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Kansas City, MO- Suspect Shot at by Police Following a Traffic Stop

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Published: August 9, 2021
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on August 9, 2021

Kansas City Police Officers Shot at Suspect After A Traffic Stop

According to APNews, A suspect was shot at by Kansas City Police officers in the early morning of July 18, 2021.

Shortly after midnight, the Kansas City Officers pulled over a suspect for a traffic stop at the Independence and Ewing Avenues intersection.

According to the spokeswoman Officer Donna Drake, the police officers shot at the suspect after they reportedly drove towards the officers. It is reported that the gunshot did not hit the suspect.

Allegedly, after the suspect drove towards the officers, they fled the scene. The suspect then stopped the vehicle and began running on foot until they were chased down and arrested by the Kansas City officers. 

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