Charges have been filed in the armed robbery case at O’Reilly Auto Parts. 18-year-old Noah Rhodes is accused of first degree felony robbery and armed criminal action. Rhodes’ bond has been set at $100,000. The robbery happened at the North Kingshighway location before 10 last Thursday night. Rhodes allegedly threatened the […]
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A woman died after being hit by a vehicle last Thursday in Sikeston. That evening near 7:40, a 68-year-old was struck by a car at South Main Street and Greer Street. She was hospitalized, but died after 8 o’clock. The crash is being investigated and the woman’s name hadn’t been released as […]
A lawsuit’s being pursued against the Scott County sheriff’s department and other entities for alleged discrimination and sexual harassment. The Southeast Missourian reports sheriff’s deputy Tina Kolwyck is making the suit against the office, the county government, and sheriff Wes Drury. Kolwyck is claiming that Drury violated her rights by removing her from her role […]
The son of Lambert’s Café’s founder is charged with sex trafficking, sexual exploitation of a minor, possession of child porn, and promoting prostitution. He’s been indicted. Benjamin Lambert was arrested by New Madrid Police and is accused of trafficking a child under the age of 18. His bond is set at $100,000.
An investigation is underway as after someone tried to abduct a female juvenile in Mayfield, Kentucky. It’s believed that a white man with black hair and a goatee tried to pickup up the girl near 10:30 last night. He’s described as in his mid 30’s, driving a white Kia Soul. The target […]
Southeast Missouri State University’s president has been the subject of some controversy. Dr. Carlos Vargas released a statement apologizing for drinking from a beer bong when offered it at a tailgating event at the SEMO and SIU football game. Vargas said he wasn’t proud of the image the incident shows and says it isn’t flattering. […]
An opioid treatment center will be opening in Cape Girardeau this October. Restart Recovery will open its doors the 3rd of next month. Those in need of treatment can be referred by a professional or they can submit themselves. They can be reached at 573-298-4772.