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By: Staff | June 21, 2013
CLINTON, Mo. -- A multi-state investigation leads to dog fighting charges in Henry County. John P. Dulley, Jr., 49, of Kansas City Mo. faces 12 counts of keeping dogs with the intent to fight.  Each count is punishable by a maximum of four years in prison.  The ASPCA assisted the Henry County Sheriff's Office in the seizure of a dozen dogs on a farmstead on Highway K.  Investigators say similar seizures related to the broader dog fighting investigation...
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by Paula Dowler, KY3 News and newsalerts@ky3.com | January 31, 2013
MT. VERNON, Mo.-- Law enforcement will be meeting with cattle farmers on February 7th to discuss a recent rash of cattle thefts in the Lawrence County area. Several farms have been targeted in recent weeks. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 7th at the University of Missouri Research Center located on Highway H just south of Mt. Vernon. The meeting begins at 7:00 pm. Representatives from the county sheriffs' offices will be on hand, as well as members of the Missouri Highway Patrol and prosecutors from Lawrence and Dade County.
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by KY3 News | November 14, 2010
SALEM, Mo -- Allegations of rampant drug use and distribution are shining a spotlight on a Shannon County farm. Officials with the DEA, Missouri Highway Patrol and US Attorney's Office filed a lawsuit last week to seize a 350-acre farm, known as Camp Zoe. Authorities say a four-year investigation revealed open distribution of illegal drugs including cocaine, LSD, and marijuana during events hosted at the farm. No charges have been filed. Meanwhile, the property owner posted a response on the farm's website: "All of us at Camp Zoe are doing everything we can to prevent the land seizure and to get the money back they took from the business.
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Chad Plein and Debbie Enlow, KY3 News and news@ky3.com | April 8, 2012
MONETT, Mo. -- A one-year-old girl is dead after she was hit by a car near Monett on Saturday evening. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Sierra Graessle was walking in the westbound lane of highway 60 about one mile west of Monett shortly after 8:00pm. Troopers say the driver did not see the girl in the roadway and was unable to swearve fast enough to avoid hitting her. Graessle was pronounced dead at the scene. The highway patrol has not yet said why the girl may have been in the road, but say the investigation is on-going.
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by KY3 News | September 22, 2012
Warsaw, Mo. --  Benton County Sheriff's Deputy, Michael Cash, 47, was charged Friday with two counts of statutory sodomy and one count of child molestation.  The Missouri Highway Patrol assisted in the investigation over the past several weeks and says there may be more victims in the case.   Cash was the DARE officer for Benton County and is currently being held on $100,000 bond in Saline County.  Court documents show the victim in the case was...
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By: Staff | August 11, 2013
KINGSTON, Mo. -- The Missouri Highway Patrol is searching for an escapee from the Caldwell County jail, wanted on numerous charges including the rape of a University of Missouri student in June.  Brian James Adkison escaped shortly before midnight Saturday.  He was last seen barefoot and wearing only white boxer shorts.  The 23-year-old left the jail on foot.  Morgan County deputies near the Lake of the Ozarks first arrested Adkison in...
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by KY3 News and newsalerts@ky3.com | October 18, 2011
SALEM, Mo. -- For the second time in just three days, two teens from the same family were killed in a wreck in the Ozarks.  The Missouri Highway Patrol says Mackenzie Miller, 17, and her brother, Adam Miller, 14, died in a three-car accident on Missouri 32 three miles east of Salem on Monday afternoon. The patrol says the car driven by Mackenzie Miller struck the rear of a vehicle, crossed the center line, and then was hit by an oncoming car.  Three people in the oncoming car were injured, including a 14-year-old girl who suffered serious injuries.
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By: Shayla Patrick, KY3 and spatrick@ky3.com | June 27, 2013
HOLLISTER, Mo - Hundreds of boaters are gearing up for some time on the lake. And the Missouri Highway Patrol is joining a national effort called Operation Dry Water, that's aimed at keeping people safer on the water. The goal of these special patrols is for officers to be more visible on the lake so they can find and remove people who are drunk and operating a boat. "This is the busiest time of year for this area so you see the increase in boater traffic and you also see the increase in crashes and BWI arrests," said Sargent Mike Watson with the Missouri Highway Patrol.
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by KY3 News and newsalerts@ky3.com | December 27, 2010
The number of fatality crashes in Missouri during the Christmas holiday counting period was only two this year. The Missouri Highway Patrol began counting crashes from 6:00 pm on December 23 through 11:59 pm Sunday night. That's the lowest ever for a counting period that covered 78 hours. “The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to emphasize the decrease in crashes, injuries, and fatalities during the 2010 Christmas holiday counting period,” said Colonel Ron Replogle, superintendent of the Patrol.
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by: Jerry Jacob | April 16, 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Missouri 3rd District Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer says he is seeking answers from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF)concerning whether it was involved in acquiring Missouri's list of Conceal and Carry permit holders. Luetkemeyer calls the sharing of the list by the Missouri Highway Patrol with investigators at the Social Security Administration a "clear violation of personal privacy. "  The congressman recieved an apology from the SSA's inspector general Tuesday for "sloppiness" in handling questions regarding the issue and secured a meeting with the IG on Thursday.
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