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Rivas sentenced to six years on drug charge

February 21, 2014 Court Records
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Prisciliano Lepe, also known as Jesus Rivas, age unknown, was sentenced to six years in prison today on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. [...]

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February 18 Law Day results posted

February 19, 2014 Court Records
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The following cases were heard during the February 18 Law Day docket: Billingley, Charles Michael, 27, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to tampering in the first degree, admitting he took a vehicle [...]

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Brown sentenced to life with no parole in Smith murder case

February 11, 2014 Court Records
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Following guilty verdicts at a jury trial conducted November 19 through 26, Jamauhle D. Brown was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the shooting death [...]

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February 3 Law Day results listed

February 6, 2014 Court Records
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The following cases were taken up during the February 3 Law Day docket: Adams, Ryan, 35, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was placed on probation [...]

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January 21 Law Day cases resolved

January 24, 2014 Court Records
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The following cases were taken up during the January 21 Law Day docket: Boslaugh, James, 29, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to violation of an order of protection. Sedalia Police Officer Travis [...]

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Sedalian found guilty on drug charges

January 24, 2014 Court Records
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A Pettis County jury deliberated about 45 minutes Thursday morning before returning four guilty verdicts against Wyatt M. Mitchell, age 39, of Sedalia. The Sedalia Police Department’s S.T.I.N.G. Unit, assisted [...]

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Law Day results listed for first week of January

January 10, 2014 Court Records
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January 10, 2014 Weather-related issues caused the Law Day cases scheduled for Monday Jan. 6 to be scattered over three days—Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Following are cases where concluded over [...]

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