-a domestic physical assault in the 10 block of Quantico
-a domestic verbal assault in the 1800 block of West
-a burglary, not-in-progress, at 1109 E. Holt
-stealing/theft on Highway J and at 614 W. Maple
-and fraud reported from 707 W. Jackson
-a domestic verbal assault in the 900 block of Curtis
-a burglary, not-in-progress, at 19 Lakeside
-stealing/theft at 300 N. Coal
-threats made at 4820 S. Clark
-fraud at 440 Kelley and at 2783 S. Clark
-and three stop-arm violations reported from 2101 Lakeview.
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-A non-injury accident at the intersection of N. Jefferson and Grey
-and a traffic accident at 510 W. Jackson
-a domestic physical assault in the 600 block of Breckenridge
-a vehicle break-in at 1024 Francis, 603 W. Robinson, and at 720 N. Craig
-drug activity, not-in-progress, at the intersection of 1315 Rosebud and Fairground
-property damage at 1020 W. Breckenridge
-stealing/theft at 1100 Littleby
-and fraud at 2900 S. Clark
-stealing/theft at 1020 S. Union, at the West Plaza Shopping Center, and reported to 300 n. Coal
-threats made at 1110 N. Wade and at 512 N. Clark
-a vehicle break-in at 910 S. Union
-a domestic verbal assault in the 400 block of Robinson
-and a fire alarm at 620 E. Monroe.
A Mexico teen was arrested early Saturday morning for multiple charges.
The Highway Patrol reports 19-year-old Tyler Kemry was taken into custody around 12:26 am in Audrain County. He is charged with speeding, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Kemry was taken to the Audrain County jail awaiting bond.
A Mexico woman was moderately injured and a Kansas City woman seriously hurt after a single-vehicle crash in Cooper County early yesterday [Sunday] morning.
The Highway Patrol reports 20-year-old Leah Cohon, of Kansas City, was driving a 2012 Ford Fiesta westbound on I-70 around 2:37 am. At the 95.8 mile marker, the vehicle traveled off the left side of the roadway, struck median cables as it crossed the median and then the eastbound lanes. The Ford then went off the left side of the roadway, became airborn, and traveled down an embankment. The vehicle overturned several times and came to rest on it's top.
Cohon suffered serious injuries. Passenger 25-year-old Whitney Whittaker suffered moderate injuries. Both were transported to University Hospital via Staff for Life.
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The Missouri House has passed a bill that would bar cities, counties and law enforcement from setting traffic-ticket quotas.
House members tacked on a number of additional provisions to the bill before voting 86-59 yesterday [Monday] to pass it. It will now head back to the Senate.
The bill is aimed at stopping public officials from requiring police to write a certain number of citations. It also would prohibit supervisors from suggesting their subordinates issue more tickets.
Lawmakers face a May 13 deadline to pass the legislation before session ends.
One of two suspects arrested in last year’s  armed robbery of a Bowling Green restaurant was arraigned yesterday [Monday].
24-year-old Samantha Asbell, of Bowling Green, is charged with one felony count of robbery. She’s accused of being involved in the July 11th holdup of a Hardee's.
The other suspect, 26-year-old Brandon McBride, of Bowling Green, is charged with felony robbery, armed criminal action and felonious restraint. He will be in court May 12th for a trial setting.
The suspects allegedly planned to use almost $1,100 taken to buy drugs.
The Centralia Community has few days left to raise funds to send 26 local veterans on the same Honor Flight.
The Central Missouri Honor Flight organization funds veterans' trips to Washington, D.C. The Centralia school district and community wish to send 26 veterans on the same trip, and in order to do this they need to fund an entire flight, which consists of 70 veterans.
The school district and community have until Thursday [May 6th] to raise $21,000. They have already raised a little over $13,000 and are asking the public for additional help.
Kelly Dickerson, from Centralia Public schools, says the district has already raised over half of the money needed:
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A black bear briefly trapped by Missouri wildlife experts two years ago  has resurfaced in Warren County.
The bear, nicknamed 'Gummy', was tagged by the Missouri Department of Conservation near Springfield in 2014. He was sedated and inspected yesterday [Monday] at a Warren County farm some 200 miles from his original spot.
During that time, the bear managed to swim across the Missouri River or cross a bridge.
A Holts Summit man has pled guilty in Callaway County Court to charges of sodomy.
Prosecuting Attorney Christopher D. Wilson reports 31-year-old Jonathan Hannon was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to statutory sodomy in the first degree. Hannon admitted to having one child victim, under the age of 12 years old, between 2008 and 2012.
The case was investigated by the Holts Summit police department.
A Jefferson City man was moderately injured after a single-vehicle crash in Moniteau County yesterday [Monday] morning.
The Highway Patrol reports 29-year-old Kyle Denich was driving a 2001 Ford Ranger southbound on Highway 179 around 11:20 am. At Moniteau Creek, the vehicle went off the right side of the roadway, overcorrected, and overturned.
Denich was transported by ambulance to St. Mary's hospital. He was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident.
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