A lawsuit has been filed to have the Franklin County Prosecutor removed from three cases where the suspects are charged in the death of a former probation officer and drug counselor.
A county man who volunteered at Union High School and was employed by the city of Union has been charged with sending pornography to a minor.
Washington police were not notified of a 2014 incident at Kids in Motion that led to one of three felony child molestation charges against a gymnastics coach.
A former gymnastics coach has been charged with three counts of felony child molestation for allegedly inappropriate touching of female gymnasts at Kids in Motion in Washington
A former gymnastics coach has been charged with three counts of child molestation for alleged inappropriate touching of female gymnasts at a local business.
Charges were filed Thursday, Jan. 25, against Justin Lee Sullenger, 33, Union, for allegedly making threatening remarks toward a judge while in custody of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
A Gray Summit area man has been charged in an alleged strong arm robbery for stealing $850 cash from three teens who attempted to purchase drugs from him.
Circuit Judge Craig Hellmann recused himself Monday from the case against three people accused in the death of Ken Allen Jr., a well-known drug counselor.
A woman is facing driving while intoxicated charges after her vehicle struck two parked cars and then rolled over on Stafford Street early Sunday morning.
A Marthasville man was arrested Saturday, Jan. 6, and charged with new felonies while hiding from authorities in Franklin County.
When Franklin County voters go to the polls in April, they will be asked to approve a half-cent sales tax for the benefit of law enforcement in Franklin County.
County sales tax money collected through Proposition P would be disbursed to police departments based on the number of commissioned officers they currently have and not the population of the communities they serve.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that there were seven fatalities during the New Year’s holiday counting period, including a Sullivan man who was killed Sunday, Dec. 31.