Portion Of Missouri Will Have Easter Winter Weather Advisory

A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect on Easter morning for a portion of Missouri. Randolph, Macon an Chariton County are all under the advisory issued by the National Weather Service. Snow accumulation in these areas is expected to be between 2 and 4 inches, with periods of sleet and freezing rain. The winter […]

Candidate Calls For Legalizing Machine Guns

A man running for a seat in the United States Senate tweeted for the legalization of machine guns. Austin Petersen said in a tweet that it is “Time to stop playing defense on the #2ndAmendment and start going on the offense. It’s time we start talking about legalizing machine guns and repealing the National Firearms […]

Motion To Dismiss In DeBrodie Case

A motion to dismiss was filed in the Carl DeBrodie wrongful death lawsuit yesterday. [Friday] The lawsuit is filed against 23 defendants, including Second Chance Homes and the Missouri Department of Mental Health. The basis of the lawsuit claims the defendants failed to provide for DeBrodie’s safety and attempted to cover up the circumstances of […]

Patrol Arrest Prairie Hill Man For Child Porn

A Chariton County man was arrested on child pornography charges after an investigation by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The patrol reports 19 year old Steven Tyler Greer of Prairie Hill was taken into custody for possession of child pornography and furnishing pornography to a minor. Greer was contacted at his home on Academy Road […]

One Arrested After Deputies Find Drugs and Gun

The Boone County Sheriff’s Department arrested a man after a traffic stop led to the discovery of weapons an drugs last night. [Friday] Deputies report around 9:45 they conducted a traffic stop on Business Loop 70 near Old Highway 63 for an equipment violation. A search was conducted and yielded several grams of Methamphetamine, heroin, […]

Westminster To Commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Westminster College in Fulton will be holding a special national commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the National Churchill Museum. There will be a screening of part of Dr. King’s “I’ve been to the Mountaintop” speech, the last he ever gave on the evening before he […]

Veteran MPSD Officer Enters Retirement

Barry Kniepfel, who has served the Mexico community for 40 years was honored in a retirement celebration this afternoon. Lt. Kniepfel has served as a dispatcher, sergeant and Lieutenant, as well as been a member of the Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad and a graduate of the FBI National Academy. Kniepfel says he will spend his […]

Mexico Public Safety Report for 3/30/18

Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 35 year old Luke D. Matich yesterday (Thursday) for Driving While Intoxicated, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Possession of Controlled Substance. Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls yesterday (Thursday): A child abuse or neglect call at 605 East Promenade. A intoxicated person driving at […]

Audrain County Vehicle Pursuit and Arrest of Armed Fugitive

A brief vehicle pursuit in Audrain County last (Thursday) night leads to the arrest of an armed fugitive. According to deputies a K-9 Unit was patrolling Audrain Road 844, South of Mexico last (Thursday) night when they attempted to 29 year old Kelsey Clay Skouby of Mexico for traffic violations. Deputies say Skouby tried elude […]