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March 2018 Archives

Many questions unanswered in Missouri murder investigation

When a person loses a loved one unexpectedly, there is an understandable desire for answers. However, police in Missouri have provided few answers in the recent death of an elderly woman other than to claim that she was the victim of a crime. Despite this, a man has been arrested and accused of murder.

DWI accusations follow Missouri crash

Motor vehicle accidents can happen at any time of the day or night and for a variety of different reasons. When people are involved in an accident, regardless of whether they suffer physical injury, they could react in a way that might make police suspicious even if no criminal action has occurred. Unfortunately, a woman in Missouri was recently charged with two counts of DWI following an accident that sent at least three people to the hospital.

White collar crimes: Missouri man accused of wire fraud

Many people choose to serve their church. This service can happen in many different forms, from serving as a Sunday school teacher or as a pastor. Others perform necessary services, including acting as the church's treasurer. Unfortunately, when there are not appropriate safeguards in place, a person who is simply trying to help the church could face serious accusations. In fact, a man in Missouri has recently found himself responding to accusations of white collar crimes.

Missouri man accused of assault, kidnapping

Many couples experience complicated relationships. While most couples will have disagreements, it's rare that these disagreements result in violence. Despite this, police believe that a Missouri man committed assault and kidnapped a woman with whom he had a romantic relationship.

Possession of drugs charged re crate delivery in Missouri

With the advent of online shopping, it is fairly common for packages to be delivered to residences on a regular basis. Apparently for some police in Missouri, a delivered package is cause to suspect that a crime is being committed. In fact, police conducted a search of a home after they claim to have witnessed marijuana being delivered. A father and son are now charged with possession of drugs as a result of the search.

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