Tag: child abuse

Continuation granted in Ray County child abuse case

| February 16, 2019

Garry Matthew Wyant, of Lawson, is charged with more than ten counts of felony child abuse. He allegedly tied his children’s hands with zip ties and taped them inside boxes as punishment.

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Mother of abused child to appear in Ray County courtroom

| February 15, 2019

Tiffany M. Gorham, 29, of Lawson will appear for a criminal setting in Ray County this morning.

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Child neglect suspect will get to visit her own kids

| February 7, 2019

A woman charged over her boyfriends child abuse and neglect in Ray County has been granted supervised visits with her own children.

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Criminal setting Wednesday in Ray County woman charged with more than 20 counts of child abuse

| February 6, 2019

Melissa Ann Holloway, 26, faces 22 counts of abuse or neglect of a child and two other felony counts in Ray County.

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Camden woman charged with nearly two dozen child abuse counts requests bond modification

| January 30, 2019

Melissa A. Holloway faces 22 counts of child abuse and a single county of tampering with a victim. She will go before a judge again February 6.

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Motion hearing scheduled in Ray County child abuse case

| January 18, 2019

Tiffany M. Gorham, 29, of Lawson, is asking the court to change the conditions of her bond for child abuse.

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Court to set preliminary hearing in child abuse case

| January 2, 2019

Authorities say Benjamin T. Schubert, 37, of Bethany, caused serious injury to an abused child.

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Ray County child abuse case won’t be heard until next year

| December 7, 2018

The multiple count child abuse case against Melissa A. Holloway, 26, of Rayville, will have an extensive delay in Ray County.

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Camden woman facing more than two dozen child abuse charges due in court Wednesday

| December 5, 2018

Melissa Holloway, 30 is set to go before a judge in a Ray County courtroom at 1:30 p.m. 

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