Jefferson City Police Capt. Doug Shoemaker said Tuesday that the note from Spence Jackson was dated March 27. Jackson was found dead Sunday in his Jefferson City apartment from a single gunshot wound to the head.
Jefferson City police announced at a news conference that Jackson left behind a suicide note, but they have not revealed its content or themes.
Spence Jackson, the media director for late Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, was found dead in his apartment on Sunday, sources confirmed to KMOX News.
Clayton Detective Lt. Don Bass said they have found no evidence Schweich was the target of bullying, threats or blackmail.
While Tom was troubled by the alleged whisper campaign, his father says that wasn’t what necessarily put him over the edge.
Missouri Republican Party Chairman John Hancock was a guest on the Charlie Brennan Show this morning, speaking for the first time regarding allegations that he made remarks contributing to the apparent suicide of State Auditor Tom Schweich.
Hancock will be a guest on the Charlie Brennan Show at 9 a.m. on KMOX.
A judge says the St. Louis archdiocese must turn over internal records on sexual abuse allegations spanning two decades as part of a civil lawsuit.
A St. Charles County man is facing charges for allegedly throwing two knives at police officers from a second-floor window.
Inside information into the suicide of the late State Auditor Tom Schweich came from former Sen. John Danforth to the Kansas City Star.