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JCMO man looking at weapons charges

A Jefferson City man who had several guns and a lot of ammunition laying around his house now faces formal charges. Officers arrested Robert Thrasher during a raid on his home on April 21st. During the raid, police found four guns and about 550 rounds of ammunition. They later discovered …

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Holts Summit traffic stop lands two men in jail

A couple of Holts Summit residents face drug and weapons charges after they were pulled over by Callaway County sheriff’s deputies Thursday evening. 26-year-old Allen Burnett and 31-year-old Kurt Catron were arrested after deputies found a large amount of meth, marijuana and some guns in their car. Deputies stopped the …

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You’ve heard of Police Dogs .. How about a Police Lizard?

The Camden County sheriff’s department wants you to meet their new recruit…Sergeant Beardsley. The Sergeant comes with his own habitat and helps teach children about safety issues. Sergeant Beardsley is actually an Inland Bearded Lizard. His handler, Lieutenant Arlyne Page says she wanted to add something unique to the department’s …

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Mo House advances Special Session smelter bill

(MissouriNet )- Legislation aimed at creating about 500 new jobs in southeast Missouri has been approved by the House. Brian Hauswirth covered Wednesday’s marathon floor debate in Jefferson City: After five hours of emotional debate, the House voted 120-17 to approve Portageville GOP State Representative Don Rone’s Noranda/steel mill bill. …

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Better check that drumstick!

Police in California are trying to determine who called in a bomb threat to Cargill on Tuesday. The Honeysuckle White turkey plant was briefly evacuated while police led a bomb sniffing dog through the plant. Nothing was found.

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The name of JCMO salmonella restaurant will stay secret

Did you finally get over your fear of going out to eat in Jefferson City? Several dozen people came down with salmonella back in early April. Cole County Health Director Kristi Campbell says 14 – of them did eat at the same place … She adds they didn’t release the …

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Young motorcyclist could face long prison term

Closing arguments scheduled for this morning in the murder trial of Serghei Comarzon. The 22-year-old Mexico man is accused of causing the fatal wreck of Highway Patrol Trooper James Bava on a rural Audrain County Highway in 2015. Comarzon, who was riding a motorcycle, claims he never saw or heard …

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Cops look for white pickup in East McCarty drive – by

Jefferson City police are investigating a Tuesday night shooting near downtown. Witnesses reported gunshots in the 600 block of east McCarty about 8:30 last night. Police followed a car from the scene of the shooting to Capitol Region Hospital where a gunshot victim was taken out of the car. The …

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