Man Sent Behind Bars In Connection To Multiple Heinous Crime Against Women
A Grandview man is in a correctional facility, associated with a progression of violations against ladies. Jackson County examiners on Sunday charged Kevin W. Walk with first-degree burglary, four tallies of first-degree hijacking, two checks of first-degree attack, three scores of first-degree homosexuality, assault, or endeavored assault and third-degree ambush.
These episodes occurred from June 2019 to January 2020. They included three irrelevant ladies. Two of those ladies said they met March on Craigslist. “Regardless of whether you believe it’s an amazing man, don’t do it,” Neighbor Paul Meents said. Meents lives opposite a lush region on Longview Road, where somebody found a lady bound to a tree in June of a year ago.
Court records state, March choked the injured individual with her shirt and tied the stifler around her head, secured her head, similar to a hood, and pipe taped her hands and feet. “For what reason would you do that to somebody – remove their privileges? That is obtuse to debase somebody that much and afterward tie them around a tree in certain woods,” Neighbor Tatyana Roden said. “They have family, and she may have had youngsters. They demolished their life like that.”
They met on Craigslist and chose to meet face to face. The unfortunate casualty advised police March constrained her to ingest drugs. At that point, they submitted two thefts. One, where March compelled the injured individual with a handgun walk, limited her to strip, put her in the storage compartment of her vehicle, and drove around throughout the day, as per court records.
He, at long last, left the unfortunate casualty in the lush territory and drove away in her vehicle. Police detected the injured individual’s vehicle traveled south on Paseo. Specialists stated March drove police on a pursuit through Kansas City, Mo. timing rates of 120MPH. Walk in the long run arrived at a moving stop on N I-435, only south of Gregory Blvd. He was captured and recognized as being March. Danielle Roden and her sister Tatyana live in the neighborhood where the unfortunate casualty was found.