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Independence Man Sentenced for Theft of Pioneer Woman Statue

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) — An Independence man was sentenced to seven years in prison for stealing a statue from a museum and trying to sell it for scrap.

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Kansas City Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing $330,000 from ATMs

A Kansas City, Mo., man pleaded guilty in federal court today to stealing more than $330,000 from automated teller machines (ATMs) that he was hired to maintain.

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Kansas Woman Indicted for Stealing $543,000 from Employer

A Bucyrus, Kan., woman was indicted by a federal grand jury today for embezzling more than $543,000 from her employer.

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Police Recieving Multiple Reports of Stolen Catalytic Converters in Warrensburg

Chief Kim Vansell, the Director of Public Safety for the University of Central Missouri, sent out an email stating that the UCM Department of Public Safety and the City of Warrensburg have received numerous reports of stolen catalytic converters from vehicles.

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Perryville Coroner Charged with Exploitation and Theft

PERRYVILLE, Mo. (AP) — Perry County Coroner Herbert Miller is facing felony charges after he allegedly spent the money of a 94-year-old woman for his own use.

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Stephen Gibson
Cleveland.com

Thieves Steal Wheelchair Belonging to 9-Year-Old Boy With Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis [VIDEO]

As far as heinous crimes go, there isn’t much lower than stealing a wheelchair.

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Mother and Daughter Arrested for Stealing Metal From Maxion Wheels

Deputies from the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office arrested 43-year-old Tammy L. Rush and her daughter, 20-year-old Kendra D. Schroeder last Monday (Oct. 21). According to a press release, the arrests followed an investigation into the theft of metal from Maxion Wheels at 3610 West Main.

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raytown.mo.us

Informant and Raytown Police Help Local Law Enforcement Recover Over $10,000 Worth Of Stolen Property

According to a press release from the Sedalia Police Department this morning (July 19), a victim reported their house had been burglarized on July 9, and numerous pieces of antique furniture were taken. During an investigation, it was revealed that the home had been burglarized numerous times. On July 11, an informant reported to the police that they knew where the stolen property was located.

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Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: October 27, 2012

Here is your Pettis County Sheriff’s Report for Saturday, October 27, 2012

License Plates Stolen From a Trailer

A man reported to the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office that someone stole his license plate from his semi-trailer while it was parked on the parking lot of the Temp Stop on South Limit sometime between 4 p.m. October 24 an

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Sedalia Police Reports: Morning of October 25, 2012

Here are the Sedalia Police crime reports for the morning of October 25, 2012.

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