surveillance footage entering and leaving the property. The male suspect was wearing a Seattle Seahawks baseball hat, white tee shirt with brown shorts. The suspect was last seen walking southbound on Arlington Road toward 63rd Street. 

Below are several photos of the suspect 


The investigation is ongoing. If you have any information please contact the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477) 

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Police Continue Dangerous Driving Enforcement Near Schools

For Release: 09/05/17

Prepared By: Officer Nick Quatrocky 

Police Continue Dangerous Driving Enforcement Near Schools
Raytown, MO – Police continue efforts to reduce dangerous driving near Raytown’s schools, by announcing in advance which specific school areas the dangerous driving enforcement will occur.

 

During the week of September 4th to September 8th, dangerous driving enforcement will occur near:

 

Southwood Elementary

Raytown Middle School

Laurel Hills Elementary 

 

If advanced notice of the enforcement reduces dangerous driving, the community goal of safer roadways for our children is reached, potentially with no tickets issued! It’s a “win-win.” Of course, our officers will be present to stop and speak with those that choose to drive dangerously anyway. The goal is to reduce dangerous driving near schools, not issue citations; that’s why the specific areas of enforcement will be announced in advance.

 

Officers will still be conducting their patrol of other areas and roadways; though they will specifically be present near those designated schools each week.

 

Any requests for traffic-related enforcement may be made directly to the Traffic Unit at ‪816-737-6106‬. The Traffic Unit will need the location and likely time of occurrence of the traffic infraction(s.)

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No major injuries in apartment complex fire 

Prepared by: Officer Nick Quatrocky 

No major injuries in apartment complex fire 

Raytown, MO – Emergency crews were called to the 7400 block of Overton Avenue Saturday afternoon, 06-10-2017, at around 4:22 P.M., in regard to an apartment complex that had caught fire. Raytown Police were the first on scene. Several officers entered the burning complex to make sure residents were safe. Moments later, emergency and fire crews from Raytown and the Kansas City Fire Department arrived on scene to clear the apartment complex. It was determined that there were no major injuries to any people or pets. One Raytown Police Officer was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. 

The American Red Cross arrived on scene to provide aid to those who were affected by the incident. There were approximately twelve apartment units that were damaged due to the fire. Fire investigators are currently investigating the cause of the fire. The investigation is ongoing. If you have any information on this or any other crimes please contact the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477) 
#17-1949

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Police respond to armed robbery with shots fired at local loan store 

For release 06-06-2017

Prepared by: Officer Nick Quatrocky
Police respond to armed robbery with shots fired at local loan store 


Raytown, MO- Police were called to the 7300 block of Raytown Road on 06-06-2017 at  around 1:30 P.M., after a robbery was reported at a local loan company. It was reported that a subject approached the business from the south on foot. Upon entering the business the subject displayed a hand gun and demanded money. As the subject fled the scene he fired shots in an unknown direction. Witnesses stated that the suspect left in black newer model Chevrolet Camaro in an unknown direction.

The man was described as standing between 6’00 and 6’04 with a thin build. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, jeans and had a red bandana.

There were no injuries reported. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call the Tips Hotline, at 474-TIPS.
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