Jackson County prosecutors have accused four people. They supposedly took clothes, sports footwear, and extra items. Although from three shops in the Country Club Plaza. That was vandalized while rally shows been there across the weekend, in addition.
Donzell R. Davis, 29, of Kansas City. He was filled with second-degree robbery and theft. Raven Moses, 29; Richard Black, 27. Damien Smith, 27. However, each from Kansas City was all credited. With lifting. Prosecutors claimed that robberies happened Saturday evening.
According to courthouse reports, police leaders running the rally. However, they saw a smashed window at Anthropologie. It found in the 500 blocks of Nichols Road, in addition. That market as quite as other companies was tied prior to the planned protests.
Although officers called into the building. When they saw some persons within. Including Davis. Police explored Davis. Although determined he had more than $500 quality of clothes packed in his pants. However, Davis revealed to the police. That he visited the rallies and then moved inside Anthropologie. Davis also stated that he did not disclose the glass, in addition. But analysts saw a new blood cut. On the palm of his left hand. prosecutors claim.
Four characters from Kanas City have been held for crimes. Of the stores on the Country Club Plaza through the rally on Saturday
Officer Jean Peters Baker said
- Richard Black, 27
- Damien Smith, 27
- Donzell R. Davis, 29
- Raven Moses, 27
All four detained and indicted for fraud.
According to court records Sunday. Davis was located inside the store with the extra three. However, leaders told them they noticed a broken window. And Davis and found $500 from his pants.
Court records show
Moses was observed near to the North Face shop. And the left dress. However, valued at some money. The first glass of the store was broken out, cops stated.
Court reports show Black was organized by cops. To supporting Smith in a small street near the footlocker shop.
They were observed putting goods. From the store in a van. Including balls, T-shirts, and Nike shoes.
Officials verified chains as $10,000, $15000, $5,000. For Davis & Smith, Black and Moses individually.
According to court documents finished Sunday. Davis was seen inside the shop Anthropologie, in addition. On the Plaza, with others. However, police leaders stated they saw broken glass. And while Davis was explored by police. They got more than $500 in clothes filled inside his pants.
Although Court reports tell Moses was seen near the North Face shop. And lost clothes. priced at hundreds of dollars. The forward window of the shop was split out, police told.
Court reports point Black was followed by police, in addition. To be supporting Smith in a road after the Footlocker shop. on the Plaza. Police stated they were seen putting things from the shop into a carrier. including basketball clothes and Nike footwear.
Prosecutors inquired $10,000 bail for Davis and Smith. $15,000 bail to Black. And a $5,000 bail for Moses.