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Laurie Municipal Court News

The Laurie Municipal Court heard the following cases from May 25-June 22, 2020: Reilli Jordan Buckner, Dec. 13, 2019, expired driver’s license, $35.50 costs, $50 fine. Casey Denton Carter, Feb. 2, operate vehicle on highway without valid or no license, $35.50 costs, $150 fine. Cierra Amber Darlene Cotten, Feb. 14, peace disturbance, $35.50 costs, $200

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Prosecuting Attorney’s Report

Dustin G. Dunklee, Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney, announces that in Morgan County Circuit Court action in June of 2020, eight offenders were sentenced to terms of imprisonment in the Department of Corrections (DOC). The eight are: 1. Ricky A. Blake – Sentenced to 10 years in DOC for the class D felony of possession of

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Missouri governor Mike Parson extends the Missouri Broadband Grant Program

Missouri governor Mike Parson, center, conducted a ceremonial bill signing Thursday, July 2 for House Bill 1768 and House Bill 2120 at Co-Mo Connect in Tipton. HB 1768 extends the Missouri Broadband Grant Program through 2027. “Now more than ever, access to high-speed broadband is critical to Missouri’s infrastructure,” Parson said. In 2019, $5 million

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Associate Circuit Court

Dawn Ann Porter, April 4, exceeded posted speed limit by 20-25 miles per hour (mph), $76.50 costs, $155.50 fine. Richard D. Shuman, May 24, fishing without a permit, Missouri resident, $97.50 cost, $49.50 fine, $25 County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund (C.L.E.R.F.).    

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Associate Circuit Court

Joseph Daniel Bennett, May 2, exceeded posted speed limit by 16-19 miles per hour (mph), $76.50 costs, $100.50 fine. James Harvil Boyer II, March 13, Caused or knowingly permitted child or ward under age 16 to drive a motor vehicle, $122.50 costs, $25 County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund (C.L.E.R.F.), $52.50 fine. Jacob Campbell, May 23,

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Prosecuting Attorney’s Report 06-18-2020

Dustin G. Dunklee, Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney, announces that in Morgan County Circuit Court action in May of 2020 six offenders were sentenced to terms of imprisonment in the Department of Corrections (DOC). The six are: 1. Brandon Smith – Sentenced to five years in DOC for the class C felony of distribution of a

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