Callaway Sheriff Seeks Funds for More Breath Testers Sheriff Clay Chism, left, and Lt. Curtis Hall of the Callaway County Sheriff's Office tell Callaway County Commissioners about their intention to reapply for the MoDOT Highway Safety Grant. For [...] Read more ›
Six More Sentenced in Missouri K2 Conspiracy Six Fulton residents were among 10 co-defendants sentenced in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $6.6 million of synthetic cannabinoids, also known as K2, [...] Read more ›
Justice Department Coordinates Nationwide Elder Fraud Sweep Attorney General Jeff Sessions and law enforcement partners announced today the largest coordinated sweep of elder fraud cases in history.   The cases involve more than two hundred and fifty [...] Read more ›
Cape Girardeau Deputies Visit Schools Following Florida Shooting Local law enforcement wanted students to feel safe at school following the mass shooting at a high school in Parkdale, Florida. That's why the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's office sent [...] Read more ›
High School Student Designs Sign for Nodaway Sheriff Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong admires the Nodaway County Sheriff’s sign designed and programed for a plasma cutter by Nodaway-Holt senior Derick Thornton. DARE Officer Rick Smail commissioned five signs [...] Read more ›
Buchanan County Sheriff Recognizes 23 Deputies Twenty-three individuals were recognized last week for their work in 2016 and 2017 with the Buchanan County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Bill Puett presented five life-saving commendations, eight sheriff’s commendations, a [...] Read more ›
President Supports Ban on Bump Stocks President Donald Trump speaks during a Medal of Valor ceremony in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 20, 2018, in Washington, D.C. President Trump on Tuesday signed a [...] Read more ›
House of Worship Safety Forum Planned The Jefferson City Police Department, Cole County Sheriff's Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Attorney's Office Western District, Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Lincoln University Police Department are [...] Read more ›
High-Risk Teen Drivers Could See Tougher Penalties Dorinda Padgett doesn't want Missourians to go through what happened to her and her husband. Padgett, a 72-year-old retired administrative assistant from Lee's Summit, lost her husband, Larry, in 2013. [...] Read more ›
Jackson County Tough on Sex Offender’s Social Media The Jackson County Sheriff's Office takes a tough stance on making sure sex offenders are compliant with the law. They do it in a number of ways, including sweeps. Offenders [...] Read more ›

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