• Autopsy of Body found in Caruthersville, MO Complete, No Evidence of Foul Play Found
    The autopsy of a body found in Caruthersville, MO was completed on Thursday. Authorities had hoped that the procedure would help to identify the body, which they believe to be the remains of 34-year-old Jerry Lynn Carr, who went missing back in August of last year. The remains were found on Monday in a tree line on County Road 363 in Pemiscot County, MO, and a death investigation followed, and is still in process. No evidence of foul play were found at the scene. Authorities say that they are investigating the incident as a homicide until evidence is found that ...
  • Human Torso Found in Dunklin Co., MO
    Partial remains of a human body were found in Dunklin County, MO. Two people were frogging in a drainage ditch along County Road 551 south of Kennett, MO on Wednesday when they found a human torso, and reported it to the Dunklin County Sheriff's Office. County Coroner James Powell received the torso and will be performing an autopsy this morning to take measures and attempt to identify the body. The death is being investigated by the Dunklin County Sheriff's Office and the Missouri Highway Division of Drug and Crime Control.
  • Poplar Bluff Woman Arrested on Drug Charges
    A woman from Poplar Bluff, MO was arrested on drug charges following the execution of a warrant on Wednesday afternoon. The warrant was executed by investigators from the Poplar Bluff PD, DEA Task Force, Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force, BATF, and United States Postal Inspectors Office. The warrant was executed at a home on Hampton Court in Poplar Bluff, where one pound of high-grade marijuana was found following a search of the residence. 46-year-old Lisa McGuire was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, with intent to distribute. She was taken to the Butler County Jail thereafter.
  • Names of Culprits, Store Owner in Kennett, MO Armed Robbery Released
    The names of the suspects arrested in the Kennett armed robbery case, as well as the name of the shop owner shot during the incident, have been released. 36-year-old Joiner, AR man Antonio Brown and 35-year-old Blytheville, AR resident Julius Lamont Jones were arrested on Wednesday night after they engaged police in a chase that crossed the Arkansas border, following an armed robbery of Curt's Grocery in Kennett, MO. According to Capt. Tim Trowbridge, the store's owner, Lee Sawyer, pulled a gun during the robbery, and was shot during the firefight that followed. He was injured in the kneecap, and ...
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