Lafayette County, MO

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LEXINGTON MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY WIELDED AN AXE

A 24-year-old Lexington man facing a couple of felony charges related to an incident in Lafayette County on September 1, 2020, changed his mind about wanting a speedy trial. According to a Lexington Police report, officers responded to a domestic disturbance, and the calling party said Earl Stackhouse was beating on her door with an axe. Before officers arrived, the caller advised dispatch that Stackhouse had gained entry to the residence.
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Concordia, MOkmmo.com

CONCORDIA WOMAN SENTENCED TO PROBATION AS PART OF PLEA DEAL

A 43-year-old Concordia woman who was charged with multiple felonies after a reported incident on March 4, 2020, changed her plea and has been sentenced in Lafayette County. A police report says an officer responded to a residence to assist medics with an overdosed patient. Central dispatch advised that the caller stated the patient had overdosed on heroin. Melanie Hilbrenner met officers at the front door of the home and took them to the unresponsive man. Officers also reported seeing a loaded AR 15 rifle and large knives throughout the home within reach of a 6-year-old child. They also located drug-related items, as well as several items used to consume the drugs.
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Lafayette County, MOKMZU

Marshall man one of two held in Lafayette County

LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. — Two men were taken into custody Tuesday afternoon in Lafayette County, on drug and weapon possession allegations. Ezra J. Talbert, 28, of Mill Valley, California, was stopped for speeding and suspicion of driving while intoxicated by drugs, just after 4:00 p.m. yesterday, June 15. The Missouri Highway Patrol report accuses Talbert and Dylan H. Hoisington, 19, of Marshall, Mo., of felony possession of a controlled substance, unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.
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RAYTOWN WOMAN’S SENTENCING HEARING POSTPONED

A sentencing hearing that was scheduled to be held last week for a 45-year-old Raytown woman charged with a drug-related felony was postponed. According to a police report, during a traffic stop in Lafayette County on September 9, 2020, authorities searched the vehicle driven by Heather Graff and located numerous illegal drugs, including marijuana and methamphetamine.
Lafayette County, MOkmmo.com

LEXINGTON MAN SENTENCED TO SPEND TIME IN STATE PRISON

A 29-year-old Lexington man facing a drug-related felony charge after he was found to be in possession of a controlled substance on March 29 in Lafayette County has been sentenced to state prison. According to a Lexington Police report, Travis Good was told by an officer that he was a...
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KANSAS MAN FOUND GUILTY OF TRAFFICKING METH

A 56-year-old Gardner, Kansas, man is going to be spending nearly two decades in the Missouri Department of Corrections after a jury’s verdict was handed down last month. Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney Kristen Ellis-Hilbrenner announced that Michael Clayton was found guilty on May 5 of Felonies for Trafficking drugs in the First Degree, Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Forgery.
Waverly, MOkmmo.com

WAVERLY MAN FACING MULTIPLE CHARGES IS BEING HELD WITHOUT BOND IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY

A Waverly man is facing multiple felonies following an incident in Waverly on Wednesday, June 9. According to a probable cause statement, at approximately 1:53 p.m., on Wednesday, an Officer with the Waverly Police Department responded to a physical disturbance in the area of Old Bridge Rd near Thomas Dr. During the investigation, it was determined that there was cause to arrest 26-year-old Brandon Shackelford.
Waverly, MOKMZU

No bond for Waverly man charged with assault

LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MO – A Waverly man is facing several misdemeanor and felony charges from an incident that reportedly occurred Wednesday. According to the probable cause statement, Waverly police attended to a victim of an assault Wednesday afternoon. The victim told police Brandon Shackelford, 26, was “highly intoxicated” during the encounter, threw her across the living room of the residence and tried to strangle her. The victim had minor abrasions and redness around her neck, and told authorities repeatedly “I don’t want to die.” Shackelford fled the scene after the incident, according to the probable cause statement.
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Concordia Woman injured in I-70 Rollover Accident

A Concordia woman was injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred Tuesday in Lafayette County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that an eastbound 2004 Ford Freestar, driven by 57-year-old Monica D. Abbott of Concordia, was on I-70 at the 59.8 mile marker at 4:10 p.m., when she struck the rear of an eastbound 1999 Honda Odyssey, driven by 20-year-old Lake H. Young of Edwards. The Honda traveled off the right side of the roadway and overturned.
Waverly, MOkmmo.com

CRAIG ALAN CLOSTERMAN

Craig Alan Closterman, 52, of Waverly, died Friday, June 4, 2021. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, June 9, from 10 a.m. until 10:45 a.m., at the Waverly Baptist Church in Waverly. Funeral Services will follow at 11 a.m., officiated by Pastor Zach Haffecke. Burial will be in Val Halla Cemetery, Waverly, Missouri.