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Former elementary school principal convicted of sex offense
CHEROKEE COUNTY, Kan. - On Thursday, Ray Alfred Golden, 81, of Baxter Springs was found guilty of attempted indecent solicitation of a child in Cherokee County District Court. Golden entered a plea of guilty in lieu of proceeding to trial, but maintained his innocence to the court.
Fourth victim identified, more charges filed in Joplin man's alleged abuse of boys
Matthew D. Galati, 29, waived a preliminary hearing Thursday in Jasper County Circuit Court and was ordered bound over for trial on eight counts of statutory sodomy. Associate Judge Joe Hensley set the defendant's initial appearance in a trial division of the court for Nov. 19.
OFFICERS CHARGED: Three Adair officers charged in 2017 traffic stop incident
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Oklahoma Sheriff charged with embezzling school supplies!
Earlier this week, Sheriff Kenny David Freeman was charged with embezzlement for using $6,000 in donated school supplies as giveaway items for his own campaign.
Vogts Sisters to perform at Pioneer Bluffs
A duet with a unique blend of Americana, folk and a touch of bluegrass is coming to the Flint Hills for a concert at Pioneer Bluffs, a historic ranch near Matfield Green.At 1:30 p.m. Nov. 3, the Vogts Sisters will perform in the loft of the 1915 barn at Pioneer Bluffs.Often compared to songbirds or
Ruling: Kansas gun law no defense to federal firearm charges - The Salina Post
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — An appeals court has upheld the firearms convictions against two Kansas men who mistakenly believed that a Kansas law can shield from federal prosecution anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in the state.
Kicking off the Pioneer Harvest Fiesta
Fred Moulton, 95, of Thayer, shows a group of youngsters how to use an antique corn shelling machine Friday afternoon at the Bourbon County Fairgrounds.
County warms to Saint Luke's option
While traveling through northern Missouri a few months ago, Terry Sparks made an impromptu visit to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton. As a trustee for Allen County Regional Hospital, Sparks knew it was studying its management contract and could potentially make a change. To that end, Sparks set a
Chew on This: Bijou Confectionary Opens in Humboldt
A new sweet shop opened in Humboldt, Kan. this fall, the Bijou Confectionary, and students are eating up it's product variety and aesthetic.
Man wanted for shooting in Pittsburg found in Texas
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Tulsa man arrested in drug and fraud crimes
Police arrested David Scott Williams who is wanted for 14 drug and fraud-related crimes this week.Police arrested Williams in 2017 after finding two dozen pills, smoking pipes, scales, syringes, ID cards, credit cards, blank checks, blank ID cards and printers in his truck. A judge later issued a
Kansas woman arrested on prescription fraud charges
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Federal and local law enforcement officers arrested a Frontenac, Kansas, woman Monday on charges related to the suspected use of an out-of-state pharmacy license to obtain prescription medications.
DETAILS: Nowata police search for 'dangerous' man
*Wanted Subject* *Do not approach* *Considered Dangerous* *If spotted contact Law Enforcement immediately*This subject is Eric Anthony Whitney. He is well known in Nowata County as he is one of our frequent fliers. This morning, he decided to go all out on his life of crime when he tried to run over
Authorities searching for inmate who walked away from Oklahoma correctional center
Rodriguez was serving Tulsa County sentences for possession of stolen vehicle, possession of a sawed-off shotgun/rifle, drug possession, and committing a felony with a firearm that had its serial number removed.
Bartlesville Radio » News » Bartlesville Man Arrested on Domestic Abuse Charge
A Bartlesville man appeared in court on Monday facing charges stemming from an alleged alcohol-fueled domestic incident. Matthew Rice was presented with a misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse by strangulation for an incident that took place last Friday.According to an affidavit, Rice and his girlfri
Pittsburg Police Identify Alleged Shooting Suspect - Newstalk KZRG
As the investigation into the Saturday afternoon shooting of Vanessa Rae McWhirt-Martin continues, investigators have identified the alleged shooter. He is identified as: Eric James Cravey, 34, of Pittsburg, Kansas.Cravey is described as a white male, approximately 5’7″ tall, 185 pounds with brown h
DO NOT APPROACH: Man attempted to run over police officer
When South Coffeyville officers contacted him, an arrest was attempted, but a struggle ensued and Whitney got into his vehicle to flee. The officer was still holding onto the man when he fled. The officer's arm was hurt, but he is OK, police said.
Rain, Rain and More RAIN
Greenwood County saw an excessive amount of rainfall last week. Many roads were closed due to flooding and one has been closed for the foreseeable future as the road was washed out from the rain.So much water came into Greenwood County that the waterfall on the west side of Eureka was almost level.
Accidents on area roads injure two people
A Haysville, Kansas, woman was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 5 a.m. Sunday on Missouri Highway 43 at Boonville Lane, approximately 1.5 miles north of Tiff City, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.
The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office arrest two on child abuse
The mother's boyfriend, Axton C. Chancellor, caused the injuries to the child. He was booked for child abuse causing great bodily injury to a child with additional charges possible.