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Teens Arrested After Property Damage Spree and Burglary in Clinton

Several teens were arrested on Monday afternoon after a series or property damage reports and at least one burglary in the southern part of Clinton, Mo. over last weekend. At least 13 incidents occurred that involved spray painting graphic images and epitaphs on vehicles in The Shadow Hills neighborhood.  One of the vehicles was a marked police unit parked at the home of a K-9 Officer.  Eggs had also been thrown in several of the incidents.  The burglary occurred in the Shadow Hills neighborhood and involved entering a garage attached to a home where the occupants were asleep inside.

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Clinton Woman Arrested for Domestic Assault

On Saturday morning at approximately 5:30 a.m., Clinton Police were dispatched to the Golden Valley Hospital Emergency Room in reference to a subject who had been a victim of assault.  Upon arrival, it was determined that the victim had suffered a serious head wound that appeared to have been caused by a blunt object.

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Soldier Stabbed at Clinton National Guard Armory

On Wednesday morning (Mar. 13) at around 10:00 a.m., Clinton Police Officers were dispatched to the National Guard Armory in Artesian Park in reference to a stabbing.  Upon arrival, officers encountered a subject who had been stabbed in the buttocks.  The soldier was transported to the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital by private car and underwent surgery to repair the wound.

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Denis Murl Stump
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Clinton Man Threatens Officers with Gun

On the evening of Sunday, Jan. 13 at 6:03 P.M., Clinton Police assisted by the Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested 51-year-old Denis Murl Stump of Clinton for 24 hour investigation of 1st Degree Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer and Unlawful Use of a Weapon.

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Clinton Man Dies from Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

This morning at 8:53 a.m., Clinton Police Officers responded to the scene of a reported shooting in the 300 block of East Jefferson Street.  Upon arrival officers encountered two female occupants of the residence.  They told responding officers they heard what sounded like a gunshot in the bedroom of a male resident of the home.

Officers found the door of the bedroom barricaded from the inside and after forcing their way into the room found a 57-year-old white male of the home deceased on the floor.

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