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Man charged with meth possessions from inside, outside jail
Luke Jerozal, 33, of Jefferson City, was charged Friday with two felonies and two misdemeanors after an officer allegedly caught him with methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and brass knuckles before he was transported to jail, where he was found to be in possession of more methamphetamine.
Inmate who shot himself in the head Thursday has been identified
Dennis Shaner, 50, was being transported from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to the Taney County jail on a felony warrant when the transport van made a stop in Springfield to drop off another inmate.
Highway 63 closed after tanker rollover
WILLOW SPRINGS, Mo. — Highway Patrol Troop G says a portion of Highway 63 in Texas County will be closed Saturday due to a rollover accident.U.S. 63 from Route 17 in Houston to Route H north of Cabool will be closed for an undetermined amount of time due to an overturned gasoline tanker.
Woman charged with making false police report
A lot of manpower, tactical equipment, and an officer was injured on scene due to Perreira's false report. The operation cost the City more than $28,000.
Sedalia man dragged beneath pickup truck
A man was injured after his truck dragged him down a driveway Friday afternoon.First responders arrived in the 1500 block of South Barrett Avenue about 4 p.m. to remove the man from underneath the pickup truck. The Sedalia Fire Department propped up the vehicle’s rear to slide him out from underneat
Police say this Springfield man posted bond and attacked a woman. Then, he did it again.
Darren Ray Sandefur, 30, has been charged in three separate felony domestic assault cases in less than a year, court records show.
Fire destroys house west of Licking
Personnel from four Texas County fire departments responded last Wednesday evening to a blaze that wiped out a house on Highway 32 about seven miles west of Licking.Licking Fire Department Chief Jimmy Sherrill said four trucks and 10 firefighters from his department responded after the call came in
Fort Leonard Wood report for May 24-July 20
Car Safety Seat Inspection, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 24 at the Exchange Parking Lot (look for Fort Leonard Wood fire trucks). Certified child passenger safety technicians will teach how to install a car seat correctly. For a complete inspection, bring car seat, car safety seat owner’s manual, and vehic
Suspect arrested in WS golf club theft, other suspect still sought
The theft, which was reported on May 1, involved several hundred dollars worth of golf clubs and a golf bag from a student on the Willow Springs golf team. Fliers were posted at the course shop and surveillance video of the incident was shared on social media, which police say helped track down the
Four charged with burglary after being recorded by game camera
Bond for all four suspects was set at $10,000 cash only. The Dent County Sheriff’s Office reported Thursday afternoon that Murr, Raulston and Webster were all in custody while McElfresh had not yet been apprehended.
Lake Ozark woman seriously injured in alleged BWI grounding on Lake of the Ozarks
Katherine E. Miller, 34, was a passenger in a 2018 Triton that was westbound at the 15.9 mile-marker of the Osage Arm when it struck the shoreline, ejecting Miller. The Missouri State Highway Patrol incident report described her injuries as serious. She was taken by ambulance to University Hospital
Woman Sentenced for Drug Trafficking Bust in Strafford
STRAFFORD, Mo. - A woman from Mexico, who was stopped on her way to Ohio from Arizona, was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for possessing at least five kilograms of cocaine the intention to deal the drugs, according to the Office of the United States Attorney Wester District of Missouri.
Recruiters and NCOs pay attention: This is why soldiers are joining the Army today
“I think it’s interesting,” Army Secretary Mark Esper told Army Times on May 16 about the study’s findings. “I think you need to know what this generation is ― what motivates, what drives them to serve.”
Licking woman arrested for HPD stealing warrant, drug paraphernalia
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Patricia J. Hayes, 38, was also wanted on a stealing charge from the Houston Police Department. She was taken to the Texas County Jail.
Structure fire reported at Licking
The Licking Fire Department was called at about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday to a structure fire on West Highway 32.The Roby Fire Department also was placed on standby for the fire at 16282 W. Highway 32.
Camdenton teen medevaced after Highway 5 motorcycle crash
The sport bike struck the rear of a northbound 1986 Jeep CJ-7 driven by Brandt J. Pangborn, 38, of Leawood, Kansas. The bike then went off the right side of the roadway and overturned, ejecting Delmotte around four-tenths mile south of Possum Hollow Drive.
Daily Record makes historic change
For more than 150 years, the Daily Record has delivered the news to Laclede County, often changing and evolving to better serve the ever growing community. Starting next month, the newspaper will once again go through a transformation that will allow it to continue serving the community for another
Trick pleads guilty to charge, other charge dropped
A probable cause statement in the case claims that a resident at the Gentry Residential Treatment Center in Cabool told investigators he and Trick had three sexual encounters. Trick reportedly admitted to having sexual relations with the resident during her overnight shifts between November 29 and D
Camdenton man injured when motorcycle strikes deer early Wednesday morning
Ronald L. Baker, 67, received injuries described as moderate in the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. He was taken by personal conveyance to Lake Regional Hospital.
Licking rodeo to begin next week
The 34thannual Licking Chamber of Commerce PRCA Rodeo runs May 31 – June 2 at the grounds off Maple Street.Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Entertainment begins nightly at 7 p.m.The cost of advanced tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for kids, ages 6-11, at Licking City Hall or J.L. Friend Lumber in Licking.