Author Archives: Warren Krech

  1. ** update ** reward in jcmo stabbing

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    Crimestoppers is now offering a one thousand dollar reward for info leading to the arrest of the man accused of stabbing a Jefferson City woman in the head. 22-year-old Christopher Page allegedly left the 18-year-old woman lying in a pool of her own blood at an apartment on Mulberry Street late Wednesday.

  2. busted in versailles

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    A drug raid on a house near Versailles results in three arrests. 45-year_old Charles “Billie” Crow, 37-year-old Leslie Lemens and 35 year old Jack Medley face a long list of drug possession and distribution charges. Investigators found meth, stolen property and explosives inside the home on Route T just outside of Versailles. The explosives were taken out of the home by the Highway Patrol’s bomb squad and detonated on the property.

  3. jcmo stabbing

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    On Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 at 11:43 p.m., Jefferson City Police responded to the 800 block of Mulberry for a check well-being call. According to the caller, there was an open door to a residence with a female resident inside, lying in a pool of blood.

    Officers arrived shortly after the call and located the victim, who was barely conscious. Through initial observations, it appeared that a struggle took place within the residence, and that the victim had been assaulted with a knife. The victim was able to give officers information as to the suspect’s identity prior to EMS arriving on scene, and it was determined she was struck, choked and then stabbed multiple times in her head prior to her transport to a local hospital. Jefferson City Police Detectives were called to the scene to investigate.

    The initial investigation revealed that the victim, an 18 year-old Jefferson City female, had a relationship with the suspect, and there was an apparent argument over the status of that relationship. She was transferred due to the extensive nature of her injuries to a hospital in Columbia.

    The suspect in this case, Christopher L. Page, a 22 year-old male with Jefferson City and St. Louis ties, is still at large and sought by Police Detectives on a variety of charges based on the assault. Anyone with information is

  4. jcmo businesses ‘get schooled’ at kwos brandsformation!

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    Marketing guru Chuck Mefford returns to Jefferson City and meets with a packed house of Mid-Missouri firms who want to grow their business. He’s the expert on how to market your company and make it really stand out. Chuck’s the guy behind ‘Now you’ve got a friend in the pest control business – Steve’s Pest Control. Standing room only today at KWOS Brandsformation at Capital Plaza. For more info .. check the link on this web page.

  5. centertown man trampled by a calf

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    A Cole County farmer is recovering at University Hospital in Columbia this morning after he was trampled by a calf on his farm north of Centertown yesterday. The Cole County sheriff’s department isn’t identifying the man. Neighbors say the man was separating calves from
    their mothers when a blind calf became agitated and turned on the farmer. The victim was airlifted from the farm shortly before noon yesterday.

  6. battle will continue to keep hog farm out of kingdom of callaway

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    A Cole County judge says a group of landowners in Callaway County can continue their lawsuit aimed a stopping a large hog operation from being built in the northern part of the county. Judge Dan Green dismisses challenges form the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the State Clean Water Commission and Callaway Farrowing aimed at throwing out the suits filed by a group known as Friends of Responsible Agriculture. Callaway Farrowing wants to build a 10-thousand head operation on land near Hatton. The protesting group says waste from the farm will pollute the air, water and land.

  7. are they going to fill renns lake back up?

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    ‘Give it back to the homeowners and quit spending county tax dollars on it’. That’s Cole County Commissioner Jeff Hoelscher’s take on what to do with Renn’s Lake …

    Cole County took over the lake south of Jefferson City back in 20-09 when the dam failed and the owner couldn’t afford to fix it. Hoelscher now says some homeowners are interested in fixing the dam and filling the lake back up.