Tag: court hearing

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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Bates County defendants still waiting for court-appointed attorney

| November 28, 2018

Kyle Calhoun and Christopher Zumwalt have had their cases continued repeatedly and have yet to be assigned a public defender.

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Case against Chillicothe man accused in stabbing continued

| November 8, 2018

Corey Gibson, 17 is accused of stabbing another person during an altercation in Chillicothe October 26.

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Slater man accused of child sex-related crimes waives hearing

| October 4, 2018

Clint Shackles, 18 allegedly molested a juvenile in July at a residence in Slater.

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Carrollton man accused of February shooting has case continued again

| June 29, 2018

Rex Stacy, 65 is accused of shooting another person twice in the 900 block of Park Street in Carrollton in February.

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Mother and boyfriend charged after kids were locked in bedrooms

| June 2, 2017

A couple, living together in Warrensburg, has been charged with child abuse.

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Chariton County man faces burglary and drug charges

| January 11, 2017

A Brunswick resident was formally charged in Chariton County this morning for allegations of burglary and drug possession.

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Shelbyville man charged with sex crimes against child

| August 27, 2016

SHELBYVILLE, Mo. — A Shelby County resident was arrested on Thursday August 25, 2016 for ten felony charges. The Shelbina Police Department arrested Kevin Troy Tillitt, 47, of Shelbyville on three counts of Statutory Sodomy with a person less than 14. Two counts of 1st degree Statutory Rape with a person less than 14, serious […]

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Bates City man to appear in court

| April 24, 2016

A man from Bates City is due in court later this week on assault and criminal action charges.

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