Mexico Woman Arrested On Numerous Charges After Damaging Patrol Car

A Mexico  woman was arrested on numerous charges over the weekend after allegedly causing a vehicle accident and damaging property owned by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. Franklin County Sheriff Steve Pelton reports 31 year old Amanda Hagar was highly intoxicated while returning home from a float trip with her 30 year old boyfriend and […]

Sturgeon Man Charged In Connection With Deaths In Car Crash Out of State

A Sturgeon man is facing charges of that include reckless homicide after a fatal, fiery crash on an Indianapolis freeway over the weekend. According to Indiana State Police the crash yesterday (Sunday) after a semi tractor-trailer hit the back of a line of vehicles backed-up in traffic due to construction. The first car hit caught […]

Mexico Public Safety Report For 7/15/19

CAR ACCIDENTS: A one car accident reported on Saturday morning in the 900 block of North Western in Mexico. According to the accident report it happened when 55 year old David L. Engleman of Mexico was in a vehicle pulling farm equipment and a hit a utility pole, got tangled in the cable lines breaking […]

KXEO Sports Report For 7/15/19

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-2 at Busch Stadium yesterday (Sunday). Paul Goldschmidt launched a two run home run against his former team. Adam Wainwright made a successful return to the mound. Just 2 days after missing a scheduled start with back spasms, the veteran hurler allowed just 4 hits and no […]

Columbia Man Arrested For Stealing, Drugs

A Columbia man was arrested for allegedly stealing from the Factory Connection store on Bluff Street in Fulton Thursday night. Police say the suspect, identified as 30 year old Mitchell Suhr was located a short distance from the store, and the stolen merchandise was recovered. Also during the investigation, police located two types of suspected […]

Parson Vetoes “Viking Funeral” Proposal

Missouri Governor Mike Parson vetoed a bill yesterday [Friday] that would have allowed public, outdoor cremation ceremonies. In his veto letter, Parson said “Without more thorough vetting to ensure that outdoor cremations can be conducted in a manner that fully disposes of the entire remains while also addressing the health and safety concerns of individuals […]

Asphalt Resurfacing Project To Begin Monday

The City of Mexico says the annual asphalt resurfacing project is expected to begin Monday. Christensen Construction will be resurfacing Lakeview Road between Clark and Fairground, as well as North Jefferson Street between Love and the north city limits. The street closure on Lakeview is expected to begin Monday at around 6:30 in the morning […]

Wanted Man Arrested In Fulton Park

Fulton Police arrested a wanted man early this morning while conducting a routine patrol. [Saturday] Fulton Police report an officer was conducting a patrol of the walking trail at Memorial Park on West Second Street and came into contact with Brandon Akers. Akers had an active felony parole warrant for his arrest. He was taken […]

Two Mark Twain Lake Beaches Open

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced  the John F. Spalding Beach and Indian Creek Beach have reopened, however, the beach at 107 remains closed, Both beaches have been cleared of debris and safety checks have been performed. Four lane boat ramps are in use with courtesy docks in palace at all except Ray Behrens. […]

Mexico Public Safety Report For 7/12/19

ARRESTS: Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 27 year old Jena L. Duncan for a City of Mexico Warrant. CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service yesterday (Thursday). Harassment at the Mexico City Square. Shop lifting at 4820 South Clark. A natural gas odor on Carrico. A foot pursuit […]