Pettis County Law Day Cases from July 16, 2018
Here is a sampling of cases that were resolved on the July 16 Law Day in Pettis County Circuit Court; courtesy of Pettis County Prosecutor Phillip T. Sawyer.
City of Sedalia Lists Chip & Seal Schedule
The City of Sedalia will continue chip and seal work on Sedalia streets the week of July 23.
Missouri Inmates Grow Produce for Food Banks
Vanvickle has been working in the Boonville Correctional Center’s restorative justice garden for a little more than a month. Each year, eight to 10 inmates volunteer to work in the garden. Inmates fund the garden through commissary purchases. All of the produce is donated to local food banks …
Two Sedalia Men Injured in Motorcycle Wreck on I-70
Two Sedalia men were injured Thursday morning in a motorcycle wreck that occurred in Callaway County.
Six Black Bears Killed on Missouri Roads So Far This Year
State conservation officials say six black bears have died after being hit by vehicles in Missouri this year.
Tipton Residents Among 4 Arrested for Drugs
Two Tipton residents were among 4 people arrested on drug charges Wednesday (July 18), after Moniteau County deputies conducted a probation and parole check at a residence near Fortuna, MO.
Sedalia Area Crime Reports for July 20, 2018
Police arrested a Sedalia man who is accused of leaving the scene of an accident.
Missouri Residents Charged With Abusing 11-Year-Old Girl
Prosecutors say a man and woman subjected an 11-year-old girl to nearly a year of abuse, including handcuffing her to a metal cage and shocking her with a stun gun.
Death Toll Now 17 in Table Rock Lake Accident
Sheriff's office says 4 bodies missing since duck boat capsized have been found, raising death toll to 17.
Duck Boat Capsizes on Table Rock Lake, Fatalities Confirmed
Emergency crews from multiple agencies were on the scene of a mass-casualty incident on Table Rock Lake on Thursday evening shortly after 7 p.m. in Stone County
Sedalia Police Note Missing Woman
Sedalia Police are currently looking for Elizabeth "Beth" Smith was last seen on N. Osage Street in Sedalia at approximately 8:30 a.m., Thursday
Missouri Sheriff, Subordinate Indicted on Multiple Felonies
A southern Missouri sheriff and a subordinate with whom he was having a romantic relationship have been indicted on multiple felonies following a year in which more than 40 sheriff’s office employees were fired or quit.
Sedalia Woman Injured in Car Crash on Hwy 65
A 30-year old Sedalia woman was injured Thursday afternoon after her car struck a guardrail.
Two Arrested in Warrensburg for String of Burglaries
Early Thursday morning, two people were arrested in Warrensburg in connection to a string of recent burglaries in the area.
Parson Orders State to Coordinate Drought Response
Gov. Mike Parson has directed state agencies to coordinate ways to assist Missouri counties affected by the drought.
Highway Patrol Identifies Man Accused of Shooting Trooper
The Springfield News-Leader reports the patrol identified the suspect in Wednesday’s shooting as 32-year-old Colby Rey, of Orlando, Florida, on a county road north of Mansfield.
One Man Arrested in Connection to Stolen Livestock
On Sunday (July 15), Moniteau County deputies received a report of a stolen show calf on Liberty Road just outside Fortuna, MO. The victim said that sometime overnight, someone entered the property and stole a 150 pound show calf named "Lilly." In addition, 300 lbs of feed were also taken.…
Man Killed by Kansas City Police Had Long Criminal Record
A man who was shot to death after shooting three Kansas City police officers had an extensive criminal background and a reputation for violence in Oklahoma.
High-speed Chase Through Streets of Sedalia Results in Arrest
A Mercury driven by David S. Jasper stopped in the 1100 block of E. 15th Street after it plowed through support beams on a deck at his residence.
Head-On Collision Claims Two Lives in Camden County
A head-on vehicle collision Wednesday morning claimed two lives in Camden County.