Those protesting the police shooting of Michael Brown found a new target for their protests – the home of a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper.
A trooper who was at the helm of a Missouri State Highway Patrol boat when a handcuffed Iowa man fell overboard and drowned says he lacked training to handle the situation.
She was hurt at about 1:30 this morning, after pulling over a motorist who she had suspected was driving drunk.
On the one year anniversary of a state trooper’s death, Illinois State Police announced a 24/7 initiative to crackdown on crime on state roads.
A significant number of applications have come in to the Missouri Humane Society but President Kathy Warnick says only about ten meet the criteria.
After months of treatment, including seven surgeries, and time in a foster care program, that dog, Trooper, is ready for a new home.
71-year-old James “J.D.” Hall, of Neosho, was scheduled to go to trial Tuesday in Newton County Circuit Court on charges of first-degree child molestation and misdemeanor assault.
Humane Society veterinarian says rescued dog has an “amazing will to keep going.”
41-year-old Benetta Johnson was sentenced to two years of probation and 150 hours of community service.
41-year-old Benetta Johnson of East St. Louis has waived a jury trial so her case will be heard by St. Louis Circuit Judge Theresa Counts Burke.