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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Weather Update: Stormy Sunday?

While Sunday morning will likely be dry across eastern Kansas and Missouri the afternoon hours likely won’t be. Forecast is for a modest frontal boundary to settle south Sunday, which by the afternoon hours will set the stage for strong to severe thunderstorm development across the region. Hail and strong winds are the primary severe weather threats for Sunday, but recent torrential rains have left the region moist and primed for more flooding with any storms that occur. 

Otherwise, expect conditions to remain warm and humid for the beginning of the work week with the next chance for rain after Sunday looking to be in the mid to late work week periods.

Pleasant Hill man arrested on several charges

On 6/6/15 around 12:01 p.m. The Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County arrested 55 year old Kim L. Riggs of Pleasant Hill, Missouri.

Mr. Riggs was arrested for 1.) Felony possession of a controlled substance 2.) Felony possession of a controlled substance in a controlled facility 3.) No Seat belt 4.) 4 Pleasant Hill Municipal traffic warrants.

He was booked into the Cass County Jail and placed on a 24 hour hold. 


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Nevada Police Searching for subjects in Armed Robbery

Around 9:15 a.m. this morning a unknown male subject wearing a camouflage mask forced a employee in the back of a unknown business with a handgun in Nevada Missouri.

The suspect fled the area in a older red Ford Taurus with 2 other subjects in the vehicle. The car was last seen leaving East of Nevada on 54 Highway.

If you have any information on this please contact the Nevada Police Department (417) 448-2710.

Mid America Live will update this when and if more information from the Nevada Police

Department becomes available.


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Missouri State Highway Patrol Arrest Report: Nevada man arrested

On 6/6/15 around 12:06 a.m. The Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested 47 year old Timothy E. Whitworth of Nevada, Missouri.

Mr. Whitworth was arrested for 1.) Misdemeanor driving while intoxicated 2.) Misdemeanor resisting arrest by flight 3.)Speeding 4.) Failure to drive on the right half of the roadway.


He was booked into the Vernon County Jail and is listed as bond able.


A passenger in the vehicle 25 year old Wyatt T. Whitworth was also arrested for 1.) Misdemeanor Interfering in a arrest.


He was booked into the Vernon County Jail and is listed as bond able.


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Courtesy of The Missouri State Highway Patrol