Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

Roy Lee Maney will stand trial for felony murder charges stemming from the wreck that killed Prairie Village resident Tiffany Mogenson.
Roy Lee Maney will stand trial for felony murder charges stemming from the wreck that killed Prairie Village resident Tiffany Mogenson.

Local media cover Roy Lee Maney hearing. Several local news outlets covered the preliminary hearing for Roy Lee Maney, the man now ordered to stand trial on felony murder charges in the death of Prairie Village resident Tiffany Mogenson. See our story from yesterday here.
[Trial ordered in fatal Prairie Village wreck — Kansas City Star]
[Dancer’s family attends hearing for man accused of wreck that took her life — KCTV]
[Man accused of felony murder in hit and run appears in court — WDAF]

Lutheran Church of the Resurrection hosting Jazz Brunch to support Saturday’s Miracle. Prairie Village’s Lutheran Church of the Resurrection will be hosing a special event Sunday, Oct. 19 in support of its Saturday’s Miracle free breakfast program. The Jazz Brunch will feature pianist Eddie Moore and vocalist Rebecca Trites in performance at the home of Bob Dona and Sharon Johnson. The event will be noon to 2 p.m. Tickets are $40 per person or $70 per couple. Call 913-649-0438 or email worship@lcrpv.org for more information.

Mission speaker will talk about clutter. Mission’s ongoing speaker series at Sylvester Powell Community Center will talk about cutting your clutter. Nancy Trout with the Sedgwick County Hoarding Coalition will talk about challenges of hoarding in our neighborhoods in her talk “Cut your Clutter = Less Mess.” The event is from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 15.

Roeland Park Police to run checkpoint Saturday. Police in Roeland Park will be doing another traffic blitz on Saturday night from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Officers will primarily be checking for valid drivers’ licenses.