Tag: Allegations

Two held in Cass County for warrants and drug allegations

| February 18, 2018

The Missouri Highway Patrol says black tar heroin and THC wax were found during a traffic stop in Cass County last night.

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Several felonies alleged after pursuit in Cooper County

| February 17, 2018

A career criminal from Colorado is in custody after a pursuit in Cooper County Friday afternoon.

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NEWSMAKER — “I have full confidence in John Parker,” says Richmond Schools superintendent as accusations swirl

| February 15, 2018

Dr. Mike Aytes gave a full-throated endorsement of Richmond High School Principal John Parker after allegations surfaced that Parker’s management style was brash, abrasive and controlling.

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Cameron residents questioned for drug possession allegations

| February 14, 2018

Wednesday afternoon, two Cameron residents, were arrested for suspicion of felony controlled substance possession.

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Alleged killer to be arraigned in Sedalia

| February 5, 2018

An arraignment is scheduled in a Pettis County murder case involving a Marshall man.

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Chula man jailed after stop in Henry County

| February 4, 2018

A Chula driver was incarcerated Saturday on allegations of driving while revoked and possession of methamphetamine.

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Local driver allegedly caught with drugs in Ray County

| February 4, 2018

The Missouri Highway Patrol will seek formal charges against a driver stopped around 10:00 p.m. Saturday night in Ray County.

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Meth allegedly seized during Daviess County traffic stop

| February 1, 2018

A driver from Galmey, Missouri, is facing a felony drug allegation after being stopped by a trooper in Daviess County Wednesday night.

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Prosecution drops manslaughter charge against Harley Branham

| January 25, 2018

Two charges, including one for involuntary manslaughter, have been dropped against Harley Branham. She is accused of bullying Glasgow teenager Kenneth Suttner to the point of suicide in December 2016.

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