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Investigation leads to child porn charges against area man

An area man has been indicted this week on multiple child pornography possession charges following a two-year Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) investigation. Lacey Albert Falter, 25, of Farmington, was charged on Thursday in St. Francois County with six counts of possession of child pornography - second/subsequent offense or possession of more than 20 pictures or one film/video.
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22-year-old Missouri officer still in training shot and killed by suspect

A 22-year-old Missouri police officer who was still in training died after a man who was wanted by authorities shot him. "It’s always been a really good, tight-knit community – for the most part – in neighborhoods," Connie Donahoo, who lives nearby where the shooting took place in Independence, Missouri, told KCTV. "But, it just seems like everything is out of control now. Everybody’s scared. Everybody’s on edge. And, we just want peace and quiet in our city."
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Another area man charged with possessing child porn following investigation

An Iron County man has been charged with possessing child pornography following a Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) investigation. Thomas D. Miller, 31, of Ironton, was charged this month in Iron County with five counts of possession of child pornography and one count of resisting or interfering with an arrest.
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Livingston County Update from Sheriff’s Office

September 08 LCSO began an investigation on property damage to a vehicle parked at commuter parking lot U.S. 36 and Highway D. Unknown person(s) broke the rear window to gain entry to the pickup and went through the vehicle. Nothing of value was found to be missing. Investigation continues. Last...
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TRAFFIC ALERT: Crash on eastbound US 50 blocking traffic

JEFFERSON CITY — The Jefferson City Police Department is investigating an injury crash on eastbound US 50, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The crash is blocking the driving lane on the highway. The crash is between West Truman and MO 179. The MSHP is asking drivers to avoid...
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Driver hospitalized after truck strikes guardrail, bridge

LIVINGSTON COUNTY—One person was injured in an accident just before 1a.m. Saturday in Livingston County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2007 Volvo conventional driven by Benjamin Mujovic, 23, Bowling Green, KY., was westbound on U.S. 36 at the Chillicothe City limits. The vehicle traveled off the north side...
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Missouri police officer killed during shootout

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating an officer-involved shooting that transpired in Independence on Wednesday. Police responded to a residence about 11:30 a.m. after receiving a tip that a person in the area was potentially wanted. Upon arrival officers received gunfire from a male suspect. One officer...
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Missouri teen ejected after pickup overturns, burns

CALDWELL COUNTY—A Missouri man was injured in an accident just after 5p.m. Tuesday in Caldwell County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2003 Chevy Silverado driven by Johnathon T. Meservey, 19 Braymer, was northbound on. Route A and traveled off the east side of the road. The driver overcorrected and the pickup traveled off the west side of the road, overturned and the driver was ejected from the passenger side window.
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Maryville woman hospitalized after rear-end crash

NODAWAY COUNTY —One person was injured in an accident just before 9a.m. Wednesday in Nodaway County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2016 Jeep Renegade driven by Anna R. Horn, 24, Maryville, was eastbound on U.S. 136 six miles east of Maryville. The Jeep rear-ended a 2008 Sterling 8513...
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Independence police officer seriously injured, suspect fatally shot

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating an officer-involved that happened in Independence on Wednesday. Around 11:30 a.m., police went to a residential address at E. 24th Street South and S. Northern Boulevard after receiving a tip that a person in the area was potentially wanted. There,...
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MSHP: Farmington woman moderately injured after falling asleep at the wheel

A Farmington woman was moderately injured in an accident on Hildebrecht Road on Wednesday night in St. Francois County, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. At 11:25 p.m., Brooklyn R. Matychowiak, 21, was driving a 2015 Ford Escape eastbound in the 3700 block of Hildebrecht Road when she fell asleep, causing the vehicle to travel off the right side of the roadway and strike a fence, mailbox, and a tree.
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Maryville man injured after truck overturns

GENTRY COUNTY—A Missouri man was injured in an accident just before 4p.m. Tuesday in Gentry County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2008 Sterling driven by Justin W. Viets, 30, Stanberry, was southbound on Highway H three miles south of Darlington. The truck traveled off the east side of...
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MSHP MARKS 90 YEARS OF SERVICE & PROTECTION

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has been in existence since the early 1930s. A letter from Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol says:. “For nine decades, the Missouri State Highway Patrol has answered the call to serve and protect the citizens of this great state. In 1931, a superintendent, six captains, 49 troopers, and a few civilians launched the legacy of exceptional service and protection that remains. From these humble beginnings evolved the full-service law-enforcement agency you know today. Our employees have embraced each additional responsibility– the crime laboratory, driver testing, criminal records, commercial vehicle enforcement, motor vehicle inspection, criminal investigation, gaming enforcement and marine operations to name a few. Numerous natural disasters and serious incidents, increasing social unrest, and most recently, the coronavirus pandemic inspire us to continue being Missouri’s beacon of integrity, professionalism and compassion. Throughout our history, the Patrol has endured crises, emergencies, and challenges that consistently revealed the true quality of our people and our mission.”
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