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March 2014 Archives

Band teacher accused of sex offenses for touching student

An assistant teacher at a Missouri school is facing serious allegations after reportedly engaging in inappropriate conduct with an 11-year-old student. The band teacher, 53, is accused of sex offenses including second-degree child molestation and third-degree assault, according to news reports. The man taught at the private St. Thomas More School, a Kansas City institution.

House-sitter facing felony charges after cooking meth in home

A 34-year-old Missouri woman is facing serious legal consequences after allegedly allowing her friends to cook drugs in a home that belongs to her neighbors. News reports indicate that the woman was pet-sitting and house-sitting for her neighbors, who had left on a vacation. Police officers say that the woman's friends left behind an enormous environmental mess that could cost more than $37,000 to remedy. The woman is accused of a felony offense in connection with the methamphetamine production incident.

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