MARYVILLE, Mo. (AP) â€” A special prosecutor in a Missouri case involving an alleged sexual assault reached the same conclusion as the initial prosecutor when she found there wasn't enough evidence to gain a felony conviction.
The North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates broke a seven-game losing streak, downing Penn Valley 85-70 in the opener of a Region XVI doubleheader on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center.
A Grundy county jury deliberated two and a half hours yesterday afternoon before delivering an acquittal on felony charges filed against a Trenton resident, 33 year old Jeffrey Van Hoozer. The decision by jurors was unanimous.
A Gilman City resident was hurt southeast of Bethany when the pickup truck she was driving traveled off Highway 146, hit a ditch, tipped onto the driver's side of the vehicle, and then came to rest upright on its wheels.
August W. Jentsch, 25, of Leeâ€™s Summit, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Gary A. Fenner to cyberstalking and possessing child pornography. Jentsch was taken into federal custody at the conclusion of the hearing.