Back the Blue

Missouri Attorney General presents “Back the Blue” award to two St. Charles police officers

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt presented two St. Charles City Police Department officers with his “Back the Blue” award. Officer Dillon Porzel and Officer Christopher Scanga were honored with the award in a ceremony at the St. Charles Police Department headquarters. “Our state’s law enforcement make tough decisions and incredible sacrifices every single day. As […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve LAGERS retirement program; update provided on new electric and water meter installation

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen on Monday, July 12 approved the Missouri Local Government Employees Retirement System performing a payroll case study. That was after two LAGERS employees presented information on the retirement program. The LAGERS employees reported that if the city chose to enter the LAGERS retirement program, a new payroll case study would […]

Linn County Prosecuting Attorney Shiante McMahon speaks during an April 23 mock trial of the Big Bad Wolf put on for students in local schools. (Photo courtesy Linn County Prosecuting Attorney's Office via Facebook)

Linn County roiled by prosecutor’s charge of racism, sexism in Marceline Police Department

(Missouri Independent) – When Linn County Prosecuting Attorney Shiante McMahon saw a photo of one of her campaign shirts defaced with obscene, racist, and sexist writing — and learned it had been on display in the headquarters of the Marceline Police Department — she decided a complaint with the city wouldn’t do any good. So she posted the photo […]

Deadly Shooting

Elderly Moberly man jailed without bond; accused of shooting alleged drug dealer in the head

An elderly man from northern Missouri’s Moberly is jailed without bond this (Friday) afternoon, accused of shooting a man he believed to be a drug dealer in the head. Moberly Police Chief Troy Link tells our Moberly affiliate KWIX that the incident happened Thursday evening, just six blocks from the police station.     Charged […]

Fireworks

Trenton and Chillicothe police departments receive complaints on fireworks

Chillicothe Assistant Police Chief Rick Sampsel reports the department received numerous calls of fireworks still being discharged on Sunday night after the designated stopping time of 10 o’clock. Fireworks can be set off on Monday, July 5, in Chillicothe from 8 a.m. until 11 o’clock tonight. Trenton police on Sunday night received a few complaints […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve 2020 financial statements audit, presented a multitude of reports

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved the 2020 financial statements audit on June 28th. CPA John Gillum presented an audit report. The Friends of Gallatin fundraising event to be held on June 26th was rescheduled for July 17th due to forecasted rain. The board of aldermen agreed to grant the picnic liquor license request to […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen report crews to begin installation of new electric and water meters

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved two ordinances on Monday, June 14 that authorized entering into service contract agreements. One involved a telemetry system with Micro-Comm for the water plant supervisory control and data acquisition system. The other involved a uniform service contract agreement with Aramark. The board agreed to hire Decker Construction to insert […]

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Chillicothe Police Department busy with assault at water park, person that was “lost and confused,” and arrests on Alexander Street

Chillicothe Police officers took reports of an assault at the Chilli Bay Water Park, an apparently lost and confused person in the 700 block of Elm Street, and a disturbance in the 1400 block of Alexander Street on June 15. Assistant Police Chief Rick Sampsel says two juveniles assaulted each other at the water park, […]

Police Standoff

Cameron police officers respond to domestic assault, which turns into standoff with police

Cameron Police Chief Rick Bashor reports a standoff in Cameron on Friday evening, June 4, ended with negotiators talking a suspect out of a residence without incident.  This after the police department responded to the area of Grand and Short avenues in reference to a domestic assault. Bashor says, upon arrival, officers discovered the suspect […]

Arrest

Chillicothe man faces several charged after arrest on Wednesday

A Chillicothe resident was arrested on June 2 after the Chillicothe Police took a report of someone suffering from anxiety problems and possibly going to injure himself or herself. Assistant Police Chief Rick Sampsel says officers located the person in a vehicle, and no weapon was observed. The person allegedly became belligerent with and resisted officers. […]