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September 2014 Archives

2 freshmen basketball players arrested, suspended for assault

Two freshman forwards who had promising futures have now been suspended from the team following their arrests. The University of Missouri basketball players were each recently arrested under assault accusations. Now, they have been suspended from the team before the season even started, which is November 14.

11 arrested on drug charges including possession of drugs

After a 16-month long investigation into narcotics activities, 11 individuals were recently arrested in Camden County. Each Missouri resident has been charged with drug charges including possession of drugs. More warrants were obtained, and the authorities suspect that more arrests will follow as the investigation continues.

Man accused of murder, assault after crime spree

A man is facing multiple criminal charges after a deadly crime spree in Kansas City. The Missouri authorities believe that a car-jacking gone bad led the man to shoot several potential witnesses, killing three and injuring two. He faces charges including murder and assault, and he may face additional charges from a separate incident.

Former pastor begins criminal defense for stealing, forgery

An arrest warrant has been issued for a former Dexter pastor. The Missouri ex-pastor has been accused of stealing over $100,000 from his church, and he is charged with forgery and felony stealing. It is not clear whether the warrant was only issued or whether the 35-year-old is in police custody. Nevertheless, he is likely focused on preparing his criminal defense.

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