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Maryville teen injured in Nodaway County accident Saturday morning

NODAWAY COUNTY, Mo. — A Maryville teen was injured in a Nodaway County accident Saturday morning. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Frederick A. Creamer, 26, of Maryville, was driving a Nissan Sentra northbound on U.S. Route 71 at Fairway Road, about five miles north of Maryville, around 11:35 a.m. Saturday. A Mercury Sable, being driven by Dakota L. Wray, 18, of Hopkins, was driving southbound on Fairway Road and failed to stop at a stop sign. Wray’s vehicle traveled into the path of Creamer’s vehicle, causing Creamer’s Sentra to strike the rear bumper of Wray’s Sable. Wray’s female passenger, 15, was moderately injured and transported by Nodaway County EMS to Mosaic in Maryville for treatment.
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3 hospitalized after car strikes a deer, embankment

HARRISON COUNTY—Three people were injured in an accident just before 2a.m. Saturday in Harrison County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2016 Volkswagen Jetta driven by Preston D. Trusty, 22, Eagleville, was northbound on U.S. 69 three miles north of Eagleville. The Volkswagen struck a deer, continued northbound and...
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Man who set fire to jail sentenced to prison

MARYVILLE, Mo. (AP) — A Nebraska man who set a fire that forced the evacuation of a Missouri county jail has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for arson and other charges. Ethen Mark Bentley, 29, of Stella, Nebraska, was sentenced July 16 after pleading guilty to first-degree arson...
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Harrison County one-vehicle accident injures three Saturday

HARRISON COUNTY, Mo. — A Harrison County one-vehicle accident injured three early Saturday. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Preston D. Trusty, 22, of Eagleville, was driving a Volkswagen Jetta northbound on U.S. Route 69, about three miles north of Eagleville, at 1:55 a.m. Saturday. His vehicle struck a deer, continued northbound, traveled off the west side of the roadway, struck an embankment, returned to the road and traveled off the east side of the roadway. Two of his passengers, Charles D. Bray, 21, of London, Kentucky and Grant L. Trusty, 18, of Eagleville received minor injuries. A third passenger, Peggy L. Lawson, 21, of London, Kentucky was moderately injured. All three were transported by NTA Ambulance to Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany for treatment.
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Nebraska Man Sentenced to Prison for Nodaway County Jail Fire

Ethan Mark Bentley, photo by Nodaway County Sheriff's Department. A man has received a 10-year prison sentence for setting the fire that forced the evacuation of the Nodaway County jail in January. 29 year old Ethan Mark Bently of Stella, Nebraska pleaded guilty to first-degree arson for setting a fire...
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Nodaway County Sheriff’s officers are deputized by US marshals

On July 14, US Marshal Mark James swore in Travis L. Cochenour, Austin Hann and Dalton Murphy of the Nodaway County Sheriff’s department as special deputy US marshals. James and Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong have started a new partnership between the United States Marshals Service and the Nodaway County Sheriff department. This collaboration is part of the ongoing effort to address violent crime in both metropolitan and rural areas of the state.
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Nebraska man who set fire in Missouri jail sentenced

MARYVILLE, Mo. — A Nebraska man who set a fire that forced the evacuation of a Missouri county jail has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for arson and other charges. Ethen Mark Bentley, 29, of Stella was sentenced July 16 after pleading guilty to first-degree arson for setting a fire in his cell in January at the Nodaway County Jail. Jail officials were forced to evacuate 20 inmates through smoky, narrow hallways. No one was injured.
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