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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Cedar County Prosecutor files appeal against judge in Brown murder case

Joshua Brown
Cedar County Prosecutor Ty Gaither has filed an appeal, challenging Judge Calvin Holden's decision to acquit Joshua Brown of second-degree murder and hindering the prosecution of a felony.

Mr. Brown is accused of the 2014 shooting death of Cedar County Sheriff's deputy Matt Chism after a traffic stop in Eldorado Springs, Missouri. 

The incident occurred in November of 2014 when Deputy Chism saw a pickup with its headlights off. When the driver wouldn't stop, a short vehicle pursuit ensued.

Deputy Chism was critically injured after gunshots were fired and he was taken to Cedar County Memorial Hospital where he later died from his injuries.


Mid America Live News will update when more information becomes available to us.

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Obituary - Sharon Thompson

Sharon Thompson
Sharon Thompson, age 65, passed away from cancer Wednesday, July 27th in her home in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Sharon was born July 13th, 1951 in St. Joseph, Missouri. She was a 1969 graduate of Braymer High School and attended college at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg.


She had a love of travel and a deep desire to see the world. Her travels included many parts of the United States, Europe, Canada and Mexico.


She enjoyed spending time with family, cross stitch, word puzzles, reading, and watching murder mysteries. Her favorites included Agatha Christie and Masterpiece Mysteries. 


Sharon was preceded in death by her parents Veneta Mae Graves and Gary Manford Wood, two sisters, Pam Wood and Marlene Shepardson, and a brother David Wood.

She is survived by her husband, Lee Thompson of Indianapolis, daughter Julie Howard and husband Michael of Fort Leonard Wood, son Shawn Hughson and wife Nickie of Braymer, son Michael Thompson of Indianapolis, stepson Gregory Thompson of Tampa, seven grandchildren, sisters- Brenda Sawyer of Webb City, Diane Drayer of Pleasant Hill, Sandy Archer of Springfield, and brothers- Gary Fisher of Rothville and Manny Wood of Joplin.

Columbia man arrested in Bates County


On 7/29/16 around 8:43pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County arrested 24 year old Shawn J. Houser of Columbia, Missouri.

Mr. Houser was arrested for 1.) Felony Possession of a controlled substance - Methamphetamine's 2.) Speeding.

He was booked into the Bates County jail and later bonded out.

 
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