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Former Mexico Resident Killed in Motorcycle Crash25-Jul-2016

A former Mexico resident was killed in a motorcycle accident in Kentucky on Friday.

According to the Lexington Leader Herald, 56 year old Patricia Burke was traveling on Kentucky 11 on a Harley Davidson motorcycle when she lost control and was struck head on by a pick up truck.

Burke was pronounced dead at the scene.    She was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

Burke served as a pediatrician in Mexico before moving her practice.


Mexico Public Safety25-Jul-2016

On Friday, Mexico Public Safety investigated:

Suspicious activity in the 100 block of West Buchanan, 3602 South Clark and 309 West Promenade

-domestic physical on Quantico

-utility problems at 820 Hisey, on North Jefferson, 1021 Robinhood and 205 West Love

-stealing at 420 East Bolivar and 1411 West Monroe

-an ex parte violation reported to 300 North Coal

-burglary not in progress at 1214 Pollock Road

-fight in progress at 1810 West Street

-unlawful ATV operation on Carson

-juvenile problem in the 700 block of Quisenberry

-intoxicated person on Teal Lake

-Careless driver on East Liberty

-and harassment at 602 West Robinson


On Saturday, Public Safety investigated:

-burglar alarms at 3622  South Clark and  1109 East Liberty

-peace disturbances at 1023 Latney, on Lakeside Place, 19 Marine Drive and 728 West Love

-civil dispute at 601 Carson

-stealing at 913 Trinity and 222 South Alabama

-fire alarm at 620 South Clark

-utility problem at 1822 South Western

-careless drivers on West Liberty and South Western

-juvenile problems on Lakeview

-harassment at 1501 North Olive and 2711 South Clark

-suspicious activity at 1221 East Promenade

-and a road hazard on Lakeview


On Sunday, Mexico Public Safety investigated:

-a peace disturbance on North Western

-a fire at 1726 East Liberty

-utility problem at 1801 East Liberty

-domestic physical at 700 block of Baker and 300 block East Liberty

-suspicious activity at 1401 West Breckenridge

-and harassment at 1501 North Olive


Mexico Man Sentenced to 10 Years23-Jul-2016

A Mexico man receives a multiple year sentence for child endangerment, and child abuse.

Audrain County Prosecutor Jacob Shellabarger announced today (Friday) that 32 year old Monte Corriel Ashcraft was sentenced to 10 years in prison on child abuse with serious physical injury charge and 7 years in prison for the first degree child endangerment charge.

Judge Wesley Dalton ruled the 10 and 7 year sentences will run concurrently.

The jury found that Ashcraft abused a 3 month old baby boy by breaking his forearm and ribs, and failed to feed the child, resulting in the baby boy being underweight and malnourished.


The case was tried back in May of this year. 
 

Mexico Man Seriously Injured23-Jul-2016

A 42 year old Mexico man was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident yesterday afternoon.

The crash occurred when John Warneke was riding a 2007 Harley Davidson about a quarter mile west of Scotts Corner on U.S. 54.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Warneke traveled off the right side of the roadway and hit a guardrail.  The bike overturned ejecting Warneke.

He was transported by ambulance to University Hospital in Columbia.


Inmate Death at Audrain County Jail22-Jul-2016

The Audrain County Sheriff's Department is investigating an in-custody death of an inmate at the Audrain County Jail.

Sheriff Stuart Miller reports 30 year old Mark Anthony Ivey, from the St. Louis Area was discovered unresponsive in his cell by jailers in the early morning hours today.

Emergency medical staff were called to the jail, and the prisoner was taken to SSM St. Mary's Hospital Audrain where the coroner pronounced him dead.

An autopsy is expected to be performed today, and no foul play is suspected at this time.

Ivey was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Wednesday for possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, and driving while intoxicated.

The office is continuing to investigate.


Houchins is Bus Driver of the Year21-Jul-2016

A Mexico School District Bus Driver has received one of 2 Bus Driver of the year awards from the Missouri Association of Pupil Transportation.

The award was presented at the 51st annual MAPT Conference held in Columbia last week.

Houchins began driving a bus in 1963 and still drives today.  He is also a Driver's Education Instructor for the school district.

Houchins was nominated for the award by Director of Operations, Grounds and Transportation, Curt Jackson.

The school district was awarded a fleet excellence award for the 23rd consecutive year.


Mexico Public Safety21-Jul-2016

Yesterday, Mexico Public Safety Arrested:

-32 year old Joseph L. Lovell on 2 Audrain County Warrants

-24 year old Sharrod D. Sanning on Audrain and Boone County Warrants

-and 29 year old Arla J. Gulledge for stealing under 500 dollars, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.


They also investigated:

-a physical domestic in the 800 block of Washington

-a traffic accident on South Clark

-peace disturbances at 500 East Bolivar, 307 North Missouri and on North Abat

-A careless driver on Highway 22

-vehicle break-ins at 1504 Pinelawn, 1020 Francis, 1035 Wilmar, 1316 Omar, 1415 Omar and 1504 Rosebud Court,

-Suspicious activity at 816 West Street, 1114 North Clark, 802 Fairground and on North Jefferson

-trespassing at 4521 Franklin

-fraud reported to 300 North Coal

-stealing reported to 300 North Coal and at 700 West Jackson

-drug activity not in progress at Lakeview Park and at 19 Marine Drive

-identity theft at 1224 West Breckenridge and 1703 South Morris

-unwanted subject 1508 South Western

-property dispute 809 North Olive

-threats at 409 Fairground

-shoplifting 600 West Monroe

-railroad crossing problems on South Morris

-and a burglar alarm at 420 West Promenade


More Vehcile Break Ins21-Jul-2016

Mexico Public Safety has responded to at least 10 calls regarding thefts from vehicles in the last few days.

Seven of the reports came in to the station yesterday. 

According to Major Brice Mesko, with MPSD, all the incidents appear to be occurring during the overnight hours and are primarily in the northwest and west central part of Mexico. 

No damage has been done to any of the vehicles involved, and only small amounts of money have been taken.

MPSD reminds citizens to not leave valuables in unlocked cars, and to call Mexico Public Safety if you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood.


Sheriff's Report21-Jul-2016

On yesterday, the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office:
Investigated:

1.      Suspicious activity along Highway 19.

2.      911 calls along Highway CC and Audrain Road 826.

3.      Civil dispute from a call-in report to the Sheriff’s Office.

4.      Animal abuse along Audrain Road 820.

Issued:
1.      Summons for a traffic offense along Highway 54.
2.      Warning for a traffic offense along Highway 54.

Mexico Accident20-Jul-2016

An accident on South Clark in Mexico resulted in an injury this morning.

The crash occurred when 21 year old Levi Groves of Mexico was traveling on South Clark and rear ended 18 year old Cole Campbell, also of Mexico.  Campbell then lost control of the vehicle and left the roadway.

Groves was uninjured in the accident.

Campbell was transported by private conveyance to SSM St. Mary's-Audrain.


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Fire Still Under Investigation25-Jul-2016

The cause of an early morning fire in Columbia is still under investigation.

Fire crews put out a structure fire at a condemned house on fourth avenue off Providence Road at around 5:40 this (Monday) morning.

The fire caused North Providence Road, to be closed southbound of north 4th Avenue.

According to the Columbia Fire Department an estimated twenty thousand dollars in damages was caused by the fire.


Improvements Coming At Scotts Corner and Bassinger Corner25-Jul-2016

The Missouri Department of Transportation conducted a survey of around 2 dozen residents in the areas of Scotts Corner and Bassinger Corner to help identify safety concerns.

The purpose of the survey was to bring more attention to an area that is experiencing a higher number of vehicle crashes.

Ways to inexpensively make safety improvements in those areas have been identified.  Beginning August 1st, the Bassinger Corner commuter lot will close.  This is an under utilized lot which can block visibility for drivers on U.S. 54 to see vehicles coming from the north.  Additionally, one sign has already been moved.

Other improvements will include changing the striping at the intersections for change lane configurations and adding rumble strips ahead of stop signs.  They will also be relocating some signs and sealing the roads to give them a more consistent appearance and make the lines stand out.


In Sports25-Jul-2016

St. Louis Cardinals rookie pitcher, Mike Mayers, gave up 6 runs in the first inning of his debut to the Los Angeles Dodgers as they lost with a final score of 9 to 6.

The Cards will start a long road trip today, starting with a game against the New York Mets at Citi Field.  Carlos Martinez will start for the redbirds against Noah Syndergaard for the mets.  First pitch is at 6:10.

Kansas City Royals Kendrys Morales scored the only run with a homer in yesterdays game against the Texas Rangers.  Final score was 2 to 1.

The Royals will be at home in Kauffman Stadium as they take on  the Los Angeles Angels.  Hector Santiago will take the mound for the Angels against Ian Kennedy for Kansas City.  The game starts at 7:15.

Nixon to be in Moberly25-Jul-2016

Governor Jay Nixon will be in Moberly tomorrow (Tuesday) morning. 

The purpose of the visit is to announce some new developments in local workforce readiness efforts.

The governor will be joined by some local and regional economic development and workforce officials.

It will be taking place at the Moberly City hall at 10:30 am.


Rainbow House Gets A Facelift25-Jul-2016

The Rainbow House in Columbia got a facelift last week.

The Rainbow House provides multiple service that include a childrens emergency shelter, a child advocacy center, homeless youth program and clinical programs.

The work, that was done by members of Fairview Road Church, was expansive.  The group replaced concrete, installed new cabinets, painted the interior and exterior and did landscape work.


Birth Control Ruling23-Jul-2016

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a Missouri lawmaker who challenged the requirement that birth control coverage be a part of his government provided health insurance.

Paul Weiland and his wife are Roman Catholics, and this became the reason for the lawsuit.  They asserted it was against their religious beliefs to include contraception in their health insurance plan.  

The judge said the contraception coverage mandate violated a section of the religious Freedom Restoration Act.


Boone Assault With Weapon23-Jul-2016

The Boone County Sheriff's office arrested a 35 year old man in connection with a shooting.

The department reports they responded in the early morning hours on thursday to the 700 block of Demaret Drive to a reported disturbance with a gun.  

Deputies came in contact with a 35 year old male who suffered a gunshot wound to his foot while arguing with a neighbor.  He was transported to a hospital where he was treated and released.

Yesterday evening, deputies located and arrested 35 year old James Hanton.  He is charged with Armed Criminal Action, First Degree Assault and unlawful possession of a firearm.


Clinton Picks Missouri Native23-Jul-2016

Presidential nominee Hilary Clinton has chosen a Missouri Native as her running mate.

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine grew up in Kansas City.  He went to law school at the University of Missouri-Columbia, as well as Harvard Law School.

Kaine is expected to join Clinton in Florida.


3 More Arrested in Callaway Thefts21-Jul-2016

The Callaway County Sheriff's Office has arrested 3 more people in relation to a string to thefts.

Deputies, along with the MUSTANG Drug Task Force executed  search warrants in 2 locations in the 12000 block of County Road 4031, near Holts Summit.

29 year old Jacquelyn S. Darst of California, 36 year old LLoyde Thomasson of Holts Summit and 26 year Robert Just Vaught of Holts Summit were taken into custody without incident.

During the search several stolen items and drugs were recovered.  

Thomasson and Darst were arrested for receiving stolen property.

Vaught was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, as well as unrelated charges of domestic assault, felonious restraint, endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful use of a weapon.


5 Arrests in Columbia Robberies21-Jul-2016

5 arrest are made in connection to the recent armed robberies in Columbia.

Columbia Police Detectives report the arrests of 19 year old Deandre Lavelle, 21 year old Darion Martel Polk, 17 year old Christion Deangelo Johnson, and 22 year old Richard Johnson Jr. all of Columbia.

Also 20 year old Ashley Aubrey of Pilot Grove, Missouri.

A search warrant was served by officers at 1416 Greensboro Drive last (Thursday) night for evidence related to the robberies.

The armed robberies occurred earlier this month around Columbia and targeted college aged males.

The suspects are facing charges ranging from first degree robbery, to armed criminal action.


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Former Mexico Resident Killed in Motorcycle Crash25-Jul-2016

A former Mexico resident was killed in a motorcycle accident in Kentucky on Friday.

According to the Lexington Leader Herald, 56 year old Patricia Burke was traveling on Kentucky 11 on a Harley Davidson motorcycle when she lost control and was struck head on by a pick up truck.

Burke was pronounced dead at the scene.    She was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

Burke served as a pediatrician in Mexico before moving her practice.


Mexico Public Safety25-Jul-2016

On Friday, Mexico Public Safety investigated:

Suspicious activity in the 100 block of West Buchanan, 3602 South Clark and 309 West Promenade

-domestic physical on Quantico

-utility problems at 820 Hisey, on North Jefferson, 1021 Robinhood and 205 West Love

-stealing at 420 East Bolivar and 1411 West Monroe

-an ex parte violation reported to 300 North Coal

-burglary not in progress at 1214 Pollock Road

-fight in progress at 1810 West Street

-unlawful ATV operation on Carson

-juvenile problem in the 700 block of Quisenberry

-intoxicated person on Teal Lake

-Careless driver on East Liberty

-and harassment at 602 West Robinson


On Saturday, Public Safety investigated:

-burglar alarms at 3622  South Clark and  1109 East Liberty

-peace disturbances at 1023 Latney, on Lakeside Place, 19 Marine Drive and 728 West Love

-civil dispute at 601 Carson

-stealing at 913 Trinity and 222 South Alabama

-fire alarm at 620 South Clark

-utility problem at 1822 South Western

-careless drivers on West Liberty and South Western

-juvenile problems on Lakeview

-harassment at 1501 North Olive and 2711 South Clark

-suspicious activity at 1221 East Promenade

-and a road hazard on Lakeview


On Sunday, Mexico Public Safety investigated:

-a peace disturbance on North Western

-a fire at 1726 East Liberty

-utility problem at 1801 East Liberty

-domestic physical at 700 block of Baker and 300 block East Liberty

-suspicious activity at 1401 West Breckenridge

-and harassment at 1501 North Olive


Mexico Man Sentenced to 10 Years23-Jul-2016

A Mexico man receives a multiple year sentence for child endangerment, and child abuse.

Audrain County Prosecutor Jacob Shellabarger announced today (Friday) that 32 year old Monte Corriel Ashcraft was sentenced to 10 years in prison on child abuse with serious physical injury charge and 7 years in prison for the first degree child endangerment charge.

Judge Wesley Dalton ruled the 10 and 7 year sentences will run concurrently.

The jury found that Ashcraft abused a 3 month old baby boy by breaking his forearm and ribs, and failed to feed the child, resulting in the baby boy being underweight and malnourished.


The case was tried back in May of this year. 
 

Mexico Man Seriously Injured23-Jul-2016

A 42 year old Mexico man was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident yesterday afternoon.

The crash occurred when John Warneke was riding a 2007 Harley Davidson about a quarter mile west of Scotts Corner on U.S. 54.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Warneke traveled off the right side of the roadway and hit a guardrail.  The bike overturned ejecting Warneke.

He was transported by ambulance to University Hospital in Columbia.


Inmate Death at Audrain County Jail22-Jul-2016

The Audrain County Sheriff's Department is investigating an in-custody death of an inmate at the Audrain County Jail.

Sheriff Stuart Miller reports 30 year old Mark Anthony Ivey, from the St. Louis Area was discovered unresponsive in his cell by jailers in the early morning hours today.

Emergency medical staff were called to the jail, and the prisoner was taken to SSM St. Mary's Hospital Audrain where the coroner pronounced him dead.

An autopsy is expected to be performed today, and no foul play is suspected at this time.

Ivey was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Wednesday for possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, and driving while intoxicated.

The office is continuing to investigate.


Houchins is Bus Driver of the Year21-Jul-2016

A Mexico School District Bus Driver has received one of 2 Bus Driver of the year awards from the Missouri Association of Pupil Transportation.

The award was presented at the 51st annual MAPT Conference held in Columbia last week.

Houchins began driving a bus in 1963 and still drives today.  He is also a Driver's Education Instructor for the school district.

Houchins was nominated for the award by Director of Operations, Grounds and Transportation, Curt Jackson.

The school district was awarded a fleet excellence award for the 23rd consecutive year.


Mexico Public Safety21-Jul-2016

Yesterday, Mexico Public Safety Arrested:

-32 year old Joseph L. Lovell on 2 Audrain County Warrants

-24 year old Sharrod D. Sanning on Audrain and Boone County Warrants

-and 29 year old Arla J. Gulledge for stealing under 500 dollars, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.


They also investigated:

-a physical domestic in the 800 block of Washington

-a traffic accident on South Clark

-peace disturbances at 500 East Bolivar, 307 North Missouri and on North Abat

-A careless driver on Highway 22

-vehicle break-ins at 1504 Pinelawn, 1020 Francis, 1035 Wilmar, 1316 Omar, 1415 Omar and 1504 Rosebud Court,

-Suspicious activity at 816 West Street, 1114 North Clark, 802 Fairground and on North Jefferson

-trespassing at 4521 Franklin

-fraud reported to 300 North Coal

-stealing reported to 300 North Coal and at 700 West Jackson

-drug activity not in progress at Lakeview Park and at 19 Marine Drive

-identity theft at 1224 West Breckenridge and 1703 South Morris

-unwanted subject 1508 South Western

-property dispute 809 North Olive

-threats at 409 Fairground

-shoplifting 600 West Monroe

-railroad crossing problems on South Morris

-and a burglar alarm at 420 West Promenade


More Vehcile Break Ins21-Jul-2016

Mexico Public Safety has responded to at least 10 calls regarding thefts from vehicles in the last few days.

Seven of the reports came in to the station yesterday. 

According to Major Brice Mesko, with MPSD, all the incidents appear to be occurring during the overnight hours and are primarily in the northwest and west central part of Mexico. 

No damage has been done to any of the vehicles involved, and only small amounts of money have been taken.

MPSD reminds citizens to not leave valuables in unlocked cars, and to call Mexico Public Safety if you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood.


Sheriff's Report21-Jul-2016

On yesterday, the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office:
Investigated:

1.      Suspicious activity along Highway 19.

2.      911 calls along Highway CC and Audrain Road 826.

3.      Civil dispute from a call-in report to the Sheriff’s Office.

4.      Animal abuse along Audrain Road 820.

Issued:
1.      Summons for a traffic offense along Highway 54.
2.      Warning for a traffic offense along Highway 54.

Mexico Accident20-Jul-2016

An accident on South Clark in Mexico resulted in an injury this morning.

The crash occurred when 21 year old Levi Groves of Mexico was traveling on South Clark and rear ended 18 year old Cole Campbell, also of Mexico.  Campbell then lost control of the vehicle and left the roadway.

Groves was uninjured in the accident.

Campbell was transported by private conveyance to SSM St. Mary's-Audrain.


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Fire Still Under Investigation25-Jul-2016

The cause of an early morning fire in Columbia is still under investigation.

Fire crews put out a structure fire at a condemned house on fourth avenue off Providence Road at around 5:40 this (Monday) morning.

The fire caused North Providence Road, to be closed southbound of north 4th Avenue.

According to the Columbia Fire Department an estimated twenty thousand dollars in damages was caused by the fire.


Improvements Coming At Scotts Corner and Bassinger Corner25-Jul-2016

The Missouri Department of Transportation conducted a survey of around 2 dozen residents in the areas of Scotts Corner and Bassinger Corner to help identify safety concerns.

The purpose of the survey was to bring more attention to an area that is experiencing a higher number of vehicle crashes.

Ways to inexpensively make safety improvements in those areas have been identified.  Beginning August 1st, the Bassinger Corner commuter lot will close.  This is an under utilized lot which can block visibility for drivers on U.S. 54 to see vehicles coming from the north.  Additionally, one sign has already been moved.

Other improvements will include changing the striping at the intersections for change lane configurations and adding rumble strips ahead of stop signs.  They will also be relocating some signs and sealing the roads to give them a more consistent appearance and make the lines stand out.


In Sports25-Jul-2016

St. Louis Cardinals rookie pitcher, Mike Mayers, gave up 6 runs in the first inning of his debut to the Los Angeles Dodgers as they lost with a final score of 9 to 6.

The Cards will start a long road trip today, starting with a game against the New York Mets at Citi Field.  Carlos Martinez will start for the redbirds against Noah Syndergaard for the mets.  First pitch is at 6:10.

Kansas City Royals Kendrys Morales scored the only run with a homer in yesterdays game against the Texas Rangers.  Final score was 2 to 1.

The Royals will be at home in Kauffman Stadium as they take on  the Los Angeles Angels.  Hector Santiago will take the mound for the Angels against Ian Kennedy for Kansas City.  The game starts at 7:15.

Nixon to be in Moberly25-Jul-2016

Governor Jay Nixon will be in Moberly tomorrow (Tuesday) morning. 

The purpose of the visit is to announce some new developments in local workforce readiness efforts.

The governor will be joined by some local and regional economic development and workforce officials.

It will be taking place at the Moberly City hall at 10:30 am.


Rainbow House Gets A Facelift25-Jul-2016

The Rainbow House in Columbia got a facelift last week.

The Rainbow House provides multiple service that include a childrens emergency shelter, a child advocacy center, homeless youth program and clinical programs.

The work, that was done by members of Fairview Road Church, was expansive.  The group replaced concrete, installed new cabinets, painted the interior and exterior and did landscape work.


Birth Control Ruling23-Jul-2016

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a Missouri lawmaker who challenged the requirement that birth control coverage be a part of his government provided health insurance.

Paul Weiland and his wife are Roman Catholics, and this became the reason for the lawsuit.  They asserted it was against their religious beliefs to include contraception in their health insurance plan.  

The judge said the contraception coverage mandate violated a section of the religious Freedom Restoration Act.


Boone Assault With Weapon23-Jul-2016

The Boone County Sheriff's office arrested a 35 year old man in connection with a shooting.

The department reports they responded in the early morning hours on thursday to the 700 block of Demaret Drive to a reported disturbance with a gun.  

Deputies came in contact with a 35 year old male who suffered a gunshot wound to his foot while arguing with a neighbor.  He was transported to a hospital where he was treated and released.

Yesterday evening, deputies located and arrested 35 year old James Hanton.  He is charged with Armed Criminal Action, First Degree Assault and unlawful possession of a firearm.


Clinton Picks Missouri Native23-Jul-2016

Presidential nominee Hilary Clinton has chosen a Missouri Native as her running mate.

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine grew up in Kansas City.  He went to law school at the University of Missouri-Columbia, as well as Harvard Law School.

Kaine is expected to join Clinton in Florida.


3 More Arrested in Callaway Thefts21-Jul-2016

The Callaway County Sheriff's Office has arrested 3 more people in relation to a string to thefts.

Deputies, along with the MUSTANG Drug Task Force executed  search warrants in 2 locations in the 12000 block of County Road 4031, near Holts Summit.

29 year old Jacquelyn S. Darst of California, 36 year old LLoyde Thomasson of Holts Summit and 26 year Robert Just Vaught of Holts Summit were taken into custody without incident.

During the search several stolen items and drugs were recovered.  

Thomasson and Darst were arrested for receiving stolen property.

Vaught was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, as well as unrelated charges of domestic assault, felonious restraint, endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful use of a weapon.


5 Arrests in Columbia Robberies21-Jul-2016

5 arrest are made in connection to the recent armed robberies in Columbia.

Columbia Police Detectives report the arrests of 19 year old Deandre Lavelle, 21 year old Darion Martel Polk, 17 year old Christion Deangelo Johnson, and 22 year old Richard Johnson Jr. all of Columbia.

Also 20 year old Ashley Aubrey of Pilot Grove, Missouri.

A search warrant was served by officers at 1416 Greensboro Drive last (Thursday) night for evidence related to the robberies.

The armed robberies occurred earlier this month around Columbia and targeted college aged males.

The suspects are facing charges ranging from first degree robbery, to armed criminal action.


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