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Moberly man found to be sexually violent predator committed to facility
RANDOLPH COUNTY, Mo. — A Moberly man has been committed to a facility after he was found to be a sexually violent predator by a jury in Randolph County. According to a press release from Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley’s office, Daniel J. Jensen, 41 was previously convicted in the state of Cal
Moberly teen arrested, felonious leaving the scene of an accident alleged
RANDOLPH COUNTY, Mo. — A Moberly teenager was transported to jail after an alleged vehicular felony. 17-year-old Gavin D. Jones was taken to Randolph County Jail at 2 p.m. Monday. He was preliminarily charged with felonious leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash.
Domestic assault charges filed against Missouri player
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri defensive end Tre Williams was charged Wednesday in a domestic assault case. The Columbia Daily Tribune reported that probable cause statement alleges Williams and his girlfriend argued early Sunday and that he hit her several times while she was driving and at one poin
Clarence, Mo man arrested for child molestation, sodomy
Shelbina, Mo (WGEM) — The Shelbina Police Department has reported the arrest of a Clarence, Missouri, man for child molestation and sodomy. On Monday, Loren Wallace, 36, was arrested for first-degree child molestation and first-degree sodomy. Wallace was transported to the Macon County Sheriffs Depa
AAA rep: Missouri gas tax proposal’s ‘bait and switch’ language might have led to its demise
The language could have led to the failure of November’s proposed fuel tax increase, according to AAA spokesman Mike Right. He tells Missourinet affiliate KWIX in Moberly that Proposition D would have boosted the fuel tax by two and a half cents annually over four years.
Missouri Representative to bring back bill to ban texting while driving
State Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford, wants to join most U.S. states by enforcing a total ban on texting while driving. Hansen tells Missourinet affiliate KWIX in Moberly hopes his proposed ban on texting while driving will get some traction in the next legislative session.
Downtown Moberly lights up with Living Windows event
The streets of downtown Moberly were filled Thursday night as businesses all along Morley Street participated in Living Windows. Bands, carolers, choirs and performers took their places in the various shop windows to bring the Christmas spirit to the city for the night.
Two Missouri D.O.C. Inmates Injured in Macon Bus Crash
A collision involving a Missouri Department of Corrections bus in Macon Tuesday afternoon injures two inmates. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the bus driven by 48 year old Jesse Montemayor of Cameron was attempting a turn in the parking lot of the B-P gas station in Macon when it hit a concr
Moberly girls out-played by Hannibal
The Lady Spartans could not find its offensive rhythm Tuesday, fell quickly behind their North Central Missouri Conference host and then the Moberly varsity girls basketball team returned home absorbing a 50-44 defeat to Hannibal.
Court documents: Tiger player Williams choked, struck victim in assault case
Despite several reports to the contrary, Missouri defensive end Tre Williams has been charged with domestic assault, the Boone County Circuit Clerk’s Office and court filings confirm.
MAEDC President leaving for new job
Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) has announced that MAEDC President Corey Mehaffy is leaving his position effective December 31. He will be taking the job of Northeast Missouri Economic Development Council Executive Director.
Tre Williams charged with domestic assault, remains suspended by Missouri
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri defensive end Tre Williams was charged Wednesday in a domestic assault case. The Columbia Daily Tribune reported that a probable cause statement alleges Williams and his girlfriend argued early Sunday and that he hit her several times while she was driving and at one point
Columbia man charged with statutory sodomy
A Columbia man is accused of performing oral sex on a 9-year-old in a Walmart parking lot. Boone County prosecutors on Tuesday charged 33-year-old Fredrick Jarod Williams with first-degree statutory sodomy and resisting arrest. Williams is currently detained in Boone County Jail on a $200,000 cash-o
Public Utilities, MU Extension look to put volunteer protection plan in place for Sugar Creek Lake by June
A handful of community members met on Thursday to discuss the future of Sugar Creek Lake, Moberly’s sole drinking water source. The meeting was facilitated by MU Extension Community Engagement Specialist Tish Johnson at the Lodge in Rothwell Park. Moberly Public Utilities Director Mary West-Calcagno
Moberly man facing allegations of burglary and domestic assault
RANDOLPH COUNTY, Mo. — Charges have been filed against a man from Moberly stemming from an incident in November. According to a probable cause statement, officers were dispatched to an alleged domestic assault in progress on Nov. 13. Upon arrival, law enforcement found Nathan A. Gallagher, 19 and th
Missouri's Williams will not be charged with domestic assault
A pending second-degree domestic assault charge against current Missouri and former Rock Bridge defensive lineman Tre Williams will not be filed, according to Boone County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Susan Boresi. The paperwork ending the case is expected to be processed by Tuesday night or Wedne
No. 6 ranked Cairo girls edge Madison in conference thriller
In a battle among unbeaten, state-ranked conference rivals, the Madison girls played catch-up basketball for most of the night Tuesday on their home court, and Northeast R-IV School at Cairo held on to win 48-46 in Central Activities Conference play.
Department of Corrections worker and inmate injured in DOC bus accident.
MACON, Mo. — One inmate and an assistant driver were injured in one-vehicle accident in a Department of Corrections bus Tuesday afternoon. A 1985 Bluebird Department of Correction bus driven by 48-year-old Jesse P. Montemayor, of Cameron, was attempting to make a turn in the parking lot of the Macon
Woman accused of pulling out gun in Boone County bar
BOONE COUNTY, Mo. - Boone County Sheriff's deputies arrested a woman after she allegedly pulled out a gun in a Boone County bar. Matyia L. Tucker, 22, of Columbia, allegedly got in a fight at Jake's Bar and Grill, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Department.
Tom Myler (12-10-18)
Mr. Tom Myler, 68, of Auburn, passed away Dec. 10, 2018, at his residence. A native of Moberly, Mo., he was preceded by his mother, Agnes Engle Myler and a granddaughter, Sarah Grace Myler. Mr. Myler was a U. S. Army Veteran and was a retired foreman with Pike Electric.