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Judge Rules on Accidental Discharge of Gun at Springfield High School

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A judge has found sufficient evidence to try an 18-year-old on charges tied to the accidental discharge of a gun at a Springfield high school. The Springfield News-Leader reports that Larvern Hale was bound over for arraignment in Greene County at the conclusion of his preliminary hearing Friday

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Sedalia Police Arrest 2 in Drug Bust on West 3rd Street

At 5:14 Wednesday morning (April 23), the Sedalia Police Department executed a no-knock narcotics related warrant at 820 West 3rd St., Apartment D. Officers forced entry to the apartment and found four people inside, who were detained without incident. During a search of the apartment, police found methamphetamine, marijuana, drug packaging supplies, drug paraphernalia and a firearm that had been reported stolen in Miller County.

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3-Year-Old Missouri Boy Accidentally Shot by 4-Year-Old Brother

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — A 3-year-old St. Louis County boy is expected to recover after being accidentally shot by his 4-year-old brother.

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Updated: Man With a Gun Outside Warrensburg High School Shoots Himself After Police Pursuit

UPDATE: According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the gunman spotted near Warrensburg High School on Friday morning was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound a few miles from the school after being pulled over by police.

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Gas Station Cashier Fired for Pulling Gun on Man Armed With Knife — Is It Fair? [VIDEO, POLL]

This man would rather lose his job than lose his life.

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Robbery

Iraq War Vet Working at Missouri Liquor Store Pulls Gun to Stop Armed Robber [VIDEO]

How quickly the tables can turn.

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Sedalia Police Searching for Armed Burglary Suspect

Around 3:50 this morning (June 25), the Sedalia police responded to a home in the 700 block of East 9th on a burglary call. The victim said he had been unable to sleep and heard a noise in the back room of the house. When the victim investigated the noise, he found the white male suspect with a firearm hiding in the house.

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Coupon Failure Causes Irate Walmart Shopper to Wave Gun at Employees

As it turns out, the customer is not always right.

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School Suspends Boy, 7, For Biting Pastry in the Shape of a Gun

The issue over guns in our schools has taken on a very strange twist in one Maryland school.

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Dog With Itchy Trigger Paw Shoots Owner in the Leg

A dog’s bark may be worse than its bite, but the same can’t be said for its aim.

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