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COVID-19 is the leading cause of law enforcement deaths in 2021

NEW BLOOMFIELD — The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund said COVID-19 is the leading cause of law enforcement deaths within the first six months of 2021. The organization reported between January 1 and June 30, 2021, 71 officers died from contracting COVID while performing official duties. “It’s not surprising...
COLUMBIA, MO
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Multiple agencies work to free boat stuck on the Gasconade River

Multiple agencies work together to free a stuck boat in Maries County. The Maries County Sheriff’s Office says they got a call yesterday from someone that their boat was stuck on the Gasconade River near Belle. The boat had traveled into shallow water and became grounded. The three occupants inside were an elderly couple and a gentleman in a wheelchair.
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Three arrested in Maries County drug bust

Three people are arrested in Maries County after officers find drugs at a home of someone they call a repeat offender. The Maries County Sheriff’s Office says they searched a home in the 100 block of South Belle Avenue in Belle. Deputies found prescription pills, suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. One woman was arrested as a result of the search. Two men were also arrested on active warrants. No names have been released.
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Two killed in Highway 63 crash in Maries County

Two people lost their lives Saturday resulting from a two-vehicle crash that occurred on Highway 63 in Maries County eight miles north of Rolla, according to an online report of Troop I of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Roy T. Allison, 74, and Jennifer C. Allison, 67, both of Camdenton,...
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Two Camdenton residents killed after motorcycle crash in Maries County

MARIES COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ) A man and woman from Camdenton were killed in a motorcycle crash in Maries County on Saturday. Driver of the vehicle, Roy Allison, 74, failed to navigate a curve on northbound US 63, 8 miles north of Rolla. The vehicle crossed over the center of the roadway and struck another vehicle The post Two Camdenton residents killed after motorcycle crash in Maries County appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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Two killed in Maries County motorcycle crash

MARIES COUNTY — A Camdenton man and woman were killed in a Maries County motorcycle crash Saturday. Roy Allison, 74, failed to navigate a curve on northbound US 63, crossed the center of the roadway, and struck another vehicle head-on, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. Roy and...
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Camdenton man, woman killed in Maries County motorycle crash

A Camden County man and woman are killed when their motorcycle hits a car head-on in Maries County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says Roy Allison, 74, of Camdenton, was driving his motorcycle on Highway 63, about eight miles north of Rolla, Saturday night. The Patrol says Allison failed to negotiate a curve, crossed the center line, and hit a car head-on. Both Allison and his passenger, Jennifer Allison, 67, also of Camdenton, were thrown from the bike. They were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. The other driver wasn’t hurt.
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Dixon man charged after scuffle with a U.S. Marshal during his arrest

A Dixon man is facing several felony charges after allegedly trying to hit a Marshal during his arrest. The Maries County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy was called to home on Highway 133, north of Dixon, on Monday, for a peace disturbance. A Marhsal was also on the scene. The property owner told authorities that a man, Brad Atterberry, had damaged their home and been told to leave on two separate occasions over two days. The Sheriff’s Office says as Atterberry was being arrested, he tried to hit the Marshal, who used a taser to subdue Atterberry.
DIXON, MO

Maries County escapee caught Wednesday morning in Gasconade County

GASCONADE COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ) A Maries County escapee was caught Wednesday morning in Gasconade County after a search of a residence. According to Gasconade County Sheriff's Office Facebook page, Christopher Koepke, a recent escapee from the Maries County Sheriff's Office, was found at a house on High St. in Bland. Koepke was discovered hiding in The post Maries County escapee caught Wednesday morning in Gasconade County appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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Maries County escapee recaptured in crawl space under Bland home

A man who escaped from the Maries County Sheriff's Office was taken back into custody. Christopher Koepke ran away from the sheriff's office in Vienna on Tuesday. He was being processed into custody for a number of warrants. Early Wednesday morning, the Gasconade County Sheriff's deputies performed a search of...
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Authorities find man wanted in Maries County pursuit

Maries County deputies capture one of the two men they’re looking for, a driver with a lengthy criminal record who led a deputy on a high-speed chase yesterday. The manhunt for Steven Jones, 50, of Waynesville, began yesterday morning. A deputy spotted a car that looked like one reportedly involved in suspicious activities in neighboring counties. When the deputy tried to stop the driver, later identified as Jones, he sped off down Highway 63. Jones eventually lost control of the car and ran off the road. He drove into the woods and fled on foot.
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Man escapes while being booked into Maries County jail

The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who escaped while being processed into the county jail. Christopher Koepke, 35, of Owensville, had active warrants for failure to appear in court on drug charges as well as two traffic violations. Authorities says his bail bondsman convinced him to show at the Sheriff’s office using a ruse, where he was taken into custody. But Koepke was able to escape during the booking process.
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Manhunt underway following high speed chase in Maries County

The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is on the lookout for a suspect involved in a high speed chase this morning. The chase raced down Highway 63, Highway A and Highway E. The chase ended when the driver crashed and fled on foot. The Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Phelps County Sheriff’s Office are assisting in the search.
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Owensville man escaped from Maries County Sheriff's Office

An Owensville man escaped from the Maries County Sheriff's Office while being processed. The Office of Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman posted on their Facebook page that they are looking for Christopher Koepke, 35. A bail bondsman tricked Koepke into going to the sheriff's office on Monday. Once Koepke was there, deputies informed him he had several active warrants related to drugs and traffic violations.
OWENSVILLE, MO