A central Missouri sheriff facing charges that include harassment and stalking says he intends to keep doing his job.
A federal judge has scheduled a hearing Monday for a paraplegic inmate who says he should be released from detention because he’s not receiving proper medical care at the Madison County jail.
Sheriff’s deputies in Cedar Rapids didn’t have to go far to arrest a man charged with stealing the newspaper outside their office.
As President Obama continues to push gun control proposals in Washington D.C., a Johnson County sheriff is asking fellow law enforcers to sign and send this letter to the president.
Judge Julie Katz dismissed the case at the request of Sheriff Keith Kellerman’s attorney Thomas Mansfield, who argued that the ordinance didn’t specify what constituted indecent conduct
Sheriff Mearl Justus resigned this week after 30 years in the job.
Former sheriff, Raymond Martin, was awaiting resentencing in a drug and witness-tampering case.
Voters approved the formation of a new police department
Two men and three women overpower Pettis Co. deputy, take his squad car.
Letter demands $5,000 “insurance” payment to claim windfall.