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66 year-old Lebanon woman injured in crash on Route Z

LACLEDE COUNTY, Missouri- Patricia M. Gould, 66, of Lebanon was injured in a crash on Route Z, south of 32 this morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says she failed to negotiate a curve, and then travelled off the right side of the roadway and  struck a fence and a tree. The 2013 Durango came to rest facing the opposite direction. It had extensive damage and was towed. Gould was transported to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon by ambulance for what were listed as minor injuries. She was wearing a safety belt. Trooper Riggs responded to the scene at 7:30 a.m....

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Grants available to school districts bring breakfast to students, governor says

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri- Gov. Nixon says grants are now available to local school districts to increase access to breakfast, improve child nutrition. New resources through a Community Services Block Grant are available to help Missouri schools make breakfast an essential part of the school day, Gov. Nixon announced. The Missouri Breakfast Challenge offers funding of up to $3,000 for qualified schools to help cover the costs of equipment like rolling carts, insulated bags and coolers, and kiosks. Incentives will be awarded to the highest performing schools. Participating schools that see the highest increases in breakfast participation over the school year will be eligible...

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Pulaski fugitive and his Lebanon accomplice still on the run

WAYNESVILLE, Missouri- Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Long says fugitive Dustin Richardson and his accomplice, Marlee Davy are still on the lam. Richardson 27, is a white male, 5’11, 180 pounds. Richardson has short brown hair and brown eyes, with multiple tattoos about his body. This inmate was in custody for Child Molestation, 1st Degree, and has another outstanding warrant out of Camdenton County for Molesting a Minor. Richardson is also a career offender and should be considered dangerous. A female who was driving a vehicle that lead law enforcement officers on a high speed chase in North Pulaski County yesterday...

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BREAKING: Pulaski jail break fugitive arrested near Crocker

WAYNESVILLE, Missouri- Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Longs says one of the two inmates that escaped from the Pulaski County Jail early Sunday morning has been taken into custody. James R. Sherrell was apprehended in a rural home located approximately 5 miles west of Crocker on U Highway Monday. Sherrell was arrested without incident. The search continues for escapee Dustin Richardson and his accomplice, Lebanon resident Marlee Davy.   This is a developing...

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Pulaski County jailer charged with having sexual contact with now fugitive inmate

WAYNESVILLE, Missouri- The Pulaski County Daily News has reported that  jailer, Angelica Black, 22, has been charged with having sexual contact with an inmate. The inmate, Dustin Richardson, 27, is one of two inmates who escaped from the county jail early Sunday morning. Details coming. According to court documents filed Sunday, Black admitted to a sheriff’s detective early Sunday morning that her contact included “kissing the inmate, allowing the inmate to fondle her breast, and touching” the inmate’s private parts on one occasion. Black was arrested at 7 a.m. Sunday, less than six hours after Richardson and another inmate, James...

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