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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Independence police involved in gunfight along I-70


From The Star:

An Independence police officer pulled over a vehicle this afternoon (Tuesday) that possibly had been used in a bank robbery and ended up in a gunfight with the person driving the car, police say.

The officer was not wounded, but the suspect was hit, Independence police spokesman Tom Gentry said. Gentry would not confirm the suspect’s condition, but a body remained on the ground long after the shooting.

The robbery apparently involved a bank robbed prior to today on 23rd Street.


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