4 charged with smuggling after search of Kansas City jail

Claudine Rigal
Juin 26, 2017

The team, including the Kansas City Police, Jackson County Sheriff's deputies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, also conducted interviews. "Everyone worked really well together", said Jennifer Dameron, director of intergovernmental affairs and policy for the DA's office.

KCATA buses were used to bring more than 200 officers, including officers with the Kansas City Police Department, to the jail.

This search was a result of an investigation that has been going on for many weeks.

As the FBI's special agent in charge of the Kansas City office, Darrin Jones declined to divulge details of what he labeled a "very carefully coordinated", several-hour search that began shortly after 3 a.m. Monday.

Andrea Tudhope is a reporter and producer for KCUR 89.3.

The last time the jail was raided was in February 2016.

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