Kansas City Firefighter Charged with Harassment, Property Damage

Kansas City Firefighter Pleaze Robinson III has been charged with first-degree harassment and first-degree property damage after allegedly urinating on the property of a coworker in September of last year.

Court documents say that a Fire Department medic reported that several of her items had been urinated on: including a boogie board, a CD player, and medic training books.

The items were valued at $3,000.

A warrant has been issued for Robinson’s arrest, his bond was set at $10,000.

The Kansas City Police Department is investigating.