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-Actively monitoring Police and Fire in Johnson County since 1996. -Douglas County since 2002. -Providing Breaking News Information to the public since June 2003. -Provided Breaking News Information to the KC news media (at no cost) 2003-2010. (As of May 2010, information is no longer provided to any news media, unless contracted).

05/11/2020
Kansas City Missouri Fire Department (KCFD)

Friendly reminder, metal does not go in a microwave.

Unfortunately, we have to explain that drying your face mask in the microwave is a bad idea. Many masks are equipped with metal nose wire or staples that can cause fires if heated in a microwave. #staysafekc

Law enforcement agencies from across Kansas and Missouri drove across Overland Park on Sunday evening to pay their respe...
05/11/2020

Law enforcement agencies from across Kansas and Missouri drove across Overland Park on Sunday evening to pay their respects to fallen Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher and to mark the beginning of National Police Week.

An estimated 400 law enforcement vehicles participated in the procession.

The procession ended at the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead, near 135th Street and Switzer Road. Officer Deanna Rose is the only other Overland Park Police Officer to be killed in the line of duty. She was killed by a suspected drunk driver in January 1985.

Law enforcement agencies from across Kansas and Missouri drove across Overland Park on Sunday evening to pay their respects to fallen Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher and to mark the beginning of National Police Week.

An estimated 400 law enforcement vehicles participated in the procession.

The procession ended at the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead, near 135th Street and Switzer Road. Officer Deanna Rose is the only other Overland Park Police Officer to be killed in the line of duty. She was killed by a suspected drunk driver in January 1985.

05/11/2020
"Salute to Blue" procession start

Law enforcement from across Kansas and Missouri participated in the "Salute to Blue" procession this evening to honor fallen Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher and to mark the beginning of National Police Week.

Officer Mike Mosher was killed in the line of duty on Sunday, May 3, 2019.

Too many agencies to tag. Facebook says I reached my limit on tags.

05/11/2020

Staging area for tonight's procession.

05/11/2020
Back the Blue procession staging area.

Oak Park Mall is the staging area for tonight's procession.

Huge turnout from law enforcement, fire departments, and even tow companies from across the metro area.

Watch this page for a FB Live later.

If you can't make it out yourself, look for a Facebook Live right here on the Operation 100 News page this even...
05/10/2020

If you can't make it out yourself, look for a Facebook Live right here on the Operation 100 News page this evening.

Please join us tonight for a Salute to Blue in honor of Officer Mike Mosher, all other officers killed in the line of duty, and National Police Week. Learn more and see a bigger map of the procession route at https://bit.ly/2WgzbvU.

Prairie Village Police Department
05/08/2020

Prairie Village Police Department

Officers responded to a crash and found the occupants had switched places to cover up for the driver. With witness help, the actual driver was arrested for DUI while another occupant was arrested for felony drug possession. This outcome was the result of community cooperation and excellent investigating by officers.

From the Overland Park Police Department:Officer Mike Mosher dedicated himself to the Overland Park community for more t...
05/07/2020
Memorial Services for Officer Mike Mosher - City of Overland Park, Kansas

From the Overland Park Police Department:

Officer Mike Mosher dedicated himself to the Overland Park community for more than 14 years. Next week, we will remember him through several memorial services, which will include:

• Sunday, May 10 (8:30 p.m.): Salute to Blue driving vigil

• Tuesday, May 12 (4-6 p.m.): Drive-through visitation under the 110th Street canopy at the Overland Park Convention Center

• Wednesday, May 13 (10 a.m.): Private funeral service at the Overland Park Convention Center, followed by a private graveside service

Learn more details about these events here: https://bit.ly/3ccv8GD. Thanks for your support as we mourn the loss of one of our own.

Memorial Services for Officer Mike Mosher Officer Mike Mosher served the community of Overland Park for more than 14 years. Dedicated to duty, serving and

Corinne Mosher
05/07/2020

Corinne Mosher

Friends,

As most of you are now aware, my husband Mike was called home on Sunday, May 3rd while serving the community he loved. While we prepare to lay his physical body to rest, I know that his spirit has already begun its eternal watch over us.

I would like to take a moment to convey my family’s and my feelings, emotions, and desire to fulfill Mike’s legacy:

GRATITUDE: It is hard to be grateful in times of hardship. But I am. I am grateful for all the years we had with Mike, all the fun times, the life we built together, and the amazing young woman we raised. I am grateful for who he was, what he stood for, and how selfless he was in following his calling and fulfilling his duty. I am thankful for God’s guidance as I navigate through uncharted territory and discover my purpose, which is to share Mike’s life work and example with the world. I am grateful for all the help and support I have received from friends and family, even complete strangers – all the people who reached out, sent donations, cards, flowers, or simply prayed for our family! I have lost a best friend, but I have gained a community. Tyler has lost one father but inherited an army of mothers and fathers. It is excruciatingly difficult to realize that I will NEVER be able to thank everyone personally who has saved us during this crisis. I pray that God will choose a moment to touch your heart and you will know that it is my love stretching across the distance to find you. Last but not least –I am grateful for Mike’s brothers and sisters who wear uniforms of all colors.

I would like to speak directly to these men and women now. I am a witness to the love which Michael bore for you. Listen to me and KNOW that he is at peace, having fulfilled his earthly calling and sealed up his life’s work with the ultimate sacrifice. He didn’t want to leave, but know that he died in the manner in which he would have chosen for himself. Do not think that he is done watching over you. Michael was always on duty. So if your vest ever feels suddenly heavier, it will be because his hand is on your back, reminding you to watch your six. Thank you for fighting for him, now be at peace.

FORGIVENESS: I forgive the shooter – his life was precious too. I grieve for a life so fraught with poor choices and suffering that it couldn’t be saved in this life. To his family I say– I am so sorry for your loss and we share the same pain. I want you to know that I forgive him and pray for him. I’m so sorry for you and I hope you do not suffer any consequences for his actions, which were separate from your own choices.

ACTION: I have learned that God will guide me to drive action and make a difference. I ask all of you to listen to your hearts – you know what right is, how to do right, and how to conduct your life like Mike – with love, kindness, honor, duty, and respect. If you want to help – please THANK A COP, THANK A VET, A FIRST RESPONDER, HUG A LOVED ONE. Our moments here are so precious and life is but the blink of an eye. Be grateful, be eager to forgive, slow to anger, and quick to do right. And please, honor those who selflessly serve!

We will share funeral information as it becomes available – please watch for posts on this page or the Overland Park Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 21. I want to point out 2 things about that:
1. Mike was adamant that his funeral is not a bleak affair but a celebration of his life and legacy. I intend it to be such.
2. Please be respectful of the current COVID-19 situation and follow the guidance we are provided. We want to pay respect but continue to protect our community.

Thank you for your support; it means the world to us!

Johnson County Emergency Management
05/06/2020

Johnson County Emergency Management

We will be conducting the monthly test of the outdoor warning sirens today at 11a!

Let us know where you hear them!

News release from the Prairie Village Police Department.
05/05/2020

News release from the Prairie Village Police Department.

News release from the Overland Park Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 21.
05/05/2020

News release from the Overland Park Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 21.

The latest update on yesterday's officer-involved shooting.The shooting investigation team has identified the suspect as...
05/04/2020

The latest update on yesterday's officer-involved shooting.

The shooting investigation team has identified the suspect as Phillip Michael Carney, 38, of Overland Park.

The mugshot is from a previous arrest in Douglas County. See the link in the comments for details of that arrest.

Carney also spent time in the Johnson County Jail following convictions for domestic violence offenses dating back to 2014. He also had one case pending in Johnson County District Court where he was charged with two counts of criminal damage to property. His court date for that case would have been in July.

Operation 100 News report on the Shawnee Mission Post.Mike Mosher, who was president of the Overland Park chapter of the...
05/04/2020
Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher killed in altercation that left 2 dead Sunday

Operation 100 News report on the Shawnee Mission Post.

Mike Mosher, who was president of the Overland Park chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, leaves behind a wife and daughter. He was the first OP officer killed in the line of duty since 1985.

The Overland Park police department is mourning the loss of one of it own following a confrontation Sunday that left two men dead. Around 6 p.m. Sunday, Overland Park Police

The Overland Park Police Department says Officer Mike Mosher was killed in this afternoon's incident near 123rd and Anti...
05/04/2020

The Overland Park Police Department says Officer Mike Mosher was killed in this afternoon's incident near 123rd and Antioch Road.

Ofc. Mosher was a 14.5 year veteran of the force and was the president of the Overland Park Fraternal Order of Police.

He leaves behind a wife and one child.

Funeral arrangements have not been announced.

05/04/2020

Overland Park Police have identified the officer who was killed as Officer Mike Mosher.

05/04/2020

UPDATE: The officer has passed away since this update was given.

Overland Park PD Officer-involved shooting.

05/02/2020
Duplex fire: 9151 W 83rd Street.

Scene video from an afternoon duplex fire in Overland Park.

Video provided by the Overland Park Fire Department. News release in the first comment below this post.

An important reminder.This is why you should always close your bedroom doors while sleeping.The closed door gives you an...
05/02/2020

An important reminder.

This is why you should always close your bedroom doors while sleeping.

The closed door gives you and your family more time to escape in the event of a fire.

#CloseBeforeYouDoze

Powerful image. #CloseBeforeYouDoze

One driver was injured after attempting to run from an Overland Park officer around 4 p.m. Thursday.Officer John Lacy of...
04/24/2020
Driver crashes into side of Overland Park bank after attempting to flee police

One driver was injured after attempting to run from an Overland Park officer around 4 p.m. Thursday.

Officer John Lacy of the Overland Park Police Department says an officer attempted to stop a vehicle near 95th Street and Metcalf Avenue for a minor traffic violation.

Operation 100 News report and photo on the Shawnee Mission Post.

One driver was injured after attempting to run from an Overland Park officer around 4 p.m. Thursday. Officer John Lacy of the Overland Park Police Department says an officer attempted

The Lenexa Police Department was involved in a high speed chase on Thursday afternoon.After reporting speeds in excess o...
04/24/2020
Pursuit of vehicle reportedly traveling faster than 100 mph leads to officer-involved crash on I-35

The Lenexa Police Department was involved in a high speed chase on Thursday afternoon.

After reporting speeds in excess of 100mph on northbound I-35, an officer was involved in a crash with pickup truck.

The suspect got away from pursuing officers, but was located and arrested a short time later by Kansas City, Kansas police.

Operation 100 News report and photos on the Shawnee Mission Post.

Pursuit of a vehicle fleeing Lenexa police ended with an officer-involved crash shortly after 5 p.m. Thursday. Recorded radio traffic states that officers attempted to stop a silver Ford Flex

The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department says all of this started after a naked man approached and then tried to rape...
04/20/2020
Police chase that started in Westport winds through northeast JoCo, ends on Johnson Drive

The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department says all of this started after a naked man approached and then tried to rape a woman at a bus stop near 40th and Troost.

The suspect vehicle eluded officers several times before it was chased into Overland Park on I-435, finally ending in Mission almost an hour later.

Operation 100 News report and photos on the Shawnee Mission Post.

A man in his 30s was arrested after leading police on a car chase, which lasted nearly an hour. According to a witness, the chase started in Kansas City, Missouri,

04/17/2020
Johnson County, KS Government

Johnson County, KS Government

‪Today, Johnson County Department of Health and Environment conducted its second round of drive thru testing. This round focused on essential workers, including first responders, hospice staff and child care workers, among others. ‬

The Overland Park Police Department responded to the Grant 79 Apartment Homes, west of 79th and Antioch, twice this morn...
04/16/2020
Overland Park police investigate report of early morning gunfire at Grant 79 Apartment Homes

The Overland Park Police Department responded to the Grant 79 Apartment Homes, west of 79th and Antioch, twice this morning.

Police say the people involved in the disturbances were uncooperative with officers both times.

An Operation 100 News report on the Shawnee Mission Post.

Overland Park police say shots were fired during a disturbance in the Grant 79 Apartment Homes early Thursday morning.

 Officer John Lacy of the Overland Park Police Department confirms officers

A Lenexa woman called police just before 5:30 Tuesday evening reporting that someone had fired a gun through her home's ...
04/15/2020
Lenexa police investigate after woman reports bullet coming into her home

A Lenexa woman called police just before 5:30 Tuesday evening reporting that someone had fired a gun through her home's wall.

Lenexa police responded and later determined that no crime had occurred.

Operation 100 News report and photo from the scene on the Shawnee Mission Post.

Lenexa police on Tuesday evening surrounded a housing complex in the 10700 block of Haskins Court after a resident reported a bullet coming through her wall. Recorded radio traffic indicates

News release from the Johnson County District Attorney's office.The suspect's mugshot is not yet available.Booking logs ...
04/13/2020

News release from the Johnson County District Attorney's office.

The suspect's mugshot is not yet available.

Booking logs show Dvonte Brown is a Shawnee resident.

On Friday, April 10, a group of general aviation pilots from The Beechnutz and KC Flight Formation Team met up for "Hope...
04/10/2020

On Friday, April 10, a group of general aviation pilots from The Beechnutz and KC Flight Formation Team met up for "Hope Flight."

The formation of 11 airplanes flew over Kansas City area hospitals to honor healthcare professionals and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Friday, April 10, a group of general aviation pilots from The Beechnutz and KC Flight Formation Team met up for "Hope Flight."

The formation of 11 airplanes flew over Kansas City area hospitals to honor healthcare professionals and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Operation 100 News report and photos on the Shawnee Mission Post.UPDATE: Overland Park Police have identified the victim...
04/09/2020
19-year-old shot and killed in Overland Park Wednesday night

Operation 100 News report and photos on the Shawnee Mission Post.

UPDATE: Overland Park Police have identified the victim as Micah Babick, 30, of Prairie Village.

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Original post: Officers responded to a report of shots fired near 87th Street and Grant just before 9 p.m. Wednesday to find a 19-year-old with fatal injuries.

A 19-year-old man was shot and killed in Overland Park late Wednesday evening. 

Overland Park Police Department Public Information Officer John Lacy says officers were called to the 9800 block

UPDATE: Overland Park Police have identified the victim as Micah Babick, 30, of Prairie Village.----Original post: A 19-...
04/09/2020

UPDATE: Overland Park Police have identified the victim as Micah Babick, 30, of Prairie Village.

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Original post: A 19-year-old man was shot and killed in the parking lot of the Johnson County Central Resource Library (9800 block West 87th Street) just before 9 p.m. Wednesday.

Look for my full report on the Shawnee Mission Post in the morning.

A 56-year-old Kansas City, Kan. man, was critically injured when he was hit by an SUV on southbound Interstate 35 late M...
04/07/2020
Man critically injured after being struck by SUV on I-35 in Lenexa

A 56-year-old Kansas City, Kan. man, was critically injured when he was hit by an SUV on southbound Interstate 35 late Monday in Lenexa.

Operation 100 News report and photo on the Shawnee Mission Post.

A 56-year-old Kansas City, Kan. man, was critically injured when he was hit by an SUV on southbound Interstate 35 late Monday in Lenexa.

 The Kansas Highway Patrol says at

Johnson County, KS Sheriff's Office
04/06/2020

Johnson County, KS Sheriff's Office

Social distancing can leave anyone feeling like they are truly alone with no one to reach out to if you find yourself in a scary or abusive situation. Safehome and the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office want you know - You Are Not Alone!

Please see the attached graphic for some simple reminders to keep you and your loved ones safe. If you are danger, do not hesitate to call 9-1-1.

Take care of yourselves during this unprecedented time. Stay connected while maintaining physical distancing through phone calls, video chats, and social media. And always we remember - we are just a phone call away.

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Hear anything about what went down near 87th and Lackman in Lenexa on like Tuesday/Wednesday night? Lots of police SUVs and cop cars, didnt see anything on PulsePoint
Do you have any information on the multiple gunshots heard Saturday evening, 03/07/20, at 10:58pm?
Any news on the police situation at 58th and Goodman last night? Heavy police and SWAT presence between 10PM and 5AM. Local residents reported a barricaded suspect, police breaking out windows, throwing flash bangs and use of a K9 to subdue the suspect. I couldn't find anything from local media and nor any notice on the Merriam or JoCo police social media accounts. Thanks!
Anything about the armed robbery at Casey’s on woodland this morning?
Any news on the 9-21-19 fatality accident at the entrance to Shawnee Mission Park?
Monday morning Olathe, where is the fire? Saw several rigs heading out on old 56
Any information about the Quik Trip Shawnee incident? Man had a gun threatening and pointing it at ppl earlier today?
What’s going on at 67th and metcalf?
Seven Shawnee police cars at Johnson Dr just east of Renner. I think that’s all cars on duty. Something is up for sure.
When you forward a shawnee mission news, I cannot open it unless subscribe to their newspaper. Do you have a post on the wreck with 2934 car?
Any idea what happened on K7 at I-70 Saturday night at around 8:45-9pm? Saw one car with windows smashed out in middle of the intersection, 3 cop cars, med act and a fire truck.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpmbXoOgpbw&t=28s Watch this short video of an experienced attorney quote Kansas Supreme Court Case law to the entire Overland Park City Council and observe their discussion led by Mayor Carl Gerlach result in a 12-0 vote to disregard law & fairness to their citizens. Be sure to stick around for "further discussion" where one councilmember gets it yet fails to vote appropriately. Quivira is first but this plan is coming to the rest of South OP next!! IT'S CLEAR THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY VOTE FOR - CONTACT YOUR COUNCILMEMBER TODAY!