Tag: Charges

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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Local juvenile allegedly beaten and threatened in bizarre murder plot

| February 3, 2018

Two juvenile suspects, now in custody, are accused of tying up and beating a juvenile victim to force them to commit murder.

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Excelsior Springs man sentenced on federal drug conspiracy charges

| February 2, 2018

A man from Excelsior Springs who allegedly fired shots at Clay and Ray County deputies during a pursuit in 2015 was sentenced on unrelated charges in federal court.

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CORRECTION: Brookfield woman allegedly stole prescription medication from residence in Purdin

| January 31, 2018

A couple in Purdin used cameras to catch images of the suspect allegedly stealing prescription medication.

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Traffic stop leads to drug allegation and jail in Caldwell County

| January 31, 2018

The Missouri Highway Patrol will seek formal charges today, against a Laclede woman arrested yesterday in Caldwell County.

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Clay County murder trial delayed until April

| January 26, 2018

A pre-trial conference in a murder trial scheduled to begin yesterday morning in Clay County is now rescheduled at the defendants request.

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Plea deal struck in St. Joseph murder case

| January 26, 2018

Two defendants in a St. Joseph murder case entered guilty pleas in court Wednesday

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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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Lee’s Summit teen sentenced for fatal crash

| January 25, 2018

A Lee’s Summit teen who was driving during a crash that killed a 15 year old student from Blue Springs, was sentenced Wednesday in Independence.

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