Monday morning, one of the city’s southside neighbourhoods was the scene of gunfire, as captured by the video cameras of a resident.
Residents of the Red Bridge neighbourhood in south Kansas City are complaining of increased street crime. This occurred around 5:30 a.m. on Monday when a homeowner confronted an armed thief.
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The Manassero family reported hearing gunfire in their neighbourhood infrequently.
Rusty Manassero, who lives near the Red Bridge shopping centre, was loading his pickup truck for his construction job.
After discovering a man rifling through his truck’s cab, at least five gunshots were captured on video from his residence. Manassero told Kansas City Police that the suspect drew a gun and narrowly missed him with gunfire.
“My husband falls to the ground, hoping not to be hit. There were at least seven shots fired in total. On Wednesday, Rusty’s wife, Elena Manassero, stated that he was fortunate not to be hurt.
“We’re just normal, hardworking people attempting to go to work to provide for our families, and something like this occurs. It is unfair. You feel enraged and furious.”
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Monday, security cameras from the home next door captured three men in a light-coloured sedan breaking into cars at this residence. This camera also captures the fleeing vehicle after Manasseh confronted the alleged thief.
It appears that one of the cameras captures the men wearing masks.
“I want them apprehended. I feel harmed. There is a young child in our household. “My husband is now traumatized,” said Elena Manassero.
At least one theft and one assault are depicted on the area’s most recent police crime maps. Please get in touch with the Kansas City Police Department for information on taking cars.
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