ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL RESIGNS FOLLOWING ACCUSATION
The Naylor Assistant Principal who is facing a rape charge has resigned from his position at the school.
The Naylor Board of Education has accepted the resignation of 52 year old John Mullins, of Gatewood.
Mullins was arrested in October after a student told authorities that Mullins had sexually assaulted her.
Mullins has been charged with 1st degree rape, 1st degree sodomy, and two counts of sexual contact with a student.
ANNAPOLIS MAN FACING MULTIPLE CHARGES FOLLOWING ARREST
Authorities have arrested an Iron County man on multiple charges in Butler County.
Patrolman James Sample with the Poplar Bluff Police Department tells us more:
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Sample told KWOC News that the subject has been identified as 31 year old Nathaniel McCormick, of Annapolis.
PIEDMONT MAN ARRESTED ON ASSAULT WARRANT
A Piedmont man was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon on an assault warrant.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 28 year old Jeffrey Roux was arrested on a Carter County warrant for assault at around 4:30 pm in Wayne County.
Following his arrest, Roux was held at the Wayne County Jail.
POPLAR BLUFF MAN FACING ASSAULT CHARGE
A Poplar Bluff man is facing an assault charge in connection to an incident Monday morning.
According to the Poplar Bluff Police Department, a woman told officers that a vehicle driven by 28 year old Larrecus Thomas had struck her vehicle multiple times. The woman said Thomas had also banged on her window and attempted to get in her vehicle.
Thomas told police that he just wanted his cell phone back from the woman.
Thomas was arrested and lodged at the Butler County Justice Center on a charge of 2nd degree assault.
BLOOMFIELD MAN ARRESTED ON DRUG WARRANT
A Bloomfield man is facing a drug charge following his arrest in Stoddard County.
According to the Stoddard County Sheriff’s Department, 25 year old Zachary Mitchell was recently arrested on a warrant for possession of a controlled substance.
Mitchell’s bond was set at $15,000 cash.
MODOT TO TEST WINTER READINESS TODAY WITH STATEWIDE DRILL
The Missouri Department of Transportation will be conducting a statewide test today to test the department’s readiness for the upcoming winter season.
During the drill, MoDOT employees will react to a simulated forecast of significant snow for the entire state. The department’s emergency operations centers will activate and maintenance employees will be deployed to their trucks.
Motorists may notice increased numbers of MoDOT vehicles on state routes during the drill. In rural areas, crews will deploy after 8 a.m. In urban areas, the drill will not begin until after 9 am. The exercise should be completed by 3 pm.