A state trooper is accused of receiving nude photos from a Franklin County teen through a phone app.
The parents of a Sullivan man killed in a head-on crash on Route H last fall is suing the teen who was driving the other vehicle and the Honda American Motor Co.
A Lonedell area man with a history of domestic assault charges is now accused of striking a woman with brass knuckles and then burning her with a lit cigarette.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is boasting the takedown of nearly 1,700 child predators during an operation that spanned the country.
A second person was charged for his role in the burglary of a Washington concession stand, and property damage at a park bathroom, authorities said.
A grandmother and granddaughter duo from Affton have been charged with breaking into the home of a family member and assaulting him and a woman.
A New Haven man accused of assaulting an ex-girlfriend and stealing her cellphone was arrested after he went to the Washington Police Station while in possession of marijuana.
Within hours of learning of a theft investigation involving a Washington police lieutenant, Police Chief Ed Menefee called him into to his office and accepted his resignation.
A former Washington police lieutenant pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to stealing funds from the group that oversees Explorer Scout training.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office arrested four suspects and seized three-quarters of a pound of crystal meth and a handgun from home outside St. Clair Tuesday.
Former New Haven police chief and mayoral candidate Dan Terry has been fined $100 by the Missouri Ethics Commission (MEC) for violating a disclosure statement during his run for mayor this spring.
A former coach and private school board member accused of molesting a student was sentenced to 15 days in county jail and probation in exchange for a guilty plea for a reduced charge.
To narrow down the suspects from a May 6 bomb threat at Washington High School, investigators again reviewed surveillance footage from school hallways.
A St. Clair man with a history of stalking and harassment charges is accused of waving a knife threatening to kill his wife last week, and was later found hiding in the victim’s home.
A jury trial is scheduled for a Washington woman accused of failing to report an alleged molestation at a gymnastics studio she owned.