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Warrant issued for Wausau assault suspect

A warrant has been issued for a 38-year-old Wausau man accused of assaulting a 12-year-old girl while her mother was at work and her two brothers were in the family home. Court records show Phillip B. Henle, who is not related to the alleged victim, failed to appear Tuesday for a scheduled appearance in Marathon County, prompting prosecutors to ask a judge to revoke bond and issue a bench warrant. Henle has an extensive criminal history.
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Miller County, ARtxktoday.com

Jury selected for brothers accused of rape

A jury was chosen Monday in Miller County to decide the case of two brothers accused of sexually assaulting a younger male relative. Joseph Baker, 23, and Joshua Baker, 22, were each charged with two counts of rape in 2019. According to a probable cause affidavit, a male relative claims he was abused by the brothers from age 12 to age 15 when Joseph Baker would have been approximately 16 to 19 and Joshua Baker was approximately 15 to 18, according to a probable cause affidavit.
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1 of 3 Wausau armed robbery suspects sentenced to prison

A 22-year-old Wausau man will spend four years in prison for his role in an armed robbery at a west-side apartment complex in December. Devonte Scoles was convicted in April of armed robbery with the use of force and was sentenced July 23 after a presentencing investigation was complete. The...
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Police exodus: Officers leaving SLMPD in droves – why?

ST. LOUIS – New statistics show St. Louis Police officers leaving the department in big numbers: nearly twice the rate as the past couple of years. Critics cite Mayor Tishaura Jones’ support of police defunding and a perceived lack of support from the St. Louis Circuit Attorney in prosecuting crime, but there’s more to it.
Arkansas StateArkansas Online

Arkansas man accused of killing girlfriend, burying body now has trial date

TEXARKANA — A man accused of killing his girlfriend in an apartment and burying her body on a hunting lease in Ogden in 2017 is scheduled to face a jury next month. Tony Earl Taylor, 61, appeared Monday for a pretrial hearing before Circuit Judge Carlton Jones on charges of murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence. Questions surrounding Taylor's competency and covid-19 pandemic precautions have led to delays in the case.
Moundsville, WVWest Virginia Record

Couple sues I&B Flag Cars for employee's negligence that caused car accident

MOUNDSVILLE — A couple is suing I&B Flag Cars for a car accident caused by one of its employees. Patricia Bowman was also named as a defendant in the suit. Christopher Beard and Sarah Beard were traveling on U.S. 250 near Cameron on Jun 20, 2020, and were operating a 2002 Ford F350 truck and were pulling their 2018 Grand Design Reflection 37-foot Fifth Wheel Camper with their truck, according to a complaint filed in Marshall Circuit Court.
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