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Officer Sullentrup's family thankful as he remains in ICU in 'stable' condition
HERMANN, Mo. — Officer Adam Sullentrup, who survived a shooting at a Hermann, Missouri, gas station earlier this month, is progressing in his recovery, his family said Saturday. Sullentrup's family provided an update through the Hermann Police Department's Facebook page saying he is still in the intensive care unit...
People linked across Missouri to celebrate Hermann's annual Wurstfest
HERMANN- People from across the state came out to get a taste from the biggest sausage tasting event in Missouri. Locals and tourists got to celebrate German heritage through several events like live music, dancing, volksmarching and purchasing an array of everything sausage and pork. The Hermann Wurstfest has been...
Family of murdered St. Charles woman processing loss one day at a time
The family of a missing woman found dead last week in Maryland Heights are planning to lay her to rest. Family of murdered St. Charles woman processing loss …. The family of a missing woman found dead last week in Maryland Heights are planning to lay her to rest. Commercial...
Hermann Officer Upgraded To Stable, Remains In ICU
The Sullentrup Family would like to thank everyone far and wide for their continued love and support as Adam recovers. We would especially like to thank the Casey’s employees, other bystanders, Hermann Fire & EMS, Hermann Hospital and Air Evac Helicopter crew for the quick and initial actions that saved Adam’s life. We are also thankful for the doctors, nurses and other team members at Mercy Hospital for the excellent care being provided to Adam and our entire family.
Local psychiatrist talks about mental health crisis among teen girls
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released a new report that shows teenage girls across the country are experiencing a mental health crisis. Local psychiatrist talks about mental health crisis …. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released a new report that shows teenage girls across...
Owensville, March 27 High School ⚽ Game Notice
The Blair Oaks High School soccer team will have a game with Owensville High School on March 27, 2023, 17:00:00 CST.
Folsom: Covering police tragedy
The recent shooting of two police officers in Hermann, one of them fatal, is a reminder of the impact such events can have on a community. I was a reporter in Odessa, Texas, in September 2007, when three officers were shot by a domestic violence suspect. Two of them died that night, the third a few days later.
More than $50K raised for Hermann police officers
There continues to be an outpouring of community support for the families of the two officers shot in Hermann on March 12. “I just want to say thank you to each and every person from Franklin, Gasconade counties, and beyond that have shown support for Detective Sergeant Mason Griffith and Officer Adam Sullentrup this last week,” said New Haven Police Chief Christopher Hammann, who worked with Sullentrup at NHPD and knew Griffith. “Both men dedicated their lives and careers to serve the communities in which they lived and worked. I have attended multiple funerals for first responders over the years and have never seen this level of support for law enforcement in my life.”
CVPA teacher to be honored after death for heroism
The teacher killed during the CVPA school shooting will be recognized this afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery. Jean Kuczka died protecting her students. She will be honored with a posthumous single act of heroism award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. CVPA teacher to be honored after death for...
St. Clair shuts out Dutchgirls
The new turf played well for the Lady Bulldogs. St. Clair (3-2, 1-1) shut things down after just one half in the girls soccer home opener Tuesday against Four Rivers Conference rival Owensville (1-2, 1-2), 8-0.
Fallen Officer Laid To Rest Sunday
Mason Griffith, the police officer who was fatally wounded in the line of duty March 12, was laid to rest Sunday. Griffith, 34, was a 2007 Sullivan High School graduate and detective sergeant at the Hermann Police Department, part-time police chief at Rosebud and reserve deputy at the Gasconade County Sheriff’s Office.
Two Gerald residents hurt in crash south of Washington
Two Gerald residents were hospitalized after being injured in a two-car crash in rural Franklin County on Tuesday, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The highway patrol reports that at 9:37 a.m. on Tuesday, March 21, Douglas R. Vaughn, 47, of Gerald, was driving a 2002 Ford F250 truck northbound on Highway A. As Vaughn drove north, he failed to notice a vehicle had stopped in the roadway, waiting to make a left turn onto Pottery Road.
New judge assigned to murder case in Hermann
HERMANN, Mo. (KMIZ) A new judge has been assigned for the case of the man charged with murdering a Hermann police sergeant. The hearing for Kenneth Simpson, 35, of Steelville, set for Monday was canceled on Friday after the defense asked for a change in judge. Matthew Houston has been assigned to preside over the case. The post New judge assigned to murder case in Hermann appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Fatality in Gasconade County accident
GASCONADE COUNTY, Mo. – A Berger driver dies from his injuries in a single-vehicle accident Sunday, March 19. A Missouri State Highway Patrol report indicates at approximately 1:30 a.m., southbound driver Markus R. Eldringhoff, 20, crossed into the northbound lane of Route J, 1.5 miles south of Highway 100. Eldringhoff reportedly overcorrected and struck a fence and tree.
New judge assigned to Hermann murder trial
A new judge is assigned to the murder trial of a man accused of shooting two Hermann police officers, one fatally. On Monday, Associate Judge Matthew Houston for the 20th Judicial Circuit Court was named as the new judge. It was last week when the judge overseeing the case recused herself, placing the case in the hands of Sonya Brant. But Kenneth Simpson’s defense team filed paperwork Friday to have her replaced.
One man dead after crash in Gasconade County Sunday morning
GASCONADE COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ) A Berger man is dead after a crash in Gasconade County early Sunday morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said on Twitter at about 2 a.m. that Troopers were investigating a single vehicle crash on MO 100 near Route J. The crash happened when a vehicle driven by Markus Eldringhoff, 20, The post One man dead after crash in Gasconade County Sunday morning appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Monday hearing for man accused of killing Hermann officer canceled
HERMANN, Mo. (KMIZ) The hearing for the man accused of killing a Hermann officer and critically injuring another officer originally scheduled for Monday was pushed back indefinitely until a new judge can be found. Kenneth Simpson made his first court appearance on Wednesday, March 15. Since then, several changes have been made to who will The post Monday hearing for man accused of killing Hermann officer canceled appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Missouri man dies after car crash into tree, fence
GASCONADE COUNTY—A Missouri man died in an accident just after 1:30a.m. Sunday in Gasconade County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2012 Nissan Altima driven by Markus R. Eldringhoff, 20, Berger, was southbound on Route J one and one half miles south of MO 100. The car traveled...
Condo at Owensville resort damaged by fire
A condo at a Gasconade County resort is damaged by fire. The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Protection District reported that the Washington Fire Department and New Haven/Berger Fire Protection District were called to a first-alarm structure fire at the Lost Valley Lake Resort in Owensville Sunday. Those departments responded in place of the Gerald-Rosebud District, which was on funeral detail for the services for their police chief, Mason Griffith.
Simpson pleads not guilty, new judge to hear case
The man accused of fatally shooting one Hermann Police Department officer and seriously wounding another made his first appearance in court on Wednesday. Kenneth Simpson, 35, appeared in court via video livestream next to the public defender assigned to represent him. Simpson, who remains in the custody of the Crawford County Jail, plead not guilty to the charges against him.
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